Kojonup Agricultural Show

Kojonup P & A Society 109th Annual Show

Affiliated with the Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia


This years Show Theme is ……  Equine Extravaganza, giddyup, giddyup, horsey

Saturday 15th October 2016

A fun day out for all the family to enjoy …….

Equine Sections

Section A – Horses

Livestock Sections

Section B – Wool

Section C – Merino Sheep


Section E – Poultry


The Garden

Section F – Vegetables

Section G – Fruit, Preserves & Eggs


Section H – Bakery


Section I – FLOWERS – Flowers – Cuts & Specimens

Section J – Pot Plants

Section K – Flower arranging – Decorative

Section L – Floral Art


Section M – Patchwork

Section N – Craft


The Arts

Section O – Art

Section P – Photography

Childrens Sections

Section Q7 – All Children’s sections

Days before the fun starts








Apex Club of Kojonup

On behalf of Apex Club of Kojonup I would like to thank & acknowledge the following people, business’s and place getters at the 2016 Apex Blue Wool & Apex Speed Shears.
Thank you to the local farmers who support the Kojonup Show through cash donations and the lending of shearing shed gear.
Also thanks to the Brooks & Janet Evans along with Roger & Annabel House who provided the sheep for the competition.
Jury Shearing, Paul Pallier & Steve Osborne were all paramount to making the Speed Shear a success.

Special Thanks to the Major Sponsors:

Marinoni Crutching – Jury Shearing – Landmark
Jamie Hart Livestock – CSBP – Zacher Contracting
Matthews Transport – Kojonup Ag Supplies – Heiniger
Andy & Mel Matthews Livestock Transport
Mark & Lisa Taylor – Zoetis

Champions of the day were:

WACSA Judges
Marion Uren, Loren Obrien & Julie Fowler – Administration
Flea Hallett & Vicki House – Wool Classing
Eric Brown – Ken Stan Bishop – Waz Mcmahon – Speed Shear Judges
Lowana Jury – For being Lou Lou

Results for the Apex Blue Wool Shears:

Intermediate Wool Handling
1st Greg Drew $100 – 2nd Grace Davey $75 – 3rd Wai Moananui $80

Open Wool Handling
1st Aroha Garvn $150 – 2nd Jackie Harmer $125 – 3rd Kymberlee Obrian $100

Novice Shearing
1st Shannon Mclean – Elders Show Bag -2nd Daniel Wilmott – Elders Show Bag – 3rd Danny Halligan – Elders Show Bag

U/21 Shearing
1st Rawiri Tawhiao $100 + Heiniger Icon Handpiece – 2nd Caleb Rodney $50 – 3rd Jayden Smith $50

Intermediate Shearing
1st Thomas Oneill $200 – 2nd Adam Bryant $125 – 3rd Devlyn Dillon $100

Senior Shearing
1st Luke Harding $300 – 2nd Anthony Wray $150 – 3rd Tane Hough $150

Open Shearing
1st Tom Reed $550 – 2nd Mark Buscumb $250 – 3rd Callum Obrian $100

Results For The Speed Shear were:

The “Farmer Speed Shear” was a popular event.
Johno Clifton displayed his skill with a handpiece showing that it is possible to get two shearings off one lamb in 5 minutes.
Justy Fleay has been asking for a farmer speed shear for the last 12 months and on Saturday night it was evident he had been secretly training in both the gym and shearing shed, well done tiger.
1st Fat Cat – Sausage Roll + Sauce
2nd The Bishop – Boot Polish
3rd Frog – Beyonce CD

1st Boyd – $300

1st Quaid – $1250
2nd Dallas – $250
3rd Cody – $100

1st Cartwright – $2000
2nd Mike – $250
3rd Ricky – $100


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