Livestock farmer Lyn is proud that her sons, Thomas and Jack, have inherited her passion for rearing and promoting rare-breed animals. It means running their North Yorkshire farm is a family effort. However, they are all preparing for stiff competition against each other at the Staffordshire County Show. With their own different rare-breed flocks, Jack has high hopes that he will beat his mum in the show ring when his spiralled-horned Boreray meets her four-horned Manx Loaghtan.\n\nMeanwhile, Jersey cattle farming couple Jan and David, and his daughter Fiona, are just as determined to bag themselves a row of rosettes for their Shropshire farm. David has competed at the Staffordshire County Show for nearly 40 years and is confident he knows how to become a champion. They have each picked their favourite cow and will all go head-to-head in the show ring. However, Fiona’s got a job on her hands dealing with her grumpy Jersey.
Source: BBC 1
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