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Royal Melbourne Poultry Show

The Royal Melbourne Poultry Show is one of the most prestigious fanciers competitions in Australia, consistently boasting over 1,600 exhibits from 110 exhibitors. The competition provides breeders with an opportunity to benchmark their birds with a full range of Australian Poultry Standard classes available to enter.

Considered the pinnacle by poultry fanciers, the prestigious G.J. Sheppard Award is awarded to Supreme Champion in Show.

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