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A&P winners put on parade
Top cow: Logan Kelly with 'Burness Emp Phil' which he and wife Nicky own. The cow won All Breeds Champion
Dairy Cow at the Southland A&P Show on Saturday.
Proud owner: Ted Dodd, 10, with his overall champion pet lamb Whittaker
at the Southland A&P Show on Saturday.
Black-faced winner: Waitahuna farmer Symon Howard with his supreme
champion all breeds ewe lamb at the Southland A&P Show on Saturday.
Best in class: Ainsley Kreger-Price with 'Petunia' who won Supreme Holstein
Friesian and first place in the All Breeds Calf Class at the Southland A&P
Show on Saturday.
Cartoon creations: Tyler Kennard, 4, meets Scooby Doo and Shaggy at the
Southland A&P Show on Saturday.
By TERRI RUSSELL
Town and country came
together as thousands of people
enjoyed a day out at the
Southland A&P Show at
Donovan Park in Invercargill
Children patted farm animals at
the animal petting zoo and
played games such as gumboot
tossing, lolly scramble and
wheelbarrow racing at the
Traditional livestock compe-
titions rolled out during the
morning, with each supreme
animal champion featuring in
the grand parade in the after-
Owners of the supreme cham-
pions included Tussock Creek
beef farmers Ken and Sonia
Devery, Mataura Island dairy
farmer Logan Kelly and Drum-
mond sheep breeder J L Allison.
Southland A&P Association
president Barry Macdonald said
thousands attended the show,
making it the biggest turnout he
had seen for some time.
"It's all about town meeting
country in a country setting,'' he
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