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The Cheviot Hills, from which this breed of sheep gets its name, form the border line between England and Scotland. The Cheviot Sheep Society was formed in 1890 and is one of the oldest sheep societies in existence.

Shows & Events


The Cheviot Sheep Society won the Best Breed Society stand at Scotsheep 2008
The Cheviot Sheep Society won the Best Breed Society stand at Scotsheep 2008
l/r; David Anderson, Mark Little, Walter Douglas, Isobel McVittie, Ogg Jackson

STOCKJUDGING

Granton Farm, Moffat - Sunday 7th June 2015 - results

Skipperscleuch, Murtholm Farm - Sunday 1st June 2014 - results

Priesthaugh Farm, Teviothead - Sunday 2nd June 2013 - results

Gilmanscleuch Farm, Ettrick - Sunday 3rd June 2012 - results


NSA SHEEP 2014 - photos

SCOTSHEEP 2014 - report


ROYAL HIGHLAND SHOW

2014 results 2013 results 2012 results
2011 results 2010 results 2009 photos
2008 results 2007 results 2006 results

ANNUAL SHOW & SALE OF PRIME CHEVIOT HOGGS

CARLISLE - 7th March 2016 - report

ST BOSWELLS - 9th March 2015 - report

LONGTOWN - 13th March 2014 - report

CARLISLE - 11th March 2013 - report

DUMFRIES - 21st March 2012 - report

LOCKERBIE - Monday 14th March 2011 - report

ST BOSWELLS - Monday 8th March 2010 - report

LONGTOWN - Thursday 19th March 2009 - report

CARLISLE - Monday 17th March 2008 - report

DUMFRIES- Wednesday 28th March 2007 - report



Winterfair 2005
Reserve Supreme Champion Lambs at the Scottish Winterfair 2005 were shown by Sandy Scott, Alnwick, bred by T Snaith, Biddlestone, Rothbury

Cheviot Presentation
A surprise presentation for Society Secretary, Isobel McVittie, who was presented with a series of framed pictures by a favourite artist Keith Brockie by Cheviot Hill Sheep Society Chairman Oliver Douglas at the 2003 Ram Sale.

 


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