Wingham High students win cattle at state judging comp.

Wingham High School has taken delivery of a pure bred angus heifer worth $2000 - a prize won last Friday.

A small team of ag students attended the Singleton State Judging Competition on Friday May 9 to compete against schools across the State.

Jonty Hemmingway took out an individual first prize together with the school team consisting of Kate Stocks, Nikitta Gallagher and Jacob Osmond.

The school is delighted with the angus heifer and is also awaiting delivery of a commercial steer, a prize also won in the competition.

The angus heifer arrived today as the school's Field Day was underway for Beef Week.

Wingham High student Jonty Hemmingway won first prize at the Singleton State Judging Competition

Wingham High student Jonty Hemmingway won first prize at the Singleton State Judging Competition

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