Edenbridge & Oxted Agricultural Show

Cattle

The Show is very proud of this section and has one of the largest number of cattle entries not only in the South East but across the country.

Sunday is the Beef cattle and Calf show judging day. The public can watch as the huge commercial cattle are judged, followed by our younger competitors in the Calf Show.

Monday sees the turn of the Dairy Cattle to be judged, and the day culminates with the Grand Cattle Parade in the main ring in the afternoon, and the crowning of the champion cow at the show. The public can come and see these magnificent animals being prepared and preened for the showing ring throughout the two days.

Investment has been made by the Show in recent years in the public viewing, cattle washing and milking areas, in producing free breed booklets for the public and in creating a milking demonstration area where visitors can have a go at “milking”.  These investments are all in recognition of the importance the Show places on the Livestock area, the heart and soul of the Show. 

Calves that have been exhibited at the Edenbridge and Oxted Agricultural Show in Classes 60 - 90 and subsequently go forward to the National Calf Show are eligible for a transport subsidy sponsored by the Show and former Show President, Sir William Castell.


 SCHEDULE AND ENTRY FORM AVAILABLE HERE FOR INFORMATION ONLY - 2017 NOT YET AVAILABLE

Livestock Schedule 2016  Cattle Classes Entry Form 2016 


 

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Over last summer the Show took part in a new BBC series "The Farmers' Country Showdown". We feature particularly in the first episode on Monday 13th Feb and the one on Thursday 16th.