The NSW Archibull Prize 2012 is coming to the pointy end of the competition with entries due in just under 3 weeks.
We have Young Farming Champions from QLD and NSW in full swing going into schools from Camden Vale to Nowra and out to Gunnedah (thanks to the generosity of Upper Namoi Cotton Growers Association)
Today Beef Young Farming Champion Bronwyn Roberts is heading from Emerald to Berkeley Vale. Bron has just started up her Farmer Bron Facebook page to share with the community her farming journey. Check it out here.
Bron will be joined by equally excited artwork judge Wendy Taylor who has also been invited by the Berkeley Vale team. Check out this awesome animation Meet today’s Australian farmer by Wendy’s husband Craig of Red Blue Design which Craig created especially for the schools participating in the Archibull Prize
Wool Young Farming Champion Lauren Crothers from Dirranbandi in South West Queensland to visit Homebush Boys High School
Lauren Crothers and Ekka exhibition shearer Hayden Eley
Meat Scientist and Beef Young Farming Champion Dr (in waiting) Steph Fowler is motoring up the highway from Wagga Wagga to visit Abbotsleigh College and Muirfield High School.
Steph was so excited to check out the Hoof and Hook competition carcases at the Ekka and check out this great video featuring Dr Steph at Art4Agriculuture’s recent visit to the Ekka
Bron came, she saw and she conquered!
She was AMAZING and the kids and I had a wonderful day!
Thanks for the fantastic day and for making it all happen.
You have one very awesome Young Farming Champion there!
Wendy was equally impressive and totally worth contacting, she was very supportive of every thing that we doing with our “archi” and very positive to boot!
All in all we have had an amazing day – the kids are excited, I am re-energized and very excited!
Nevvy and all the staff and students at TLSC – Berkeley Vale Campus