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RBSTNI Annual Show and Sale is on 17th August 2019

Rory Best signed rugby shirt competition results - the winner of the rugby top was Steven Houston from Glarryford, the winner of the Grassmen goody bag was Carlin Mooney from Castlewellan, the winner of the JCB goody bag was Courtney Potts from Portadown and the winner of the Downtown Country Radio goody bag was Jacci Payne from Limavady. Well done folks. And huge thanks to everyone who took part in the competition and helped us to raise money to support Rare Breeds.

The Annual Show and Sale at Gosford is organised by the Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST) Northern Ireland Support Group and is the only event of its kind in Northern Ireland. Entries for show and sale will include sheep, cattle, and poultry while pigs and equines will be presented for show only.

The RBST Northern Ireland Support Group welcomes everyone with an interest in our native livestock breeds to our Show and Sale, whether it be pigs, poultry, cattle, sheep or equines. It is also an interesting and enjoyable family day out. The Rare Breed Survival Trust is the UK’s only charity dedicated to ensuring the diversity of our native livestock breeds so that future generations can continue to benefit from working with these wonderful animals.

For any enquiries please visit the RBSTNI website at www.rbstni.co.uk or the Facebook page at Rare Breeds Survival Trust NI, or contact the RBSTNI Secretary, Kate Madden on 07712090040.

Border leicester sheep

Meet Northern Ireland's First Bagot Goat Herd

Tannaghmore Rare Breed Animal Farm near Lurgan was officially designated as Northern Ireland’s first RBST Approved Farm Park on the 15th December 2017 and has recently established Northern Ireland’s first rare breed Bagot goat herd. The Bagot is one of only two native goat breeds and the breed is listed in the vulnerable category on the RBST Watchlist with only 200 to 300 registered breeding females remaining. Tannaghmore park is open to members of the public to visit free of charge.

The Rare Breed Survival Trust is the UK's only charity dedicated to conserving native livestock genetics. You can play your part by going to https://www.rbst.org.uk/ and becoming a member. If you want to find out more get in touch with the committee and learn more about these wonderful breeds.

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tel Secretary Kate Madden on 07712 090040

or email ballyvaddy@hotmail.co.uk

address: 46 Ballyvaddy Road, Glencloy, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT44 0LG.

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