DAY two of the 130th Gunnedah Show provided visitors of all ages a variety of different activities and exhibits.
The morning offered a strong rural aspect with judging in a variety of different livestock categories such as cattle, sheep and poultry.
Along with competitive livestock, the petting zoo and working dog displays gave visitors young and old a taste of country lifestyle.
Gunnedah Show Society president said this year’s wool competition was one of the strongest in the 130 year history of the Gunnedah Show.
“The wool section is virtually full,” Mr Witts said.
“With 50-odd fleeces entered I don’t think we could have fit many more.”
Throughout the day, some of the region’s best horse riders will put their skills on show in events such as show jumping, dressage and equestrian.
The Namoi Valley Independent will have continued coverage of the Gunnedah Show throughout the day including a live stream of the grand parade from 2.30pm.