Beef Week preview

20/04/2019 Posted by admin

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What’s on at ShrublandsDuring Beef Week, Shrublands will display theirBritish White bulls, available for sale or lease,and first-cross calves. Thebreed is known for itsmothering abilities,heat toleranceand high carcase yield.

According to Caitlin Williams, the stud use British White bulls (pictured below) across theirAngus females as back up bulls, with the calveskeeping up with the growth of the Angus and meat quality exceptional. Last year, they foundfirst-cross British White steers produced a higher carcase weight than their purebred Angus paddock mates.

New stud sire on displayHeatherington Park Poll Herefords introduce new stud sire “Days Brigadier G101” by the great Allendale Waterhouse D1.

G101 was reserve senior champion at Dubbo National in 2013 behind the $95,000 grand champion. Brigadier sold for $40,000, and a son wonitsclass at Wodonga in 2016and soldfor $44,000.

Heatherington Park’s first son, Heatherington Brigadier L40, out of a Bowen Vincent V1 daughter, is available for sale on Day 3 of Beef Week. L40 weighed 437kg, when weaned at ninemonths, scanned + 98 for EMA and + 3.8 for IMF at 17 months, and weighed 846kgat 19 months.

Other rising two year old bulls by Allendale Robin Hood D194 and AI sire Yalgoo Boulder Z250 are also for sale.

On display will be weaner bulls andretained heifersby Brigadier G101, while other weaner Brigafier heifers will be for sale.

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Woonallee Simmentals

The Woonallee ladiesThis year sees the return of the special ‘Elite Ladies Sale’ into the Woonallee sale program of Simmental based genetics that excel on grass fed performance.

The Baker family’s Woonallee Simmentals will be offering 40 registered females in a twilight 4pm sale on Wednesday February 8.

Both traditional and black females will be included, catering for the seedstock industry enquiry since their previous such sale in 2014.

“There will be a mix of ages, but predominantly young cattle representing all our latest successful bloodlines,” Tom Baker said. “Some will be PTIC to our top Woonallee sires, while young unjoined heifers will also feature.”

This will be a great supporting event for the feature sale, Woonallee’s 10th annual Elite Production bull sale the following day.

One hundred and tenbulls will be on offer from 2pm on Thursday February 9, when 40 traditional, 55 black and 15 SimAngus will go through the ring, catering for all beef programs and budgets.

Woonallee ‘Ladykiller’(P) has literally swept everything before him in the past six months to dominate the show-ring and while he is being retained, there is unprecedented depth of quality on offer right to the very end of the offering.

Leading the offering is the very impressive traditional bull, Woonallee Los Angeles (P), while the black offering is led by Woonallee Lamborghini (P), a bull as smooth, impressive and powerful as his car namesake.

The bulls and females look an absolute treat and in the great 2016 season Woonallee was able to fully express their renowned genetic potential.

The South Australian studbacked up its Adelaide all breeds bull winby taking out supreme beef exhibit at theRoyal Melbourne Show in September.

The selection policies and genetic selections in the Woonallee breeding program have a total commercial focus, enabling the Baker family to turn off young weaner cattle (such as the10-month-old heifers pictured) on a consistent basis, even in a tight spring and summer such as2015/16.

The stud’s field day for inspections will be on February 7, making for three action packed days in a row at Woonallee. Regular updates and full sale catalogues will be available on the Woonallee website at梧桐夜网woonalleesimmentals南京夜网.

High Spa’sbull focusHigh Spa will feature an outstanding selection of January to March/April 2016 born “M” yearling bulls on January 29, day three of Beef Week.Visitors totheir Daylesfordproperty are welcome between 9am and 6pm, where displays and information will be easily accessible and refreshments available.

A small selection of working age bulls will be available, alongside the recently selected group of yearlings. The 200-day weights of the yearlings are a testament to their pedigrees both on the sire and the dam side.

Among the featured sires of the yearlings are VAR Reserve, Sydgen Trust, Lawson’s Invincible C402 and High Spa Johnson J94 (of Coonamble Elevator). Reserve, Trust, Invincible and Elevator were featured in last year’s Angus Australia listing of 50 sires that have had the most progeny in Australia in the past twoyears, a popularity reflecting proven excellence in their breeding.

From High Spa’s viewpoint, the description of Sydgen Trust being a “sound and docile” bull are traits that are true and have been stamped on his High Spa progeny.Brian and Theresa of High Spa saw Trust for themselves at the Origen semen collection centre in Billings USA a couple of years ago and wereimpressed with how well preserved he was for his age and how beautifully quiet and proud he stood.

VAR Reserve has jelled particularly well with High Spa dams demonstrating his versatility; producing thick, fast growing bulls that already display heaps of potential. Also rubbing off on the young bulls is Reserve’s temperament; he is currently in the list of the top 100 Angus sires for docility EBV.

One of the yearling bulls sires High Spa is very keen on is their own home grown sire High Spa Johnson J94.J94 was considered so highly of he was collected before sale to use as an AI sire over High Spa cows he will compliment.He has done an outstanding job this year producing progeny with excellent growth, style and carcase. J94’s sire Coonamble Elevator is a trait leader for 200, 400 and 600 day growth and carcase weight and is in the top 1 per centof the breed for those traits in Australia.

High Spa has taken steps via the Pfizer Star program to ensurebulls will not introduce reproductive diseases into other herds.For more information, call5348 2357 or visit梧桐夜网highspa南京夜网419论坛

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