Corona Virus Crisis
It is with sincere regret that due to the ongoing corona virus crisis, Ballymoney Show committee and the management board of North Antrim Agricultural Association have taken the decision to cancel our scheduled show on the weekend of 5th & 6th of June this year. We wish everyone a safe journey thoughout this crisis and we look forward to welcoming you our visitors, exhibitors and sponsors back to Ballymoney Show on the 4th & 5th June 2021
There will be exhibitions of heavy horses, light horses, ponies, cattle, sheep, goats and poultry competing within their respective classes at several locations throughout the showgrounds, with some of the top livestock in Northern Ireland on show.
Although the family entertainment varies from year to year the committee always encourages local musical and dance acts to take part, accompanied by the old favourites such as The Punch and Judy Show, Bonny Baby Competition, traditional amusements, inflatables, small animals, The Pet Show and The Dog Show.
There will also be a variety of trade stands at Ballymoney Show including local organisations providing information on services they provide and businesses selling products such as agricultural machinery, products and services, horticultural goods, homeware , art and craft items
Home Industries Art & Craft
Throughout the show the Home Industries Building will be packed with items of craft, art and home-baked goods as the various local Primary School and Women’s Institute Competitions get underway. Entries for the popular Photographic Competition will also be on display here.
Entries are now closed for Ballymoney Show 2019
Young Farmer’s Clubs of Ulster
As well as receiving practical support for the event from Finvoy, Kilraughts and Moycraig Young Farmers’ Clubs the Ballymoney Show also hosts the YFCU Northern Ireland Football Championships and the ever popular Tug of War Competition, which will attract over 200 competitors