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Mays

  • Joined Jul 2010
Misleading advertising
« on: December 10, 2014, 02:34:36 pm »
There are easy ways to check any prize winning animals you are tempted to buy are in fact as advertised.

For example, should you buy a bird or goat, or even a horse that is sold to you as being a Highland Show prize winner you can easily check the names of exhibitors in the RHS Website Results section.

http://royalhighlandshow.org/livestock-and-competition/results/

that is all.
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ballingall

  • Joined Sep 2008
  • Avonbridge, Falkirk
Re: Misleading advertising
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2014, 09:32:18 pm »
Many agricultural shows do this, not just the Royal Highland. For example, the Great Yorkshire do it as well, and in fact are quicker than RHS at getting the results up. It is worth while checking, and any reputable breeder will not mind you checking.....


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