The jackaroo system was in the spotlight during the junior judging at the state sheep show at Blackall on the weekend.
After 35 years handling over nine million Merino fleeces, Landmark’s new Queensland account manager, Bob Tully is entitled to make the claim, “I know my wool”.
After a five-year hiatus, thanks to drought and wild dogs, Rick and Jenny Keogh have announced they are ready to once again begin their annual Terrick Merinos' ram sale.
It’s expected to be the wedding of the year in England but the pairing of Jolly Jumbuck Harry and Jolly Jumbuck Meghan isn’t quite as romantic.
The sheep management skills of Blackall’s Alison Krieg were confirmed with a swag of commercial sheep and wool trophies at the Blackall show.
Garry and Donna Kopp are heading home from the 2018 Blackall state sheep show with both supreme poll and supreme Merino championships to the Towalba stud’s credit.
For the second year in succession, the Jolly Jumbuck Poll Merino stud at Mitchell has taken out the prestigious Grand Champion All-Purpose Merino award at the Queensland State Sheep Show.
Queensland’s premier showcase of Merino sheep, its state sheep show, got underway in Blackall on Friday morning.