SUPREME CHAMPION DAIRY HEIFER NAMED AT THE ROYAL MELBOURNE SHOW
Glomar Commander Lucky by Justin Johnston, Glomar Holsteins, has taken out the top prize for Supreme Champion Heifer at the Royal Melbourne Show Dairy Competition, conducted by The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria.
Most Successful Holstein Heifer was also awarded to Justin Johnson for Glomar Commander Lucky.
Most Successful Guernsey Heifer was awarded to N Wilkie and D Schlenert, Crookslea and Dash Valley for Dash Valley Beth.
In the Dairy Youth Handlers Classic, Kieran Coburn, was awarded Supreme Champion Parader.
The Royal Melbourne Show Dairy Competition celebrates the Victorian dairy industry and recognizes the best of the best in dry class heifers.
“Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s Royal Melbourne Show Dairy competitions. These competitions give exhibitors the opportunity to challenge themselves, benchmark their livestock and gain valuable feedback from judges,” said Paul Guerra, CEO, The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV).
“It’s fantastic to see competitors come to the Royal Melbourne Show each year. Here they have the valuable chance to get together, catch up and network, as well as showcasing their livestock.”
“It’s also great to see so many young people attending and entering into these events. We are strong supporters of young people entering into the industry and competitions like this are a great way to continue to build young people’s experience in the industry and for them to gain experience and advice from industry experts.”