Sheep Club the place to gather

Sheep Club the place to gather

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When farmers get together once a year at agricultural shows, it is not only the competitions and industry education that appeals, but the rare opportunity to relax, socialise, make new friendships and connections and reunite with old friends.

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Audra Field, Mudgee, NSW, and James Rayner, Pomanara Merino stud, Hill End, NSW, at last year's event.

Audra Field, Mudgee, NSW, and James Rayner, Pomanara Merino stud, Hill End, NSW, at last year's event.

When farmers get together once a year at agricultural shows, it is not only the competitions and industry education that appeals, but the rare opportunity to relax, socialise, make new friendships and connections and reunite with old friends.

For decades, the show circuit has provided such venues.

This year, the show will open its own Sheep Club, which will allow Australian Sheep Breeders’ Members the chance to take their friends and guests to just such a dedicated ‘watering hole.’ Agribusiness operators can also get out from behind the desk or show stall and enjoy a relaxing venue. The ASBA has partnered with the Bendigo Jockey Club, with backing from national Merino breeders and Bourke Hire, to provide the club.

Rob Glen Wattle Bank Merinos, Guildford, and Rob Ewny, Cape Paterson, at last year's event.

Rob Glen Wattle Bank Merinos, Guildford, and Rob Ewny, Cape Paterson, at last year's event.

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