Bald Blair Angus is proud to be involved in the and Guyra and Armidale community.
Sam loves his angus cattle and is very proud to be able to contribute to the future of the breed in his role as a Director of the Board of the Angus Society of Australia,since May 2016.
Sam is a former Treasurer and now assistant Treasurer for the Guyra Show Society.
Our family sponsors a prize in the cattle section of the Guyra Show each year. We co-contributed to a new cattle shed at the Guyra Show Grounds, in honour of Sam’s father Richard White, to help an expanding show.
Kirsty is a swimming coach with the Guyra Polar Bears Swimming Club
and provides sponsorship for the club to assist with their activities during the Guyra swimming season from October until March.
Bald Blair Angus supports the Bald Blair Public School P &C
each year by making a donation for their assistance with catering for the annual on property bull sale. It is always a great way for the school parents to catch up with each other and locals while raising funds for the bush school across the road.
Bald Blair Angus supports the UNE GRASS (Growing Regional and Agricultural Students in Science)
program and hosts the Industry Placement Scholarship each year.
Bald Blair Angus sponsored the Premier Beef Fest
held for the last two years in Armidale with 160 junior judges and 135 junior paraders.
Bald Blair Angus were delighted to sponsor the 2017 Angus Youth Roundup
which was held in January 2017 at Mt Gambier, SA.
Sam White recently received a Service Recognition Award from the NSW Department of Primary Industries for over 10 years service to the community as a Trustee of the Bald Blair Recreation Reserve Trust.
The Trust overseas the sporting grounds at Bald Blair which are used by the Guyra Polocrosse Club. Sunday morning practices are a great opportunity for the kids to give their horses a bit of exercise.
Sam is a former player and coach of the Guyra Ghosts Rugby Union
team and Bald Blair Angus provides sponsorship to the club each year to assist with the rugby season. We are looking forward to supporting the combined Guyra Glen Innes Club in 2017.
Kirsty is involved in the Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Ladies in Livestock
group. LiL consists of over 60 local female farmers that meet monthly on farms to discuss and learn technical skills, industry updates, share ideas and information. It is a tremendous group that has great momentum and traction for women on the land to improve their skills and connection with each other.