Class B33

B - British and Australasian Sheep Breed

Dates  |  Friday 11 and Saturday 12 March 2022
Head Steward  |  Josh Kippin (Mob: 0477 427 590) and Robyn Adams (Mob: 0447 891 998)
Stewards |   P English, A Dohle, C Moffatt
Office  |  D Dohle, N Moffatt
Entry Fee |   $9 Members, $11 Non-members Exhibitor must be current Financial Member if claiming Member Entry Fees.
Entries Close |   28 February at 5pm NO LATE ENTRIES
Entry Form  |  Apply online or see centre pages of the schedule (yellow form)
Prize Money |   First $15, Second $8
Judging Commences |   11 March at 8am
Penning  |  Sheep to be penned by 7pm Thursday, 10 March
Presentation  |  Friday 6pm, B&A Sheep Shed
Dates |   Friday 11 and Saturday 12 March 2022


All breeds are encouraged to pen Thursday, but MUST be penned by Friday 7am. Livestock vehicle passes will be issued from the B&A Office on presentation of waybill when delivering sheep. No vehicle will be permitted on the grounds without this pass after 7am Friday. All vehicles to be removed to parking areas immediately after unloading.

Judging will commence at 8am Friday. Check judging schedule Friday morning for times.

Scanning will be done on the Thursday evening. Exhibitors are required to present sheep before 7pm. There will be no scanning on Friday morning.

No exhibits may depart before 4pm Saturday. NO Parking at loading ramps prior to 4pm. See noticeboard for order of departure. Departures will be strictly supervised by stewards.

Feeding and watering of sheep to be owner's responsibility. Containers will be provided. Half a bale of straw will be supplied for bedding by Society per pen. No extra straw for bedding allowed on grounds.

Sheep area will be patrolled by security throughout Thursday and Friday nights.

The Society shall be under no liability for any loss or damage suffered by an exhibitor in respect of any property exhibited by him or her, whether caused by or attributable to the negligence of the Society or of any of its servants or agents otherwise howsoever. The Society will not be responsible for any accident that may be caused through or by any exhibit or exhibitor and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Society blameless and indemnified accordingly.

Stewards may refuse to admit, and judges are empowered to disqualify any vermin infested or diseased sheep. To ensure compliance with this condition, ALL EXHIBITS WILL BE EXAMINED BY A QUALIFIED INSPECTOR and if in their opinion any infringement is made the exhibits must immediately be removed from the grounds.

1. No sheep to compete in more than one class unless specified.
2. All sheep competing must be from a registered flock in a recognised flock book.
3. Flock No of Breeder and date of shearing must be shown on entry form.
4. Exhibitors are specially requested to make themselves thoroughly conversant with the Regulations printed in the Schedule and to comply with them.
5. Novice Breeder is a Breeder who has never won a class at Wagin Woolorama or a Royal Show.
6. Sheep entered in Long Wool Interbreed must display a minimum of 6 months wool.
7. All sheep to come from an accredited Brucellosis free flock.
8. Each exhibitor is restricted to a total of 15 sheep.


  1. Single exhibit classes maximum of three entries per class per exhibitor unless otherwise stated in the schedule.
  2. Pair of group classes max of one entry per stud
  3. Group classes to be selected from exhibits in general classes
  4. The committee reserves the right to restrict the number of entries in any class should the need arise.
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Ile De France Class B33: Pair of Rams under 1 year showing milk teeth. Entry Fee: $11.00 Online Competition Entries will open in January 2022 Sponsors: Farm Weekly; Elders; Unigrain; Milne Feeds; 4Farmers; Nutrien Ag Solutions; GENSTOCK; Zoetis Australia; Great Aussie Stock Aids; WAMMCO International; Poll Dorset Association of Australia; McGuffie Transport; National Australia Bank; Anitone; Yonga Downs White Suffolk Stud; BJG Ag Mechanical Services Prizes: 1st - $30, 2nd - $15