Santa Gertrudis bull ‘Biddles’, with owner Jack Silveright, was only 29 months old when placed first in his class at the 2009 Coffs Harbour Show.
Santa Gertrudis bull ‘Biddles’, with owner Jack Silveright, was only 29 months old when placed first in his class at the 2009 Coffs Harbour Show. Leigh Jensen

Back to school for cattlemen

COFFS Harbour Show Society will host an hour-long Beef Cattle Judging and Parading School on Friday, May 7, from 5.30pm.

Cowra-based judge John Hutt will instruct exhibitors in cattle parading and judging techniques. The school, which is free of charge, is open to all exhibitors and will be followed by a cattlemen’s barbecue and refreshments at 6.30pm.

Beef cattle entries for the Coffs Harbour Show must be lodged by 4pm on Wednesday, May 5, and judging will commence at 9am on Saturday, May 8.

Entries will be accepted at the show secretary’s office at the Coffs Harbour Showground or may be posted to PO Box 219 Coffs Harbour.



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