THE incredible impact Lyndon and Joyce Cleggett, Brookleigh, Glencoe, SA, have had on the Guernsey industry was recognised at this year's Guernsey feature breed showing at the Royal Adelaide Show.
Australia's first team of young dairy men and women to compete at the European Young Breeders School in Battice, Belgium, has returned home having scored a great team result.
Most dairy farmers will say there's nothing more important to their business than their cows. But for Brodie and Kevin Game, their herd of up to 350 is their biggest asset.
Increased flexibility of cattle movement within tick-free zones is a major concern to dairy biosecurity.
A "complete" heifer, with "strength" and good bone structure impressed international judge Dale Chupp, Inola, Oklahoma, United States, during the dairy junior show.
A calm and collected nature has helped Courtney Afford, Woods Point, Vic, to win the title of overall champion dairy champion junior handler.
IT was all but a clean sweep of the broadribbons for Glenbrook, Murray Bridge, in the Illawarra judging.
A LATE decision and 20-hour round trip has paid off for first-time Royal Adelaide Show-entrant Karl Munden