LiveScot event celebrates beef and lamb livestock excellence

LiveScot event celebrates beef and lamb livestock excellence

LiveScot, the annual livestock event held by the Scottish National Fatstock Club, took place in Lanark and was supported by Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) and John Scott Meats.

Jason Ward, general manager at John Scott Meat.

It showcased the Royal Smithfield Club Beef Ribs and Saddle of Lamb competitions, with entries judged by Dan Gilmour from Gilmour Butchers.

Gordon Newlands, QMS brands development manager, said: “The LiveScot show continues to be a platform for excellence in the beef and lamb sectors, and this year was no exception. The high calibre of entries and the dedication of participants highlights the commitment to quality within the industry.

“We were delighted to have the opportunity to show our support to the Scottish National Fatstock Club and John Scott Meat, who are highly valued members of our industry.”

Jason Ward, the general manager at John Scott Meat, said: “We attend LiveScot every year to buy livestock, but this year we were delighted to put on the Beef Rib and Lamb Saddle competition. It was a fantastic opportunity for knowledge exchange along the supply chain, with many farmers eager to ensure they deliver what we and our customers need.

“The quality of the competition was extremely impressive, a perfect showcase for the quality beef and lamb Scottish farmers are producing.”

In a competition featuring robust classes of Native & Continental Ribs, the title of Champion went to an Angus from Matthew Currie of Skewbridge, Mouswald, Dumfries. The Reserve championship was also an Angus from Tom King.

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