We were on a tight schedule for our Roma visit, due to limited overlap between Nick's roster and school holidays. We didn't expect there would be much open on Monday's public holiday, so weren't sure we'd fit in all we wanted to do.
Everything clicked into place really well though and we ticked off our top three missions!
When I read about the free sale yard tours, I definitely wanted to go.
We met on Tuesday at 8:15am for an 8:30am start - and after a quick introduction began a really interesting look at both levels of the facility.
Vaughan elected to stay in the car with Bandit, so he missed out but the rest of us really enjoyed the tour. There was so much to see!
Usually 6,000 to 6,500 cows are sold at each sale - and there are two sales each week. (Cattle in transit are also spelled in the yards). We saw the early stages of the sale and seemingly it would continue to around 7:00pm.
Our guide answered our many questions and we easily spent an hour with him, before heading back to finish packing.