THE Adelaide Show has long been a family affair for the Keach family, Goolwa Beach, and this year it continued with their White Dorper and Australian White sheep.
Diana Keach first competed at Adelaide 70 years ago, as a 10-year-old in the horse arena, and has been involved with the show ever since.
Her great-great-grandfather William Giles was one of the founders of the show, and through the years she has shown sheep at Adelaide with her father, her husband, and now her son Andrew and her grandsons Lachlan, 16, and Matthew, 15.
The Keaches have been breeding White Dorpers since 2006, after having a long family history of breeding superfine Merinos.
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