Considering the current drought the Wallendbeen Wheat Competition unveiled a number of outstanding crops.
Judged by Andrew Daly of Cootamundra, organisers received eight entries in this year's competition.
The winning crop grown by the McLeod family of "Thornleigh" has an estimated yield of more than five tonnes per hectare.
The winning crop received 184.4 points.
The second place crop was entered by Alex Baldry of "Macdoon" Wallendbeen and was of the Coolah variety.
The estimated yield of the crop was 5.37 tonnes a hectare.
The judge awarded the crop 169.4 ponts.
Third place, with an estimated yield of 5.31 tonnes a hectare and 175.2 points was awarded to a crop of Coolah variety grown by Steve Hardie of "Stirling" Wallendbeen.
The judge presented the Trueness to Type Award to Cameron Hazlett of "Braeside", Wallendbeen.
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