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  • Thursday 1 September 2016

    Please note - Judge amendment for Medway Towns on 18th September.

    Mr S Germany Lop/ND

    Mr R Lightfoot - Fur/Rex

    Mr J Kay - ROFancy

  • Tuesday 16 August 2016

    The USK Show on 10th September has unfortunately been cancelled.  The show will go ahead as normal next year.


  • Tuesday 16 August 2016

    The National Cashmere Lop Club Committee have decided to cancel their show at West Midlands Championship Show to be held on the 28th August.

  • Tuesday 16 August 2016
    Change of Judge - Mr P Gray will now judge Fur & Rex at East Yorkshire on 11th September.
  • Tuesday 26 July 2016

    Scottish Tan RC will hold a two star stock show with Dunfermline & Dist on 10th September.  Advert to go in the September issue.


  • Tuesday 26 July 2016
    Change to advertised judge, Mr D Sutton will now judge Fur & Rex in place of Mrs D Brass-Brown at Stokesley Agricultural Show on 17th September.
  • Monday 4 July 2016

    Yorkshire Lop Circle at  Emley on 6th August 2016 have a Change of Judge. Claire Cormack will now Judge the Adult Support Stock Show.

  • Wednesday 22 June 2016

    The National Ermine Rex RC show due to be held at Derbyshire on 26 June has now been transferred to 31 July 2016 at Heckington, advert otherwise the same (Derbyshire Ag show has been cancelled due to venue being waterlogged).

  • Tuesday 7 June 2016

    The Tonbridge Show on 3rd July is now back on, see advert in the June issue.


  • Tuesday 7 June 2016
    Unfortunately the Honley Show on 11th June has had to be cancelled due to VHD outbreak in the area.

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Cashmere Lop

Originally appearing in litters of Dwarf Lops when its luxuriously soft coat resembled the fur of the Cashmere goat, enthusiasts persevered to standardise the new breed and in the mid 1980's the BRC recognised the Cashmere. A popular exhibition animal produced in many colours (this is the Sealpoint), the Cashmere requires expert housing and daily grooming and handling so seek advice from breeders before considering taking up this breed. Weight 4 - 5.4 lbs (2.15 - 2.381 kgs).

National Cashmere Lop Club: Mr S Whincup-Grindey 01283 211180

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