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Beyond the Bale : June 2015
ON FARM 29 SECONDARY SCHOOL DIVISION AWARDS Champion Daniel Puckridge, Cummins Area School Second Place Alex Boehm, Cummins Area School Third Place Angus Wiech, Burra Community School Champion Team Cummins Area School Top Performer in Wool Section Daniel Puckridge, Cummins Area School Top Performer in Breeding Section Sammy Adams, WA College of Agriculture, Har vey Top Performer in Production Section Mary Williams, Lucindale Area School TERTIARY DIVISION AWARDS Champion Belinda Amess, La Trobe University Second Place Edmond Lyon, La Trobe University Third Place Nyssa Belton-Liddy, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Champion Team Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Top Performer in Wool Section Nyssa Belton-Liddy, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Top Performer in Breeding Section Caitlin Berr y, University of Adelaide Top Performer in Production Section Edmond Lyon, La Trobe University Zoe Lynch from Charles Sturt University gets tips on wool handling from ‘master classer’ Deanne Irwin. Students being shown what to look for when selecting rams and ewes. Students taking part in the visual score assessment activity. Winning team in the secondary school division was Cummins Area School: Alex Mahoney, Daniel Puckridge, Alex Boehm, Shenaia Palmer. Daniel was also the winner of the individual award in the secondary school division. Belinda Amess from La Trobe University won the individual award in the tertiary division. Winning team in the tertiary division was Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga: Nyssa Belton-Liddy, Brooke Cowan, Kayla Kopp, Zoe Lynch. • Hay War Memorial High School, NSW • La Trobe University, Melbourne, Vic • Lucindale Area School, SA • Meningie Area School, SA • TAFE New England, Armidale, NSW • TAFE Riverina, Wagga Wagga, NSW • University of Melbourne, Vic • University of Adelaide, SA • WA College of Agriculture, Harvey, WA • Waikerie High School, SA AWI thanks the 2015 NMC sponsors – Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA, Elders, Future Farmers Network, Landmark, Australian Wool Network, Primary Industries and Regions SA, AuctionsPlus, BankSA, The Mutooroo Pastoral Company, Aglive, Allflex, Tru-Test – for making this event possible, as well as the dedicated volunteers for their time and expertise and the woolgrowers who provided their sheep: Leahcim Poll Merino Stud, Lines Gum Hill Poll Merino Stud and Old Ashrose Merino & Poll Merino Stud.