Dexters at South Coast Field Days Cobargo 23rd & 24th September 2017

FROM LOUISE ON THE DAY AT THE VENUE: South East NSW Promotion group are having a great time this weekend promoting Dexters at the South Coast Field Days. So much interest in Dexters and the public love to see a cow being milked. Marylou is being a star, allowing newer members in the group the chance of trying their hand at milking for the first time. She is such a patient , sweet girl, a perfect beginners cow. So much excitement and broad smiles when they get milk.

 

                                                     

FROM JUDY: Hi Everyone
Just wanted to thank you ALL for your time and effort over the 3 days that made up the Field Days. As they say, “many hands make light work” and great company made for a very enjoyable time. ‘LOUISE’ what can we say but a Huge Thank you for transporting your fantastically well behaved bovines all the way from Coota to Cobargo and back again. A big thank you to Don as well for taking up the slack at home, enabling Louise to do her thing. Finally, to Margaret, these events would run much less smoothly if not for your input from afar. I hope the plumbing was sorted without too much angst.
What a TEAM! You all make my job so easy.
Cheers, Judy

FROM LOUISE: Thanks go to all of the team of the SE group for all of their hard work and time to make this a successful promotion weekend for Dexters. Thankyou Vince and Katherine, Judy and Rob, Steve and Sue, Graham, (and also for being great company at the pub and dinner each night  ) and to yourself Margaret for all of your preparatory work with the photo boards and information for display

                                                  

 

FROM MARGARET: Thanks everybody for excellent feedback. Wish I could have been in two places at once. Thanks Rob for manfacturing great frames to accommodate photo boards. It was amazing anything or anybody could stay upright in that wind

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Logo: Narramidgee Xhosa by Woodmagic Hedgehog 3rd from Colorado Sheila (imported American cow), bred by life-member John Thompson.
Header image depicts Dexter Cattle evolving out of the mists of time and includes an adaptation of Ballycarbery Castle, County Kerry, Ireland.