Wingham Beef Week

 

 

 

Wingham Beef Week is a community-based event with a week-long program focusing on all facets of beef industry.

Wingham Beef Week provides students, juniors and producers with a rare opportunity to participate in live assessment, carcase assessment and evaluation, meat judging, beef appreciation workshops, parading and judging competitions.

The event aims to educate at ground level the next generation of our future junior beef enthusiasts in a hands-on environment to increase their knowledge/exposure to the Australian beef industry through education and competition. Producers use the event to pit their skills, and benchmark their finished product against other producers and industry peers by competing in carcase competitionโ€™s, both led and unled.

Wingham Beef Week is unique being the only such event in the State where participants have the rare opportunity of being invited by Wingham Beef Exports into their processing facility for carcase viewing, assessment and evaluation.

Wingham Beef Week is a subcommittee of Wingham Show Society.

2021 Wingham Beef Week

Online Junior Judging Competition – entries open 1st of June and closing on the 11th of June

From President

Thank you to everyone who has prepared cattle for Wingham Beef Week 2021, unfortunately this yearโ€™s show has been changed once again.

The Wingham Beef Week committee alongside our major sponsor Wingham Beef Exports, want to still offer schools and producers the opportunity to breed, feed and compete with their cattle.

This year we have included the Manning Valley Naturally class that gives grass fed producers a chance at winning extra money for having the best grass-fed exhibit in each class We will ensure that we can provide the most feedback and educational content to keep to our main goal of educating the future men and women of the Australian cattle industry.

Hopefully 2022 will see the return of our standard and normalized Wingham Beef Week events.

Matt Martin – Wingham Beef Week President

Virtual Junior Judging

The Wingham Beef Week committee are glad to announce that they prepared a Virtual Judging section to provide more educational content for the students involved.

We are planning on incorporating a Virtual Junior Judging experience along with a potential Virtual Meat Judging class.

Schools who have previously participated in Wingham Beef Week will be contacted with the details once they are ready to release.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for further details in relation to this event!

CARCASE COMPETITION – SUNDAY 16th MAY, 2021

New Competitions including Pen of 4, Highest MSA Index and Best Grass-Fed Exhibit. Entries are now closed.

VIRTUAL JUNIOR JUDGING

RESULTS

KEEP AN EYE ON OUR FB PAGE

#WBW2021

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2 days ago
Wingham Beef Week

First meeting held in the brand new facility at Wingham Showground. Planning for a bigger and better 2022 event!

Feel free to come along to meetings if youโ€™d like to have some input!

#WBW22 ๐Ÿฎ
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First meeting held in the brand new facility at Wingham Showground. Planning for a bigger and better 2022 event! 

Feel free to come along to meetings if youโ€™d like to have some input! 

#WBW22 ๐Ÿฎ

Comment on Facebook

Nice set up guys. Fingers crossed for next years event!

Sorry that glen and I couldn't make it we are currently in isolation for 2weeks

Would luv to but too far away

Wow ๐Ÿคฉ

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Looks great!

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1 week ago
Wingham Beef Week

Two of our major sponsors Wingham Beef Exports and Meat & Livestock Australia have started working on a small video series that helps educate producers on issues within the industry.

This first video focuses on Liver Fluke.

Cattle with liver fluke grow at a slower rate and can even get sick enough to die.

To check your animal health data from previous Wingham Beef Week events check out the Livestock Data Link website.
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3 weeks ago
Wingham Beef Week

Congratulations to the Elected Executive Committee for the WBW 2022 event.

President: Merv Presland
Vice President: Joshua Gilbert
Secretary: Taryn Worth
Treasurer: Gypsy Marshall

The event will flourish with new members stepping into the executive committee to continue improving on such an exciting event.

The Wingham Beef Week Committee are looking for new members to join in and help.

Next meeting will be held on Wednesday 20th of October, if your interested message the page to be included in the email chain.

#WBW21 into #WBW22 ๐Ÿฎ ๐Ÿฅฉ
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Congratulations Merv. Great news for WBW.

Congratulations Merv

Congratulations to all of you especially Merv Presland

Congratulations Merv & Taryn! ๐Ÿ‘Œ

Great news

Well done all!

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1 month ago
Wingham Beef Week

๐Ÿฎ WBW Virtual Junior Judging 2021 Results! ๐Ÿฎ

RESERVE & GRAND CHAMPION JUDGE ๐Ÿ†

Below is the announcement of the Grand & Reserve Grand Champion Judge for WBW 2021๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ

Again, a huge thank you must be extended to our overjudges Bede and Kate!
If anyone has any questions about assessing cattle or the beef industry in general and would like to get in contact please let us know.

A huge congratulations to all competitors, fantastic job for having a crack at virtual judging when we couldnโ€™t be together for a regular WBW in 2021. Hopefully next year we will see you all for a bigger and better WBW 2022! ๐Ÿฎ
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Congratulations to all entrants! Thanks Wingham Beef Week for coordinating this event.

Well done Nd good for you- keeping on. ๐Ÿ™‚

Yessss Jake

1 month ago
Wingham Beef Week

๐Ÿฎ WBW Virtual Junior Judging 2021 Results! ๐Ÿฎ

The next chunk of results, Intermediate and Senior, are below ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ

Great job guys!
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Good job Hayden Carter

Kerry Carter

Well done Ms McRae

Hayden Carter

Whoooo Scone Grammar School!!!

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1 month ago
Wingham Beef Week

๐Ÿฎ WBW Virtual Junior Judging 2021 Results! ๐Ÿฎ

This is what you all have been waiting for!
Thank you all for your patience, we know you have been eagerly awaiting the results.

Firstly, an immense thank you must be extended to Bede Mcalpin and Kate Johnston for accepting the responsibility of overjudging our virtual contest. It was no easy task and we are very grateful for their shared experience with us all.

The results will be released in stages, with firstly the Primary and Junior below ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ

Thank you to all our super young judges for their entries!
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Very proud of our students, staff and community members who are helping to develop our Ag program here at MVAC. Thanks to Wingham beef week and the over judges for making this competition possible. It will be a wonderful teaching and learning resource for many years to come.

Congratulations to all our MVAC winners.

Woohoo! Luke Day 5th ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ

Looking good mate

Congratulations Amba ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿป

Congratulations Amba. Great job.

Awesome work Amba ๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŽ‰

Fantastic Lucy. Well done. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Bundarra Central School

Well done Luke

Kilkivan P-10 State School Luke got a 5th!!!

Woohoo Scone Grammar School !

Go team Weismantel ๐ŸŽ‰

Woohoo MVAC๐Ÿ˜ƒ

Well Done to All

Natalie Weismantel ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ

Nicolie Thomas

Manning Valley Anglican College

Kylie Chapman

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Beef Cattle - Education through Competition

Wingham Beef Week is a community based event with a week long program which aims to provide school students and the general public with a variety of meaningful activities centred around the Beef Industry