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WWS Photo competition

Here are the results that were release at the 2018 Jersey Conference:

World Wide Sires is proud to be associated with Jersey New Zealand by sponsoring this photographic competition.

WWS Jersey Photo Competition

The competition has been established for two main reasons:

  • Jersey New Zealand is establishing a library of good photographs of New Zealand Jerseys to be used nationally but more importantly as a resource for showcasing New Zealand Jerseys to the many enquiries it receives from throughout the world. Jersey New Zealand would especially like to encourage members to take good photographs of daughters of widely used AB bulls, as these are the photographs most sought by overseas interests. Photographs of other sires’ progeny are also eligible.
  • To give members the opportunity to promote their own animals by taking part in the competition and to create a valuable resource to promote and advertise their studs.

The photo competition has five main categories as follows: 

Class A:        Haltered 2 & 3 year inmilk 

Class B:        Haltered 4 year and older inmilk 

Class C1:      2 & 3 year unhaltered

Cow should be presented clean and groomed; photo should be taken while cow is stationary. Any cows entered in the haltered classes cannot be entered in the unhaltered class.

Class C2:      4 year & older inmilk unhaltered

Cow should be presented clean and groomed; photo should be taken while cow is stationary. Any cows entered in the haltered classes cannot be entered in the unhaltered class.

Class D:        Jersey Scene

May be herd shots, stall or farm dairy shots, groups of daughters of one bull or any other photograph promoting Jerseys working in New Zealand’s clean, green pastoral setting. Cows entered in the inmilk classes can be part of the Jersey Scene class.

Class E1:      Junior member class

Informal photograph – photos should capture the appealing interaction between the junior member and the animal.

Class E2:      Calf/yearling class

Formal photograph – calf/yearling should be well presented and taken while animal is stationary.

Entries have now closed and we are moving on to judging our finalists. Have your say and vote online, just follow the link below to have your say.

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