For the first time after a decade, a sheep showing competition will be a part of the Goulburn Show this year.
Goulburn Show Society president Jacki Waugh confirmed the event is making a comeback this year where sheep of different breeds will be judged by the judges.
"After a long time, we will be holding the event this year. At the moment, we are preparing for the event and are going ahead as planned," she said.
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The competition has already garnered a lot of interest and there are 40 registered entries for the event.
"We are expecting more people to sign up and there have been a lot of queries regarding this competition. The breeds will be judged on meat and wool," chief steward Narlisa Cooper said.
The sheep showing event will be held at the cattle yard area on Saturday, March 6 and the cattle event on Sunday, March 7.
Running since 1880, the Goulburn AP&H Society held its first public meeting in the Municipal Chambers at 4pm on March 24, 1880. The annual event is put together by a team of volunteers.
This year, it will have a range of attractions including arts and craft, wood-chopping and the animal-farm nursery to name a few. The pavilion will also have the finest artwork, fruit, quilting, flowers and vegetables.
Meanwhile, the Goulburn Agriculture, Pastoral and Horticulture Society Inc has received a funding boost of $2500 from Goulburn Mulwaree Council this year.
The council allocated the funds to Goulburn AP&H Society as financial assistance would be required for a possible online ticketing management system, COVID marshals, extra cleaners and cleaning supplies, distancing and other signage and additional gate controls to name a few.
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