| No Frills was the Baby Beef
champion for Robin Roberts from Llanfairpwll.
Some make a distinction between veal and baby beef
(or white and pink veal).
Mr Malone is judging the baby beef
and showmanship classes.
She was Tecwyn''s sole entry at Llanelwedd Llyr Jones with who won the Baby and, having won this year''s Beef Expo title in May, she duly brought her owner his first Royal Welsh baby beef
championship Last year Dorian Lloyd, a farrier from Pantperthog, near Machynlleth, was at the Royal Welsh to collect the Dr Emrys Evans Award for his contribution to rural skills.
The July-born Limousin x heifer weighed in at 413kg before collecting Kendal's Baby Beef
title in one of the event's most hotly-contested tussles.
Tecwyn Jones, of Ty Newydd, Nebo, watched the showdown from ringside, having already secured the Baby Beef
title with a homebred heifer.
Goldeneye's death left Tequila as his leading entry - but Tecwyn was unsure whether baby beef
animals could qualify for the final showdown.
The tasteless stuff from the market is from those little one-and-a-half year olds, and baby beef
is no better.
>> Baby Beef
More North Wales success came in the Baby Beef
classes, with Gaerwen's Aled Roberts left wondering if he might have another Dream Girl on his hands.
Champion was Little Mix, a Limousin x, from Tecwyn Jones.
Heading the Baby Beef
entry was Moli, a British Blue x Limousin heifer born on New Year's Day.
Not only did Red Hot, a 12-month-old, bought-in Limousin cross heifer, lift the Reserve Supreme sash, they secured the Baby Beef
title with a homebred beast, 11-month-old Belgian Blue heifer, Miss 2011.