There were winners and grinners at the region’s biggest show

Jaineil Kapada with his son enjoying some time away from running the Tabulam supermarket. Photo: Contributed

Did you enter the North Coast National Show in Lismore?

Here are some wins from Richmond Valley and Kyogle LGAs.

Kyogle High School students made their mark in the Hoof section.

2nd place for school steer under 400kg

4th place for overall school steer

In the Hook section they got:

4th place for lightweight steer

Mia Mackay got third place in the parade in the under 13 years category.

Kyogle High had a great show.

Bonalbo Central School student Chloe James is following her passion for the beef industry. Chloe broke in two school show steers along with four of her own. These steers have been doing the local circuit, culminating in the Lismore Show.

Chloe developed her skills in the school’s agriculture program and is doing a School based traineeship with Yulgilbar Station.

She worked with Georgia Perkins and the Yulgilbar crew at Lismore and was successful with her steer and a Yulgilbar bull in the carcass competition.

Chloe James is one to watch in the beef industry.

Casino High School had one entry in the Stud day and that was Titan who came first and received excellent comments from the judge.

The school praised the work of Joseph Watt and helpers Bailey McPaul and Bailey Randall for coming in early to prepare the bull.

Casino cattle rest before judging.

Lindesay View Limousins won Grand Champion Steer. Owners Josh and Kirsty Sawtell also had wins with their steers getting Grand and Reserve Champion Steers.

Woodenbong Central School won Champion School Steer.

Lindesay View Limousins were winners at the show.

In the stud cattle, the 2023 Champion of Champions was awarded to the Braford team from Little Valley Grazing Co, Stratheden

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