Cream rises to the top in on-farm challenge
Parkville Burdette Katie, owned by James Dillon of Waaia, was awarded Best Udder and Supreme Champion Cow in the Northern Victoria Ayrshire On-Farm Challenge.
Parkville Burdette Katie, owned by Waaia’s James Dillon, was awarded the Senior Champion Cow in the Northern Victoria Ayrshire On-Farm Challenge.
The challenge, which was judged on November 5 and 8 by Ian Gallus, saw 61 cattle entered from 10 exhibitors, with presentations made on November 21.
The Senior Champion Cow also was awarded Best Udder, and Mr Dillon was also successful in the Reserve Junior Champion Cow class with Regal Park Opportunity Rose.
Stanhope’s Doug Schlenert’s cow Werombi Lindy was the Reserve Senior Champion Cow and Junior Champion went to Lachlan Park Tessa, owned by Lachlan Forster of Strathmerton. Lachlan Forster, of Strathmerton, owns the Junior Champion Cow, Lachlan Park Tessa. Reserve Senior Champion Cow, Werombi Lindy, is owned by Doug Schlenert, of Stanhope.
Young star . . .
She’s a beauty . . .
Good work . . . Burrbank Amber, owned by P. and K. Angel of Kerang, received an honourable mention in the senior champion class.