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Beyond the Bale : September 2017
SECONDARY SCHOOL DIVISION AWARDS Champion Brooke Watts, Molong Central School Second Place Zoey Phelps, Cummins Area School Third Place Caitlyn Watts, Molong Central School Champion Team Cummins Area School (Shaelee Meyers, Matthew Charlton, Ruby Green, Zoey Phelps) Top Performer in Wool Section Matthew Charlton, Cummins Area School Top Performer in Production Section Brooke Watts, Molong Central School Top Performer in Breeding Section Claire Pitchford, Urrbrae Agricultural High School Winning Trainer Lisa Richardson, Cummins Area School TERTIARY DIVISION AWARDS Champion Emily Attard, The University of Melbourne Second Place Elliot Lade, Charles Sturt University Third Place Annika Alexander, The University of Melbourne Champion Team Charles Sturt University (Elliot Lade, Edith Gregory, Aleksandra Vasic, Sam Scarlett) Top Performer in Wool Section Emily Attard, The University of Melbourne Top Performer in Production Section Emily Attard, The University of Melbourne Top Performer in Breeding Section Annika Alexander, The University of Melbourne Winning Trainer Susan Robertson, Charles Sturt University Students testing their skills in sheep selection. Students saw new technologies like the Upright Posture Shearing Platform in action. NMC involves hands-on learning under the guidance of wool industry professions. Over the two-day event, students are assessed on their skills across a wide range of areas. Networking among fellow ag students and wool industry professionals is major part of the NMC. PARTICIPATING SECONDARY SCHOOLS WERE: Cleve Area School, SA Cummins Area School, SA Molong Central School, NSW Urrbrae Agricultural High School, Netherby, SA WA College of Agriculture – Cunderdin, WA WA College of Agriculture – Harvey, WA WA College of Agriculture – Narrogin, WA PARTICIPATING TAFES AND UNIVERSITIES WERE: Charles Sturt University – Wagga Wagga, NSW La Trobe University, Melbourne, Vic Moonah (Property), Coombe, SA Murdoch University, Perth, WA Training Worx Australia, Kojonup, WA University of Adelaide, SA University of Melbourne, Vic University of New England, Armidale, NSW ON FARM 35
In the Shops - September 2017