Unfortunately there will be 'no Poultry Competition in 2022'
All being well the Poultry Competition will be back in the 2023 Skye Agricultural Show
To enter your poultry in the Skye Show please open and review the relevant documents below.
The documents are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. The documents can be printed using the print button at the top of each page. The documents can also be saved by using the download button at the top of each page.
The Entry Form can be filled in and printed using the print button at the top of the Entry Form page.
The Entry Form can also be filled in and saved, (for emailing or printing later), by using the download button on the top of the Entry Form page.
The saved Entry Form can be viewed later by installing the free 'Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader' or the free 'Foxit PDF Reader'. It is also possible to view the downloaded Entry Form by simply opening it in most modern web browsers.
The Entry Form should be returned as per the instructions at the bottom of the Entry Form unless you have agreed other instructions - Don't forget to keep a copy for your own records.
There is also an option below to download all the PDF documents (Schedule, Entry Form, List of Judges, Competition Rules and Programme of Events) in a zipped file.
animals presented for judging in the show ring must be
under control. The judges have authority to disqualify
any animal not complying with this rule. Exhibitors must
register at the secretary's tent on the day of the show.
society is not liable for any livestock or any other
animal entered into any
of the society's competitions or otherwise brought to
the King George V Playing Field, Portree, or such other
area of ground adjacent thereto or in the proximity
thereof and used for such competitions. Livestock or any
other animal entered into the show, or brought to the
show, or its environs, are entirely the responsibility of the owners
and exhibitors of such livestock or animals.
The society shall not
be held liable for any loss, injury or damage which may
be sustained by livestock or other animal, nor shall the society bear
any liability whatsoever for loss, damage or injury
caused to any person or property by such livestock or
stock entered must enter and leave the show ground via
the gate at the west end of the field.
Barcode stickers for ScotEID passports will be available
from the SAC Consulting tent on the day.