UTV’S RARE BREED CONTINUES WITH EPISODE 5 ON THURSDAY
Rare Breed – A Farming Year was once again the most watched programme in Northern Ireland at 8.30pm last night with an average audience of 130,000 viewers and a 25% share.
Rare Breed – A Farming Year continues on Thursday at 8.30pm UTV with a look at May 2018. It’s Balmoral Show time so the farmers are either feeling the heat with competing, or just soaking up the atmosphere of the show.
The apple trees finally start to blossom at the McKEEVER farm in ARMAGH. And at Balmoral Show, the pressure is on GARY HANNA and IAIN COLEVILLE as they show their Aberdeen Angus and Blue Texel sheep. It’s a huge event for them and a chance to promote their newly established pedigree herd.
RICHARD BEATTIE from OMAGH is showing his Suffolks and Valais Blacknose at the show. And nine-year-old CAHIR McGILLIGAN from outside Dungiven is visiting the show with his family and dreaming of taking part himself one day.
UTV’s Mark McFadden narrates the series, sponsored by Dale Farm, Rare Breed – A Farming Year continues on Thursday 14th February 2019 at 8.30pm on UTV.