THE Nash family have staged what other have called a coup at the Geelong Show carcase competition last night, with seven entries taking home 11 awards.
Don Nash and young relative Toby took out both class 3 (441-550kg) and class 2 (351-440kg) of the competition with Limousin-Murray Grey cross yearlings.
In class two, the Lara producers also took out second and third, while Don was given reserve champion carcass and Toby – grand champion carcass, among a swag of other awards.
Class 1 was taken out by Barry Lugg, Freshwater Creek, also with a Limo-Murray Grey cross.
Don Nash attributed the win to the better season and good grass.
A lamb carcase competition was also held yesterday, with Nigel Greenaway, St Arnaud, staging a similar feat with about 10 awards, including champion carcass of the show, best prime lamb exhibit on hoof and on hook and best pen of 3 (16-19.9kg) on hoof and on hook.
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