Fermanagh County Show will have a team of judges from across the British Isles to select the winners in the livestock and Home Industries sections.

In the cattle classes, one of the renowned judges is Scottish breeder Iain Green, who runs the Corskie pedigree herd alongside several hundred commercial suckler cows in Morayshire, and who will be judging the Continental cattle classes at the Show.

Another Scotsman, Basil Lawson from Fife, will be judging the Irish Moiled cattle, for which there is a new cup – the Curraghkelly Cup for the breed champion.

Other renowned livestock judges include William McLaren, from Perthshire, who will be judging the native cattle classes, while Harry Emslie, from Peterhead, will be responsible for the Pedigree Interbreed Champion and Commercial cattle classes.

They will join a long list of notable judges from throughout Ireland to make the trip to Necarne, Irvinestown on August 12.

There are also notable judges in the Home Industries section. Among these is Zara Evans, from Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, who will be judging the Vegetables and Cut Flower section.

She is a judge with the National Vegetable Society, which now has an Irish branch. She formerly owned a nursery in Kent where she specialised in Irises and edible flowers.

She has been a judge since 2005 and has wide experience exhibiting daffodils at national level as well as vegetables at many of the top shows.

In the past few weeks she won four qualifying competitions for different vegetables for national shows, such as Tullamore and Virginia Shows.

At Clogher Valley Show last week, Zara qualified for the Bord Bia 7-A-Day Best in Season Kitchen Garden All-Ireland Championship, taking place on August 13 at Tullamore Show.

She said the National Vegetable Society, Irish Branch, will be hosting the inaugural Irish Championships at Moate Show on August 27.