See photos of winning Merinos at the 2017 Royal Adelaide Show.
THE family of Agricultural Societies Council of SA life member Margaret Hurst have carried on her legacy at the Royal Adelaide Show’s rich fruit cake, Genoa cake and scone competition, by awarding a perpetual trophy this year, to honour her involvement in the renowned competition since 1972.
WITH many of the state’s Merino breeders in one room, there was a chance to celebrate the industry with drinks and a fashion parade by tafeSA students.
A massive North Ashrose fleece, described by wool judge Rod Miller as having “wow factor” has been sashed the supreme champion.
URRBRAE Agricultural High School student Jessica Dale, 17, Seacombe Gardens, has a strong interest in agriculture.
BUDDING farmer Vaughan Eastwood, Mount Bryan, was one of the newer faces among the Merino judging at the Royal Adelaide Show, helping the Greenfields stud to victory in the August-shorn classes.
WARNERTOWN stud Goolagong has shown Santa Gertrudis cattle for decades, but this year made its debut in the Angus ring.
SOUTH Australian genetics are headed to South America with two international buyers operating during the Adelaide Ram Sale.
A massive Eyre Peninsula bred Poll Merino ram named after an Olympic swimming champion has streaked home a winner in the Fibre Meat Plus class.