Farrer exhibited the White Suffolk sheep at the recent Dubbo show with some outstanding results. The 15 sheep received 17 ribbons. The most outstanding of these being:
Grand Champion ewe (Farrer 140107)
1st Ewe over 1 ½ Years woolly or shorn
1st Ewe showing milk teeth only, born after 1/8/15 Novice Class
1st Ram showing milk teeth only, born after 1/8/15 Novice Class
1st Ewe showing milk teeth only, born after 1/8/15 Open Class
Plus 3 Seconds, 2 Thirds, 1 Fourths, 3 Fifths, 1 sixth, 2 seventh
3rd Goonguyah Shield (Cody Stevens, Hugh Maxey and Ashley Carter)
5th Ashley Carter Junior Meat (Short Wools) Sheep Judging
5th Charlie Shadwell Senior Merino Sheep Judging
The Farrer students were a credit to the school with a number of studs allowing our students to exhibit their sheep or giving clinic’s of the finer points of sheep judging.
Cody Stevens, Hugh Maxey, Ashley Carter, Sam Hannan, Charlie Shadwell and Flynn Erich with the Grand Champion ewe Farrer 140107
Cody Stevens, Ashley Carter and Hugh Maxey
Third Schools competition the Goongunyah Shield
Again the absolute highlight of the weekend the Pavlova supplied by Charlie Shadwell’s grandmother voted by the Farrer students “Best at Show”.