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CATTLE ENTRIES                                                  Woolsery Holding No.10/022/8000 

PRIZE MONEY 1st  £20   2nd  £15   3rd  £10  Entries £5


To comply with the conditions of the Defra licence all relevant animals will be examined by a Veterinary Surgeon upon entry to the Showground. ANIMALS ENTERING THE SHOWGOUND MUST PRESENT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS AT THE VETERINARY INSPECTION POINT:   BCMS Passport. Applies to all cattle, including calves, for show or exhibition. The Show will record all movements onto and off the Showground.


In the interests of other exhibitors and the general public, aisles must be kept clear at all times. The Cattle lines will be closed to the general public whilst animals are being moved for judging. Handlers must be in good health and properly trained in safe work methods (HSE Agricultural Information Sheet, Handling and Housing Cattle 35, Rev 1 (2012), available at


All cattle must be properly secured to the satisfaction of the Officers of the Society on being brought to the gate of the Showground, or they will not be admitted. All Bulls must have a ring or clamp attached to the nose and, in the aged class, must be provided with a strong chain.

Bulls must be double tied in the lines. Exhibitors of bulls must also comply with Guidance Note GS36 issued by the Health and Safety Executive concerning the Safe custody and handling of bulls at agricultural shows, markets and similar premises off the farm. 1985, HMSO. London. All other cattle must be halter-led whilst in the Showground. Stock attendants are responsible for their own Cattle at all times.


The J. A. Turner Cup will be awarded to the Best Animal in the Beef Classes.

Trophy will be presented to the Best Interbreed Pair

Please note that you will have to confirm that you have read the livestock entries terms and conditions, before your final entries are accepted. READ TERMS & CONDITIONS



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