Rules for Showing Charollais Sheep
We will be pleased to help Show Societies with the selection of a judge for the Charollais Classes at their event
Please contact Carroll Barber at the Society Office. Email : email@example.com
The Society organises Judges Training and Assessment sessions for all new panel judges. At these days we train potential judges on matters of judging etiquette and also breed standard. We also run a programme of workshops for existing judges. This is to ensure that our judges are up to the mark. At these we stress the importance of maintaining a close link to the commercial attributes of our breed. We appreciate the importance of show classes to promote our breed to the farming and a wider audience. However, show sheep must show all the attributes that make Charollais a top terminal sire.
Sheep must be shorn bare on or after 1st December.
All sheep must be identified as specified by the Society and current UK legislation and registered with the Society.
All sheep should be shown on a halter unless directed by a judge or ring steward.
The exhibition of sheep with black spots is discouraged.
The exhibition of sheep with shaved heads is strongly discouraged and judges are encouraged to discriminate against animals presented in this manner.
(Please also refer to Breed Standard, we stress the importance of maintaining a close link to the commercial attributes of our breed).
Charollais Panel Judges 2020
The JUDGES COMMITTEE is appointed by Council to run these days and help all our panel judges with this important task.
Chairman – Mr Robert Gregory