Promoting Balwen Welsh Mountain Sheep since 1985.
- Balwen Welsh Mountain Sheep originate from one small area of Wales - the Tywi vally. Because of this, during the disastrous winter of 1947, the breed was nearly wiped out. The breed was at its lowest ebb, with only one ram surviving.
During the 1950's and 60's a steady increase took place, and in the 1970's people outside the valley began to take an interest in the breed. The Balwen Welsh Mountain Breed Society was formed in 1985.
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ROYAL WELSH SHOW JULY 18th – 21st 2016
It’s approaching fast!!! 117 entries (br /) Our judge this year is Mr Brian Price (Flock 183) and judging will be on Monday. May I remind you that all sheep, (except lambs), presented at shows and sales after 30th June have to have been shorn in that current year.
Date released for Show and Sale for 2016 – Monday September 19th.
Please try to support this sale if you can, purchasers come from all over the country! Judge: Mrs Nikki Owen, (Flock 21), Junior Judge: Miss Gina Davies, (Flock 289)
Thanks to judge, Mrs Elizabeth Eagles and all competitors. Congratulations to Gwynneth Evans and Family and to Deio and Margaret Hughes who were champion and reserve respectively.
Inspection Dates for 2016
Sunday 26th June – Builth Wells Market start 10am CPH52/002/8000
This inspection is for Royal Welsh Show sheep and ‘Show and Sale’ entries. Further inspection dates are on the Upcoming Events page
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