Pedigree bulls peaked at 9,500gn at the annual multi-breed show and sale held alongside the Royal Northern Spring Show at Thainstone yesterday.
Royal Northern Spring Show
A group of 13 employees, with a combined total of 482 years’ service in the agricultural sector, was presented with long-service awards at yesterday’s Spring Show.
The Royal Northern Spring Show welcomed 6,000 visitors to a sunny Thainstone Centre, near Inverurie, yesterday.
A good catalogue entry of horses and ponies for this year’s Royal Northern Spring Show was decimated thanks to the weather.
The Royal Northern Agricultural Society’s Spring Show is a happy hunting ground for the father and son partnership of John and Craig Robertson, Newton of Logierait, Ballinluig.
Snow failed to deter farmers from attending the Royal Northern Spring Show at Thainstone, Inverurie, yesterday.
Incessant snow showers and an amber weather warning failed to deter farmers from attending the Royal Northern Spring Show at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday.
A new partnership to tackle rural crime and improve the safety of communities across the north east will be launched today.
A fully restored Massey Ferguson 135 tractor will be auctioned off later this month to raise funds for rural charity RSABI.
The supreme champion from a large horse and pony section at the Spring Show at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, was the well known Highland Pony stallion, Glenbanchor Gillebrighde, whose owner, John Reid, of Rothienorman, was delighted to accept his award from visiting patron of the show Princess Anne.
Retired Angus farmer, 85-year-old David Black, showed the younger generation how it's done, when he carried off both the lamb championship and reserve in the carcase competition held in conjunction with this week's Royal Northern Spring Show.
The champion pair of prime hoggs came from the medium-weight section and were exhibited by David Black, of Minard, Kirriemuir, who showed the reserve pen last year.
Charolais bulls led the charge at the Royal Northern Spring Show at Thainstone Centre, Inverurie, yesterday.
Well-known commercial cattle breeders John and Craig Robertson set a new Royal Northern Spring Show price record yesterday.
Hundreds of schoolchildren from across the north and north-east will get the chance to learn more about farming at next week's Royal Northern Spring Show.
Overall champion in horses and ponies at the Royal Northern Spring Show, held at a chilly Thainstone Mart, was the Shetland standard champion from H.P. Sleigh and Son, St John's Wells, Fyvie, with the stallion Wells McCoy.
A Limousin cross heifer from Colin Tough, Barnyards of Delgaty, Turriff, topped an outstanding display at the carcase show at Scotbeef Inverurie's meat plant following this week's Royal Northern Spring Show.
Charolais bulls led the charge at the Royal Northern Spring Show at Thainstone yesterday.
A British Blue cross heifer from Mintlaw farmer Harry Emslie took home the supreme title and top price at yesterday’s Royal Northern Spring Show.
A Limousin cross heifer from Ballindalloch farmer Colin Stuart took home the supreme title at yesterday’s Royal Northern Spring Show.
A packed ringside of buyers saw yesterday’s show and sale of pedigree bulls top at 9,200gn.
All roads will lead to the Thainstone Centre at Inverurie on Wednesday for the Royal Northern Spring Show, which traditionally heralds the onset of spring in the north-east farming community.
Hundreds of youngsters from across the north and north-east hope to learn more about food and farming at next week's Royal Northern Agricultural Society Spring Show.