Morawa Ag College goes on show for its open day
The WA College of Agriculture in Morawa threw open its doors to visitors on August 3 for its annual open day.
The event aimed to showcase the school’s facilities, with visitors able to view all aspects of student life at the 3500ha farm and residential campus.
Tours operated all morning, giving visitors the chance to check out the college’s farm enterprises — from cattle, a piggery, and sheep to the cropping program and the campus.
Demonstrations throughout the day included fencing, workshop skills and shearing.
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The morning culminated in a grand parade, led by two of the college’s horse riders, with other students driving heavy machinery and farm vehicles.
WA’s other agricultural colleges will hold their open days this month, including the WA College of Agriculture in Denmark’s open day taking place on August 31 and the WA College of Agriculture in Cunderdin open on September 6.
The WA College of Agriculture in Harvey held its open day in May.
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