Two big days at Naracoorte saleyards|GALLERY

Two big days at Naracoorte saleyards|GALLERY The recipient of the best presented pen of the first cross ewe lamb sale on November 20, Duane Simon, of McMahon Bros, Lameroo, with his ribbon.
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The PPHS team of Robin Steen (left), Josh Manser and Jason Mahney get the sale going.

Livestock SA’s SE committee members taking in day two of the big annual sheep sale: vice chair Lachie Grundy (left), chair Peter Stock and secretary Tom Dawkins.

SAL stock agent Luke Crossling and Renea Boddington with Fergus Boddington.

Jeff and Sue East of Naracoorte look over the yarding at the first cross ewe sale on November 13.

With their best presented pen are Peter (left), Tim and Greg Williams, of Bordertown, and their stock agent Kym Lovelock of Spence Dix and Co.

Animal health specialists Amanda Giles and Ella Duldig at the first cross ewe sale on November 13.

Local sheep breeder Arnie Pfitzner looks over the yarding as the first cross ewe sale gets underway in the background.

Canteen ladies Nicole Haynes, Annie Borg, Mel Jordan, Ginny Harvie and Jo Moore keep things running.

Chris Escott from Naracoorte and Mark Treglown from Poolaijelo.

It was shoulder to shoulder sheep at another huge first cross ewe sale on November 13.

Rachel Withers from Lochaber and Ben Stark from Stewarts Range at the first cross ewe sale on November 13.

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