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Shane Murphy
Shane Murphy

Pedigree

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Tullamore Show is done and dusted for another year. Shane Murphy looks at some of the highlights from the cattle rings of the 2017 show.
By Shane Murphy on 17 August 2017
Meelickaduff Honda, who was last year’s RDS champion, continued her fine run by securing the overall Limousin National title at Tullamore Show.
By Shane Murphy on 17 August 2017
Tullamore Show, a new setting for this year’s Charolais National, proved very lucky for Sligo-based Brendan and Niall Canning
By Shane Murphy on 17 August 2017
We have photographs and a breakdown of the best cattle in each breed at this year’s Tullamore and AIB National Livestock Show.
By Shane Murphy on 17 August 2017
Last week saw the Belclare Sheep Society hold its annual premier sale at Kilkenny Mart, Cillin Hill.
By Shane Murphy on 17 August 2017
Tullamore Show was the new venue for the Irish Salers Cattle Society’s national calf championships, writes Shane Murphy.
By Shane Murphy on 17 August 2017
Strong demand at pedigree sheep sales continued at the Texel premier show and sale in Blessington over the weekend.
By Shane Murphy on 16 August 2017
The full cattle results from this year’s AIB National Livestock Show which was held at the Tullamore Show.
By Shane Murphy on 15 August 2017
To top any pedigree sale is a success, but to do it on your first day out is even better.
By Shane Murphy on 10 August 2017
Bonniconlon has a reputation of drawing exhibitors from all parts of the country and with a prize fund of €65,000 it’s no surprise, writes Tricia Kennedy
By Shane Murphy on 10 August 2017
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