Prime lambs bring strong competition

At the Canowindra prime lamb section this year there was strong competition with a fantastic show of lambs across all categories. Judge Craig McKenzie gave credit to vendors on how fresh and well finished their lambs were looking especially with how dry the season is. Fourteen producers entered lambs on the day totaling 129 lambs.

The Champion pen of lambs by vendors John and Michael Payton have been purchased by B C Munro butchers Warragamba through Allan Gray and Co agent Patrick Waters.

CLASS ONE 

Pen of three Lambs suitable for light trade (43kg – 48kg). Open breed. 

1st: Jane Daly, 2nd: Greg Hamilton, 3rd: Michael Thornbury

CLASS TWO 

Pen of three Lambs suitable for trade (49kg – 55kg). Open breed. 

1st: John and Michael Payton, 2nd: Greg Hamilton, 3rd: Jane Daly

CLASS THREE 

Pen of three lambs most suitable for heavy trade/export (55kg and over). Open breed. 

1st: Alex Nash, 2nd: Doug Nash, 3rd: John and Michael Payton

CLASS FOUR 

Open shorn pen of three lambs 

1st: John and Michael Payton, 2nd Hassad, Gindurra

CHAMPION PEN OF 3 LAMBS: John and Michael Payton

RESERVE CHAMPION PEN OF 3 LAMBS:  Alex Nash

MOST SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITOR:  John and Michael Payton

HEAVIEST LAMB ON SHOW:  Holly and Annie Pull