All the action from day two of the Australian Sheep and Wool Show at Bendigo.
Last year’s show provided plenty of entertainment for the sheep and wool industry’s leading figures.
When farmers get together once a year at agricultural shows, it is not only the competitions and industry education that appeals, but the rare opportunity to relax, socialise, make new friendships and connections and reunite with old friends.
More than 3000 sheep from five states will be exhibited at this year’s Australian Sheep and Wool Show in Bendigo. Here are the people, studs and sheep who were judged among the best last year.
The strongly resurgent woolcraft sector and its major national competitions will form a central part of Australia’s largest fibre market at the show.
WITH over 270 entrants in this year’s Woolcraft competition, schools around the country are encouraged to enter the highlight of the show.
THE Annual Breeders Dinner promises to be an entertaining evening, as it looks to the future to celebrate its 139th year.
COMPETITORS making their way around this show course will be kept under the masterful eye of Victorian Yard Utility Farm Dog Association (VYUFDA) vice president and competition judge, Rod Cavill.