Free steak sandwich – tick. Thousands at Breakfast with the Butchers

Here are some photos from today, Friday, May 24 of Breakfast with the Butchers and other events.

Beef Week Saturday, May 25 is another fun packed day with the street parade, rodeo, craft market and more.

Walker Street was packed at Breakfast with the Butchers in Casino. Photo: Richmond Valley Council
Metcalf Quality Meats in Evans Head with their winning gourmet sausages of vegemite & cheese and two beef sausages. Photo: Contributed
Everyone got their free steak sandwich? – yes Dad! Photo: Richmond Valley Council
The Southside Gourmet Meats team won third place in the Best Gourmet Sausage Competition with their hand crafted beef tomato, onion and bacon gourmet sausages. They sold out but more are available Saturday, May 25. Photo: Contributed
At Cow Pat Lotto, Lucy and Matilda (the cows) were a little too eager and dropped the pat off the grid (the numbers). So the winners were drawn by John Black from McDonald’s Pharmacy. Photo: Contributed
It isn’t Beef Week without Brenda Armfield and her Moke. Photo: Richmond Valley Council
St Mary’s Primary School students. Photo: Contributed
More than 300 locals and visitors went to the Casino Food Co-op tour to explore the retail-ready products through to processing, carcasses in the chillers. Photo: Contributed
Lucy and Matilda missed the lotto numbers with their poop. Photo: Contributed
Photo: Richmond Valley Council
St Mary’s students were up early to butter bread for Breakfast with the Butchers. Photo: Contributed
Cowboy buddies. Photo: Richmond Valley Council
Casino Food Co-op chief executive Simon Stahl (far right) with visitors to the site in Casino. More than 100 school students from Singleton to Casino participated in the intercollegiate meat judging competition. Photo: Contributed
Beef Week Queen Annaleise Barrett with John Seccombe and mayor Robert Mustow eating and judging for the sausage comp. Photo: Richmond Valley Council
Photo: Richmond Valley Council
Photo: Richmond Valley Council

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