See all of the winners and grinners from the 2018 Royal Melbourne Show here.
Willow Drive South Suffolk stud took home all the major awards in their breed judging at the Royal Melbourne Show this year.
Jason O’Loghlin already has lambs at home by the ram sashed supreme in the Wiltshire Horn judging at the Royal Melbourne Show this year.
Hay War Memorial High School’s Aberline Dorper and White Dorper stud backed up their 2017 Melbourne Show success at this year’s event.
It was first-time lucky for Faraday, who after entering Poll Dorsets into the Royal Melbourne Show for the first year ever, walked away with the supreme champion ribbon.
A powerful combination of figures and conformation has won an Allendale ram the supreme Suffolk sash at the Royal Melbourne Show.
Allendale stud has dominated the interbreed judging, winning both supreme ewe and ram with two different breeds at the Royal Melbourne Show.
The supreme Border Leicester ewe was the type of sheep judge Des Campbell said you only got the chance to witness “every now and then”.
It was the British breeds’ time to shine at the ASSBA interbreed competition at the Royal Melbourne Show.
The wool on the backs of the champion black and coloured sheep was commended by the judge as being exceptional for spinning.