The sun shone for Cornwall Young Farmers on Saturday 26th May at Penvercoe Farm, Bodmin, as the summer season of competitions began. Members of Launceston Young Farmers performed extremely well, resulting in them achieving second place overall. The cookery team of
Jess and Aaron produced a delicious four course meal to take third place. A cubicle
exhibit, with an Olympic theme, involved items of cookery, a collage and
decorated cake, gained first place in a very high standard of competition.
Becky Vine performed extremely well to the win the Junior Stockjudging competition; she will now go onto the Southern competition round at the end of June to represent
Claire Butter, Tamsyn Bartlett and Tom Merritt took part in the Senior
Stockjudging and Carcase Judging competitions, with Claire gaining first place
in both the lamb and beef carcase judging.
The evening finished with Tug Of War where Launceston’s team came third- a brilliant achievement as this is the first time the team have pulled in a competition.
Well done to everyone who participated throughout the day!