Another photo from the Sydney Royal Easter Show... inspecting the Archibulls!
The Archibull Prize is a fun program where school students create artwork on a life-sized fibreglass cow that centres around an allocated theme. The students also participate in opportunities to explore farming in Australia, learn about the food and fibre produced in Australia, and get to meet young Australian farmers.
If you are visiting the Sydney Royal Easter Show be sure to check out the Animal Nursery! We even saw some chickens hatch!!
What an incredible week we have just had at the Sydney Royal Easter Show!
If you are yet to visit the show be sure to check out the District Exhibits in the Woolworths Fresh Food Dome...
This one is from the Southern District, showcasing food and fibre from our local area. The District Exhibits are a year-long project for each region that results in the these amazing displays showcasing local fruit, vegetables, grains, pulses, wool, and other produce. There is more than 50,000 pieces of fresh food used to create the exhibits! We loved the cotton picker and giant pumpkins!!
We're back in Sydney - this time for the Sydney Royal Easter Show! But first a visit to Bondi Beach...
The question I get asked a lot, is "Is there a female Lego Farmer?"
And the answer is YES!!
Our girl is more behind the scenes (and behind the camera), but today she is in the spotlight!
Women play an important role in all agricultural - in fact, they "make up 43 per cent of the world’s agricultural labor force, which rises to 70 per cent in some countries".
With International Women's Day this Tuesday, we take the opportunity to celebrate all Rural Women and the contribution they make to our society.
Source: World Farmer's Organisation
Little BRICK Pastoral celebrates Australian agriculture through unique photos of a Lego farmer.
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