The popular community-focussed agricultural show features all of the favourites, including whip cracking, woodchopping, a speed shear event, a cattle dog challenge, and yard dog trials. Organisers say the pavilions will have an abundance of delightful blooms, plump farm produce, delicious cooking, preserves, jams and jellies, beautiful arts and crafts, fascinating photographs, and a wonderful display of wool fleeces. There will, of course, also be cattle, sheep, horse and poultry competitions, as well as a fireworks display and a fashion parade. And there will be plenty of food vendors.
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