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Tydavnet Show 2019 was another great success despite the elements trying to dampen the spirit and convince people to stay at home. All ages turned out as exhibitors, as spectators, as competitors, as judges or as workers. Well done to all involved. The heritage of our country life and traditions will be passed on and modern technology will be integrated to develop more efficient methods of farmwork and the advances can be seen from year to year but the old will not be forgotten. I visited the show in the early part of the day but other commitments called me away befoe much of th activity began but I heard how things went from others who were very complimentary of all that was on show.
Above is Clayton Coulter with his fine specimen of animals. I saw how he and all the other exhibitors treated teir animals with respect and how the prepared them for showing. I saw young people handling the cattle with ease and pride which gives great hope for the future. On left we met Diane, Jessica, and Emma Coulter with Kenny Boyd and Denis O’Neill. David Boyd was taking a rest in the picture and the lady beside him is Courtney Buchanan all the way from Australia. Her family have a farm and she works on the farm and is in Ireland to see how we do the work. She was in the right company to hear the answers and see it happen. Her farm is somewhat larger than we might have here and they have about 600 dairy cows on the farm.
This doggy was fed and lapped it up with speed. I ate mine at a more leisurely pace and enjoyed very bite of it.
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Tydavnet Show 2019 was another great success despite the elements trying to dampen the spirit and convince people to stay at home. All ages turned out as exhibitors, as spectators, as competitors, as judges or as workers. Well done to all involved. The heritage of our country life and traditions will be passed on and modern technology will be integrated to develop more efficient methods of farmwork and the advances can be seen from year to year but the old will not be forgotten. I visited the show in the early part of the day but other commitments called me away befoe much of th activity began but I heard how things went from others who were very complimentary of all that was on show.
Above is Clayton Coulter with his fine specimen of animals. I saw how he and all the other exhibitors treated teir animals with respect and how the prepared them for showing. I saw young people handling the cattle with ease and pride which gives great hope for the future. On left we met Diane, Jessica, and Emma Coulter with Kenny Boyd and Denis O’Neill. David Boyd was taking a rest in the picture and the lady beside him is Courtney Buchanan all the way from Australia. Her family have a farm and she works on the farm and is in Ireland to see how we do the work. She was in the right company to hear the answers and see it happen. Her farm is somewhat larger than we might have here and they have about 600 dairy cows on the farm.
This doggy was fed and lapped it up with speed. I ate mine at a more leisurely pace and enjoyed very bite of it.