CODY Jones, Booborowie, has won the state Merino sheep judging competition in his first attempt at just 16 years of age.
A SUCCESSFUL showing for WA in the national young judges’ competition has resulted in that state taking honourship of the Keast Shield.
Adam Bennett’s passion for the sheep industry has shone strongly in the National Merino Sheep Judging competition.
A keen, fresh face for the agricultural industry from WA has outclassed his fellow competitors to be declared national winner of the National Fleece Judging Championship.
AHEAD of competing at the national dairy young judges competition, winner Jai Thomas, Perth, needed to take some time to return to “dairy mode”.
FOR young dairy breeder Andrew Gray, Echunga, many of the skills he has developed to build his Long Gully Ayrshire stud, have helped him win the state junior judging competition.
HAYLEY Madden has emerged from a large field of entrants – 78 in total – to gain the accolade of being the best young dairy handler in SA.
“Unreal” is how national dairy handler champion Clinton Keir, Sunshine Coast, Qld, described winning the competition.
Young Gippsland farmer Sophie Crooke has become the first Vic winner in the National Rural Ambassador award in its 17 year history.
SA's Lachlan Grossman, Angaston, has taken out the national meat sheep young judges competition held at the Royal Adelaide Show against the country's state champion judges, after he wowed the judges with his extensive stud sheep knowledge.