It was a great 2017 Mundabbera show this year, according to event organisers, with large crowds of people watching the cattle judging classes throughout the day.
More than 20 primary and high school students, plus under 25-year-old young people competed in the Young Handler and Junior Judging competitions with Monto, Mundubbera and Gayndah schools all represented in the Mundabbera show cattle competitions.
Cattle junior and parader judge was Ali Hollitt with Lynton Hollitt the senior cattle judge on the day.
Mundabbera show’s Annie Clarke said it was excellent to have a good number of entries in this year’s stud cattle judging, prime cattle, young judges and junior judging competitions.
“We had over 20 led steers and heifers, which were all shown by young students who battled it out in the Junior Handlers competition as well,” Ms Clarke said.
“We would like to thank all of our competitors and judges and would like to welcome everyone back again next year.”
Clayton Hayes from Yenda V stud won Supreme Exhibit of the Mundabbera show with their family’s bull called Yenda Truman.
Announcer of the cattle competitions was Chris Hocking who also sponsored the Supreme Exhibit of the Show trophy and prizes.
Champion senior female of the show was Meridan Lovely owned by Meridan Blondes stud from Meridan Plains.
All the show cattle winners received sashes from Mundubbera Miss Show Girl winner Hannah Allen and runner-up Hannah Vicary, plus Show Girl Miss Personality Justine Jenkin.