The Champion Charolais at the Royal Ulster Premier Beef and Lamb Championships in November was Nougat owned by Rodgers Livestock from Dromara.

The award was handed over to Geoffrey Rodgers from Rodgers Livestock at the show in Balmoral Park.

Nougat the Charolais Champion at the RUAS Ulster Beef and Lamb Championships.
Nougat the Charolais Champion at the RUAS Ulster Beef and Lamb Championships. Photograph: Alfie Shaw

Nougat was half brother to “Jaffacake “ sold at Allams in 2016

The Champion Charolais at the Royal Ulster Beef & Lamb Championships was won by Rodgers Livestock from Dromara. The award was handed over to Geoffrey Rodgers by Jenny McNeill, RUAS, Simon Tolerton, Bank of Ireland Agri Business Manager and David Connolly, Chairman of British Charolais Breed Society.
The Champion Charolais at the Royal Ulster Beef & Lamb Championships was won by Rodgers Livestock from Dromara. The award was handed over to Geoffrey Rodgers by Jenny McNeill, RUAS, Simon Tolerton, Bank of Ireland Agri Business Manager and David Connolly, Chairman of British Charolais Breed Society.
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