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226: Pedigree or non-pedigree calf, to be led by exhibitor aged 8 - 12 Years Old.

CATTLE ➤ BEEF CLASSES - SAT 29th June ➤ BEEF YOUNG STOCKPERSON Sun, 19th May, 2024

 Show Cup presented 

The Irish Shows Association Present
THE ALL IRELAND JUNIOR YOUNG
STOCKPERSON CHAMPIONSHIP 2022
8-12 YEARS OLD

 

Sponsored by: FBD Insurance &
Irish Farmers Journal

RULES AND CONDITIONS

1. The Competition is open to girls and boys, age on the 1st September will determine the class each exhibitor enters.
2. One exhibitor qualifies from each qualifying show for the Final.
3. Animals can be of any Beef breed, male, or female (pedigree or non-pedigree beef) and must be leading.
4. An exhibitor can show an animal belonging to another herd owner.
5. Junior exhibitors will exhibit an animal male or female calf born between 1st December 2021 and 30th April 2022.
6. Calf identity cards to be available for inspection on show day.
7. Exhibitors may be asked for proof of their age at the final.
8. An adult may aid an exhibitor in the junior class if deemed necessary.

THE COMPETITION WILL BE JUDGED ON CRITERIA, WHICH MAY INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
1.
The ability to handle and present the animal to its best advantage in the Show Ring.
2. General knowledge about the animal itself, including its feeding, breeding, etc.
3. Stock Judging, the ability to judge and place a group of animals.
4. Personal presentation of stock person.
5. Presentation of the animal.

Entry Fee: To Qualifying Show: €10 To Final: €15

PRIZE FUND
1st: €500, 2nd: €300, 3rd: €150, 4th: €100, 5th: €75, 6th to the end of line €50

FINAL: TRIM SHOW Sunday 4th September 2022

CATTLE - Opening Notes

CATTLE SECTION

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

 

Cattle   Charleville Agricultural Show Herd No. S974

Note for Information Regarding Movement of Bovine to Shows
The Department of Agriculture implemented a number of changes on 4th February 2019 which changed the procedures and criteria applicable when applying for a Certificate of Compliance for the movement of cattle. These also impact on the certificate which is required when moving bovine to a Show.
The following sets out the criteria applicable:

The movement of cattle to and from an Agriculture Show within the State must be recorded on the Animal Identification and Movement System (AIM).

In line with these changes a specific certificate of Compliance for the “Movement of Bovine from a Single Holding to a Show” must now be requested prior to the movement of animals concerned.

These certificates can be created by (i) applying online using their agfood account or (ii) where the keeper is not on line the certificate can be generated by the local Regional Veterinary Office following receipt of a NBAS31K with issue of the certificate being subject to normal criteria applicable. This form will be available on the Departments Website and will also be included with the Show Circular when issued.

When applying for this certificate the destination herd / or Show number is not required. The certificate generated will include an “S” symbol.

The Certificate of Compliance for a Show will continue to be valid for a period of up to 30 days. As is currently the case these can be used for the movement of animals to a number of shows during the validity period of the certificate.

Please also note—Calves which are less than 10 days cannot be moved to a Show.

As is currently the case the Movement Notification Section of the Certificate should be Completed by the Keeper and the Show Secretary who must clearly indicate the Show Number. The Show movement should be recorded on the passport. Ultimate responsibility for fulfilling these requirements lies with the Show Secretary. If the animals move to a herd other than the source herd, the new destination herd must complete and sign the certificate also.

Completed forms should be sent by the Show Secretary to the local RVO within 7 days of the Show.

Animal Identification and Movement (AIM) Division
Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine


Certificate of Compliance Requirements
On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary.
The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement.
Notification section of the Certificate which will then Must be sent to the local RVO for recording onto the AIM system.

Irish Shows Association Notice
Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine
Certificate of Compliance Requirements
On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary.
The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement.
Notification section of the Certificate which will then Must be sent to the local RVO for recording onto the AIM system.

 

 

**** Irish Shows Association Notice ****

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Certificate of Compliance Requirements

 

On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary.

The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement. Notification section of the Certificate which will then Must be sent to the local RVO for recording onto the AIM system.
 

Important Notice

The Charleville Agricultural Show Committee, acting by itself or through its Agents/Officers, reserves the right to reject or cancel any entry or entries made by or on behalf of any person, corporate or other entity and may direct the removal of any animal or other exhibit from the showing ring or display area and/or from the Showgrounds, if the Committee and/or its Agents/Officers shall deem it fit to do so, without offering any explanation or reason for so doing and without incurring any liability whatsoever to any such Applicant/Exhibitor or his/her/its Agent.

 

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

It is vitally important that all Show Secretaries comply with the rule & make sure to send back the Certificate of Compliance to your Local RVO Office within Seven Days of your Show taking place as failure to do so is causing untold problems to exhibitors.

After submissions from affiliated Shows on Judging of Calves & the need judged them by weight rather than by age at Shows

The Irish Shows Association Cattle Sub Committee have put forward the following recommendation on use of live weight for calf classes e.g. Calves under 12 months not to exceed 460 kg (Autumn born calves and Calves under 6 months) it recommends that the weight should not exceed 320kg)

Another suggestion is to use no more than 1.7kg live weight gain per day from the birth date to the show date.

This proposal would also be suitable for interbreed pedigree calf Championships.

 

Show Herd No. S974
 

BEEF CLASSES - SAT 29th June - Opening Notes

Beef Classes are kindly sponsored by Kerry Agri Charleville; Dawn Meats, Ballyhea; FBD Insurance, Mallow; Golden Vale Marts, Kilmallock; Southern Milling and Paul & Vincent, Kilmallock; Mallow Credit Union, Charleville Branch; ICMSA; AIB Bank, Charleville; Roches Feeds, Limerick; Byrnes and Dillon Oil, Charleville;  Bank of Ireland, Charleville.

All Rings start at 10.00am

CATTLE SECTION 

BEEF CLASSES SHOW HERD NUMBER S974
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION BEFORE ENTRY TO SHOWGROUNDS.

Judge: 

*** Irish Shows Association Notice ****
Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine
Certificate of Compliance Requirements

On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary.

The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement. Notification section of the Certificate which will then Must be sent to the local RVO for recording onto the AIM system.

Important Notice

The Charleville Agricultural Show Committee, acting by itself or through its Agents/Officers, reserves the right to reject or cancel any entry or entries made by or on behalf of any person, corporate or other entity and may direct the removal of any animal or other exhibit from the showing ring or display area and/or from the Showgrounds, if the Committee and/or its Agents/Officers shall deem it fit to do so, without offering any explanation or reason for so doing and without incurring any liability whatsoever to any such Applicant/Exhibitor or his/her/its Agent.

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

It is vitally important that all Show Secretaries comply with the rule & make sure to send back the Certificate of Compliance to your Local RVO Office within Seven Days of your Show taking place as failure to do so is causing untold problems to exhibitors.

After submissions from affiliated Shows on Judging of Calves & the need judged them by weight rather than by age at Shows

The Irish Shows Association Cattle Sub Committee have put forward the following recommendation on use of live weight for calf classes e.g. Calves under 12 months not to exceed 460 kg (Autumn born calves and Calves under 6 months) it recommends that the weight should not exceed 320kg)

Another suggestion is to use no more than 1.7kg live weight gain per day from the birth date to the show date.

This proposal would also be suitable for interbreed pedigree calf Championships.

Show Herd No. S974

CORK COUNTY BEEF BULL CHAMPIONSHIP 2023
Organised by Carbery Show Society CLG, Skibbereen.

The Championship is for Beef Bulls (i.e. Charolais, Limousin, Blonde D’Aquitane, Simmental, Hereford, Angus, Belgian Blue and other Beef Breeds) over 1 year old on May 1st 2023.

The first prizewinner in each beef bull competition qualifies at each show to go forward to the final at Carbery Show on Thursday 20th July, 2023

PRIZEMONEY IS AS FOLLOWS: 1st - €400, 2nd - €200, 3rd - €100, 4th  -  €65, 5th -  €40. €30 to all other finalists.
ENTRY FEE €15

The Society wishes to thank the Sponsors for making this Championship possible.

BEEF YOUNG STOCKPERSON - Opening Notes

Judge

Entry Fee:  
€10.00
Prizes:   1st - €100.00 , 2nd - €75.00 , 3rd - €50.00

 

Entry Fee €15.00 for all Beef Classes EXCEPT CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES.

Prizes: 1st €100, 2nd €75, 3rd €50 for all beef classes EXCEPT CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES.

Prizes will be posted out after the show.

Class is currently closed for entry.