WINNERS OF THE 7th ANNUAL ANZ AGRIBUSINESS CROOKWELL FLOCK EWE COMPETITION: Andrew Treweeke ANZ Agribusiness (major sponsor), David Zouch, manager, “Hollowmount”, Bigga, Minister for Primary Industries, Katrina Hodgkinson, and Ken Wolf, “Hollowmount”, Bigga.HOLLOWMOUNT Pastoral Company, Bigga, owned by Ken Wolf and managed by David Zouch, have taken out the seventh annual ANZ Agribusiness Crookwell Flock Ewe Competition in the long wool section.
They also took out the champion maiden ewes.
This is Hollowmount’s second sashing of the event, previously taking out the honours in 2013.
In the spring shorn section, the father and son duo of Michael and John Lowe, “Innisvale”, Crookwell, made it three years in a row with their win.
The competition, which attracted 21 entrants, was held on Wednesday and Thursday January 21 and 22 with the winners announced at the annual AP&H Crookwell Show held over the weekend past.
At the conclusion of day two, eight finalists were announced, four in the long wool section and four in the spring shorn section, with the top eight each displaying a pen of five ewes at the show.
The people’s choice award went to Brad and Maria Cartwright, “Kempton”, Laggan, who also took out third place in the long wool section.
Rounding off the placings in the long wool section was last year’s winners, Geoff and Debbie Selmes, “Wahronga”, Wheeo in second place and in fourth was Brian and Helen Anderson, “Lower Sylvia Vale”.
Second place in the spring shorn section was Anthony Selmes, “Glenayr”, Wheeo, third was Tony and Natalie Hewitt, “Galmara”, Grabben Gullen and the McDonald family, “Aberdeen”, Laggan took out fourth place.
Judges of the competition were Ben Lane, “Windridge Farms”, Young and Geoff Rayner, “Pomanara”, Sally’s Flat.
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