THE incredible impact Lyndon and Joyce Cleggett, Brookleigh, Glencoe, have had on the Guernsey industry was recognised at this year's Guernsey feature breed showing at the Royal Adelaide Show.
For more than 70 years of its 90-year history, the SA Country Women's Association has had a strong presence at the Royal Adelaide Show, providing meals, gift ideas, and the renowned CWA scones to show attendees and giving branch members the opportunity to meet and network with others from across the state.
AN outstanding Poll Merino from Glenlea Park stud,Pinnaroo, named 'Smithy' after Australian cricketer Steve Smith cracked a ton, $100,000 - at the 2019 Adelaide Stud Merino and Poll Merino Ram sale.
IN WHAT was its fourth year as part of the Royal Adelaide Show, the Agsplorers Track forged ahead with its goal of educating children about agriculture.
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.
A 21 micron strong wool ram paraded by Greenfields stud co-principal Robert Sullivan, Hallett, picked up top honours in the March-shorn Merino judging.
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.
A long-bodied, strong wool Poll Merino from Old Ashrose, Hallett, edged out the competition in the August-shorn classes to win grand champion ram for its wool cutting ability and sire appeal.