Countdown to agricultural showcase
The countdown is on to the State's biggest regional agricultural show.
More than 350 commercial exhibitors will show off the latest livestock, produce and innovations in machinery at this year's Wagin Woolorama.
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Held on March 7-8, the 2014 Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama will showcase more than 1000 sheep, cattle, horses and chooks in competitions, working sheep dogs, hourly fashion parades, art, photography, crafts, wool handling and shearing demonstrations, along with plenty of free entertainment.
Children, accompanied by a parent will be able to enter the event for free.
Director General of the Department of Agriculture and Food Rob Delane said Woolorama helped bridge the city-country divide and promoted an awareness of WA agriculture and food.
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