Bossley Park High School students succeed at 2017 Sydney Royal Easter Show

Agriculture students from Bossley Park High School have had a very successful run at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show.

The students had entered their prized honey, poultry and goats that they had been caring for at the school.

Head Science and Agriculture teacher John Killeen said the students won many ribbons.

Year nine student Trey Allan was awarded a third place in the Angora Weathers parade competition

The school received first places in the Bantam poultry competition for their black Langshan Australian rooster and school egg classes competition for their six duck eggs.

In the National Honey Show school classes competition students also received a first place for their three jars of dark coloured liquid honey.

Bossley Park High School students with some of the ribbons they won at the show.

Bossley Park High School students with some of the ribbons they won at the show.

A Bossley Park High School student showing his prized Angora goat to the judges.

A Bossley Park High School student showing his prized Angora goat to the judges.

Students stand in line while their Angora goats are judged.

Students stand in line while their Angora goats are judged.

A Langshan Australian Bantam rooster on display at the poultry competition.

A Langshan Australian Bantam rooster on display at the poultry competition.

Year nine student Trey Allan was awarded third place in the Angora Weathers parade competition.

Year nine student Trey Allan was awarded third place in the Angora Weathers parade competition.

Student showing their Angora goats during the competion.

Student showing their Angora goats during the competion.

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