THE Cox Pavilion was a hive of activity on Saturday as crowds of excited people flocked to see the 2021 Sydney Royal Easter Show's meat sheep competitions.
Throughout the day, showgoers flocked into the pavilion to get a first-hand look at some of the best meat sheep in the country, which were on display during competition.
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Producers from across the state and beyond gathered at the show to compete in several categories across a number of different breeds such as Poll Dorset, Southdown and Border Leicester.
Having missed the 2020 Sydney Royal Easter Show due to the COVID-19 pandemic, exhibitors were keen to catch up with old friends as well as put their best sheep on display.
The stage is now set for Sunday's interbreed competition, which will pit all of the grand champions from across the different breeds against each other.
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