The junior beef parading competition came down to a final walk around the cattle ring between the Fogden sisters to determine who would take out the champion parader title.
Using semen from one of the Angus stars of the ABS catalogue paid off with the judges unanimously selecting three animals from Pine Creek stud, Cowra, NSW, as the champion interbreed sire's progeny group.
KERLSON Pines Poll Hereford stud, Keith, achieved a clean sweep of the Royal Adelaide Show Hereford judging once again, following on from last year's success.
Angus Llewellyn trusted his instincts in the state beef young judges competition at the Royal Adelaide Show, which proved to be effective for the 17-old from Keith, who was crowned champion of the senior class.
Judge Trent Johnstone, Trojon Shorthorns, Lyndhurst, NSW, said it nearly took a "toss of a coin" to pick his supreme Murray Grey exhibit.
VICTORIANS returning to Adelaide after the Speckle Park's successful feature showing last year took out most of the broadribbons at this year's event.
Interstate judge Paul Forman, Bundaberg, commended the female line-up from Knockando Beef Cattle, Cowirra, in the Brahman judging at the Royal Adelaide Show for its evenness and suitability for the beef industry.