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Pig and Goat Pavilion – Fiona Everate talks Miniature Goats

This morning Tristan had the chance to check out the Minature Goat competition. It was the first-ever time the miniature goats have been judged here at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Thanks Tristan Black for the photo!

Fun fact! The smallest breed of goat is the Nigerian Dwarf, they are one of the most common breeds and one of the most expensive ones too. This is because they only produce 1-3L of Milk a day, the milk is higher in protein and sweeter than regular goat milk.

Check out this interview with Fiona Everette, the convenor at the Miniature Goat section.

Harry Hugheshttps://hobohutmedia.com
Harry is an experienced audio producer who’s grown up and lived in Sydney’s south all his life. He has been working as an Audio Producer for Nine Entertainment in their radio division since 2017. Harry also is a freelance audio producer, where he has worked with major brands and individuals producing their radio commercials, film sound design, and music production. Harry is looking to expand his knowledge of the radio and podcasting industries and grow his experience in podcast sound design/production. Harry is an avid photographer and lover of all things technology outside of work. For as long as he can remember, Harry has always had some form of technology in his grasp, whether it be a camera or a computer. Harry also has a deep love for animals of all sizes, and he has immensely enjoyed going to the Sydney Royal Easter Show in the past years.
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