Galston High School Farm Team Achieving Excellence at the Sydney Royal Easter Show

The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW’ (“RAS”) Poultry Competition was first held in 1858.

In 2024 the Poultry Section contained over 1250 classes and was open to a wide range of breeds and varieties.

Galston High School (“GHS”) has successfully competed in the RAS Poultry Competition over many years since the school was established some 50 years ago.

The Galston High School Farm Team is achieving excellence at the Sydney Royal Easter Show

In 2024 GHS competed in a number of classes and achieved excellent results, including:

  • Two first-place ribbons in soft feather, beauty bantam, and any breed categories for both males and females.
  • Two second-place ribbons in soft feather categories, specifically in any breed male for both light and heavy standards.
  • Attaining the title of Champion in Schools’ classes for Bantam, soft feather, heavy, and any breed categories.
  • Earning the prestigious titles of Champion in Schools’ Poultry exhibits.
  • Achieving the pinnacle of success with the Supreme School Exhibit, showcasing one of the Bantam Rhode Island Red pullets bred on the school farm.
  • Extending special recognition to Brayton Cannon, who clinched the Open Showmanship title with his White Indian Runner Drake.

Congratulations to Mr Date and the entire farm team!

These accomplishments reflect the skill, passion and commitment to excellence in the field of agriculture and poultry breeding at GHS.

Special thanks to Kollah Cannon and her family, for their exceptional dedication, expertise and hard work in making this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show Poultry Competition an outstanding success for the GHS Farm Team.