A dinner date fit for all sheep breeders

A dinner date fit for all sheep breeders

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RECOGNITION: Don McKinnon was presented with the president's award last year, with Australian Sheep Breeders' Association president Malcolm Starritt.

RECOGNITION: Don McKinnon was presented with the president's award last year, with Australian Sheep Breeders' Association president Malcolm Starritt.

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THE Annual Breeders Dinner promises to be an entertaining evening, as it looks to the future to celebrate its 139th year.

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THE Annual Breeders Dinner promises to be an entertaining evening, as it looks to the future to celebrate its 139th year. 

NETWORKING: The Annual Breeders' Dinner at the Australian Sheep & Wool Show, Bendigo, provides a great opportunity for people involved in the industry to connect and celebrate.

NETWORKING: The Annual Breeders' Dinner at the Australian Sheep & Wool Show, Bendigo, provides a great opportunity for people involved in the industry to connect and celebrate.

From squadrons of “jackaroo” drones, to vertical urban farms, the association will take a look at what the next 30 years of agriculture will potentially hold for future stud sheep breeders. 

Awards will also be presented – including for the winners of the Australian Fleece Competition and the president’s award, which recognises vast contribution to the ASWS.

Tickets are limited, so Australian Sheep Breeders' Association president Malcolm Starritt encouraged people to get them through www.sheepshow.com.

“The Annual Breeders Dinner is designed to celebrate Australia’s farmers and the industries that rely on them, while having the maximum amount of fun doing just that,” he said.

The speakers, entertainment, a two-course meal and drinks are included in the $100 per adult ticket price.

The dinner will be held on Saturday, July 16 from 7pm.

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