A LATE decision and 20-hour round trip has paid off for first-time Royal Adelaide Show-entrant Karl Munden
A jittery alpaca was not enough to stop Balaklava's Amity Holland from excelling in the junior alpaca handling competition at this year's Royal Adelaide show, with the first time entrant's excellent ability to lead the animal through the show ring making her a worthy winner.
For the fourth year in a row, Norton Summit's Jade De-Gregorio has been named winner of the Royal Adelaide Show Junior Alpaca Judging competition, with her experience and professionalism at assessing alpacas and fleeces paying off to help her secure the top title.
The first Saturday of the Royal Adelaide Show marked Youth in Ag Day, kickstarted by a breakfast for the up and coming members of the agricultural industry.
A 41-month old white female alpaca from Ambersun Alpacas, Mount Compass, has taken out the title of Supreme Champion Huacaya at the 2019 Royal Adelaide Show.