Beef Week hits southern NSW

Studs in the Albury, Cooma and Holbrook regions of southern NSW opened their gates for day two of Beef Week today. >>>More ...


Rolling goals at Willaura

SEEDSTOCK producer Sam King attributes his family's 36 year-old Bowmont Hereford stud's success to self-benchmarking, ensuring the stud is constantly moving with the times. >>>More ...


Dude's marbling stands out

HAILED an "impressive bovine" by judge Stephen Branson, Mortlake, at the 2014 Royal Melbourne Show, Snowline Such A Dude has gone on to shine the spotlight on the Speckle Park breed's high quality carcase.>>>More ...


Danish genetics at home in Hazelwood

DURING the 2012 Limousin World Congress held in Denmark, one particular bull stopped Mark and Debbie Reynolds in their tracks.>>>More ...


Polled addition fuels demand

LAST year, Gippsland's Warringa Herefords secured some leading Poll Hereford genetics to boost its poll breeding program and give its growing client base the choice to buy horned or polled sires.>>>More ...


Genetics quest lifts business

SOURCING leading genetics from across the world is Caitlin Williams' profession and has been the foundation for success for her family's young and progressive Shrublands Estate Angus and British Whites studs.>>>More ...


Stud's bold commercial goal

GLENBURN-based Webb Black Simmentals have radically shifted their breeding aims with a bold goal to become an elite Simmental stud that repeatedly tops the State's iconic weaner sales.>>>More ...


Mt William's bull packs a punch

PIONEERS of the Charolais breed in Australia, the Abbott family of Mt William Charolais, Willaura, are showing no signs of slowing down their stud's genetic progress as they prepare to celebrate 50 years of stud breeding.>>>More ...


Close eye on the herd

BREEDING better sires comes down to the stud's focus on performance recording, according to Banemore Herefords principal David Jenkin.>>>More ...


Vic Angus moving north

BULLS bred in Western Victoria are finding new homes in some of the most arid parts of Queensland.>>>More ...


Chapter closes for Stawell herd

AFTER 40 years breeding and running Poll Herefords, Mount Difficult stud principal Ted Cole says working cattle was somewhat different to his day job.>>>More ...


Jenna the 'maine' attraction

THE Morham family are accidental stud breeders of sorts.

Seven years ago the family bought a red Maine-Anjou bull to run with their black baldy cows and before long they found themselves at the proverbial breed registry office.>>>More ...


Efficiency: the main goal

FERRUCCIO Tonini of Glenpoll Poll Hereford Stud, Glenrowan, follows one strict breeding motto: keep things efficient.>>>More ...


Table Top champions in the spotlight

SEED stock champions Tim and Jessica Scott of Table Top Angus, near Albury, NSW, are relishing in their 2014 Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria 2014 Heifer Challenge win. >>>More ...


Producers ready for a huge year

WITH rebounding market prices and hot demand for cattle from northern buyers, southern Australian seedstock producers are gearing up for an active selling year.>>>More ...


Stud set to take limelight

JOHN Leek is thrilled his family's Mt Ararat Simmental stud at Nar Nar Goon, Gippsland, will host its first on-farm Beef Week field day this year.>>>More ...


Expansion in the pipeline

A FAMILY team effort has allowed the Doodle Cooma Poll Hereford and Schipps Red Angus studs to expand in size recently with the purchase of a new property.>>>More ...


Tradition lives on at Adelong

FOR Adelong grazier Ross Smith, Glenellerslie Hereford stud, this year's line up of bulls holds a special place in his heart.>>>More ...


Myth busting Blonde bull

ONE look at Rupari Generale d'Poll – a very thick Blonde bull with muscle rippling from shoulder to rump – could cast doubt on the negative myths around polled cattle.>>>More ...


Long history of Red Polls

IAN Coghlan grew up in a family that had bred Red Poll cattle since 1952, when his parents Bill and Mavis Coghlan formed the Ingleden Red Poll Stud at Griffith, NSW.>>>More ...


Breed beaut for butchers

FAYE Tuchtan is convinced of the beef producing ability of the Bazadaise breed and believes the carcase qualities of the French breed could be a win for the Australian beef industry.>>>More ...


Big hopes for new Limo bull

THE telephone at Garren Park has run hot since its latest purchase made its way through the gates last August.>>>More ...


Stud lays strong foundations

A BACKGROUND in project management has helped Anne Marie Barrow make tough decisions that have been vital to Merlewood Angus stud capitalising on its impressive foundation herd.>>>More ...


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Sorry did i get it wrong..? Rankins Springs is still open..?!
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No doubt a few frosted Freddies out there who will wish they had taken a closer look at the AGC
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Matthew, I was wondering if you had followed up this story with the farmer after the whole