COMPETITION was solid at the Australian Sheep and Wool Show (ASWS) Merino sale on Monday, although bidding did not reach the lofty heights of last year’s sale.
Andrew Miller Tullamore Texels scoop pool at Bendigo
Jeanette Severs A weaner ewe from Mount Monmot Perendales showed up the rest of the competition, to take out the historic Dick Clayton Perpetual Trophy as supreme champion.
Jeanette Severs Tintern Grammar stud stock students brought a flock of seven sheep to the Australian Sheep and Wool Show at Bendigo.
Jeanette Severs There were only small differences in the entries in the Dorset Downs section of the Sheep and Wool Show, according to judge Malcolm McKelvie.
Annabelle Beale Inspirational women from all walks of life shared their journeys about how wool is used in their careers and communities to influence positive change.
Kristen Frost Tattykeel Australian Whites stud, Oberon, have made a clean sweep of the broad ribbons at the Australian Sheep and Wool Show, Bendigo today.
Andrew Miller Wirlinga Park scoops Dorper pool
Joely Mitchell The Merino crowd out and about at the first day of competition.