The Industrial Section at Caithness Show encourages entries from all ages. If you’re a keen baker, cook, crafter, artist, make your own dairy products or are lucky enough to have fresh eggs then there is sure to be a class for you to enter.
Please download the Industrial Section schedule for competition rules and class sections.
We look forward to welcoming you at this year’s show – good luck with your entries!
2022 Egg Class Competitions
In light of Avian Flu, Caithness Show has been advised that exhibitors entering egg classes at this year’s show should:
- Inspect their birds immediately before the event to ensure no signs of AI and if any birds look unwell then eggs should not be shown.
- Ensure trays or boxes are new or cleaned and disinfected (see guidance on Defra-approved disinfectants for more information).
- Ensure only clean eggs are exhibited.
- Ensure that after the event the eggs are either returned to the premises of origin for disposal or disposed of as ABP for heat treatment.
Mrs J Macleod, Dunvegan, Calder
Mrs E Gunn, Borgie Mains, Castletown
Mrs A Swanson, Hillhead, Dunnet
Mrs H Campbell, West Watten, Watten
Mrs E Gunn, Thurso
Mrs M Mackay, Strath Farm Cottage, Watten
Mrs A Swanson, Taigh Na Craege, Murkle
Miss L Swanson, Quarryside, Castletown
Mrs K Mackenzie, Loch Watten House, Watten
Ms Evelyn Harrold, Battery Road, Wick
Ms Lorraine Mackay, Burnside, Hill of Forss, Thurso