There was a sundowner grazing platter for those who wanted to stick around after the field day.
Bert and Agatha Veenendaal, Serpentine enjoying the field day.
Twenty per cent of the auction proceeds went towards Regional Men's Health. Co-ordinating the auction were Tom Hayes (left), Men's Regional Health, Elders auctioneer Wayne Mitchell and Elders, Albany, representative Claire Grainger.
CSBP area manager Albany Ashley Juers (left), and Harry Alers, Busselton.
One of the major sponsors of the field day was the Coles Group. Taking a break during the day were Coles Orana store manager Sage Bailey (left), and Coles store manager Albany Plaza Lisa Merrick.
Local stockman Steve Moir (left) with the stock handling practical section winners. Winning the section was Josh Coole, WACOA Denmark (team one), Jorja Waters, WACOA Denmark (team two) was second and Brendan Quick, Great Southern Grammar came in third.
Two students recieved $100 awarded by Gate 2 Plate, which was put in a bank account with Bendigo Bank for their good behaviour and participation at Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate School Challenge. Pictured were Gate 2 Plate committee president Jarrod Carroll (left), Bendigo Bank manager Albany, Natasha Thompson, Harvey Beef representative Adele Martin, with WACOA Harvey student Toby Emott and WACOA Cunderdin student Chloe Taylor.
THE Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate Challenge field day and Schools Challenge was back in action at the Lyon family's Willyung feedlot, Albany, last month.
In addition to the challenge, the Harvey Beef Gate 2 Plate field day incorporated a number of quality speakers covering a host of topics.