The Henry Lawson High School Show Team are in need of feed for livestock

The highly successful students from The Henry Lawson High School Show Team are calling on members of the public to help them make it to the Sydney Royal Easter Show next year.

The 30 students have received high praise from all across the region for their success at ag shows throughout the year and with their success the students and their cattle have headed up the highway to the Scone Beef Week also known as the Upper Hunter Beef Bonanza, one of the biggest cattle exhibitions in the southern hemisphere, where the students competed over the weekend with their award winning cattle.

However, as the students compete, the school is calling on the community for support with the students also eligible to compete at the Sydney Royal Easter Show next year.

The school has said the team is in desperate need of hay and are asking any locals who can possible help to please donate to the cause.

The students and their cattle compete in led classes, parading and junior judging and need the community to help them to continue to do so.

The team have just returned from the Beef Bonanza in Casino and had a very successful trip, be sure to check out next week's papers to find out all of the prizes and awards the students won on the trip.

Anyone who is able to donate even a single bale is asked to please contact Annika Whale on 0447 130 431 or send an email to annika.whale2@det.nsw.edu.au.

SUCCESS BRINGING HOPE: The Henry Lawson High School are asking the public for help to continue its winning streak.

SUCCESS BRINGING HOPE: The Henry Lawson High School are asking the public for help to continue its winning streak.

ON PARADE: Rhys Hughes on parade at the Beef Bonanza recently.

ON PARADE: Rhys Hughes on parade at the Beef Bonanza recently.