Beef Week – Day Five, Western Victoria

Beef Week photos and gallery | Day Five of 2017, Western Victoria

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STUDS in Western Victoria opened their gates to plenty of visitors and prospective buyers during day five of Stock & Land Beef Week.

STUDS in Western Victoria opened their gates to plenty of visitors and prospective buyers during day five of Stock & Land Beef Week.

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At Beef Week 2017 open day, Nick Moyle speaks about some of the exciting things that have happened at the family's Pathfinder Angus stud in the past 12 months.
Will Kinghorn speaks about how the strong beef cattle market has impacted his family's Milroy Hereford stud, Byaduk, and the benefits of taking part in Stock & Land Beef Week.
Alec Moore talks about the successes at Weeran Angus stud in the past year, including the team's move to develop their autumn calving herd by using embryo transfers.
Margaret Williams, Chalon Maine Anjou and Poll Herefords, had some of her cattle on display during Stock & Land Beef Week at the Mt Gambier Showgrounds. Ms Williams said it's important to bring cattle of different ages, in order to display how they will develop.
Chris Muller, Rellum Farms, Mt Gambier, SA said the Simmental breed is the family's breed of choice because of their overall durability.
Natasha Millard, Wahroonga West Maine Anjou, said Maine Anjou are easy going cattle, with quiet temperament.
Leo Cummins explains Twinner cattle and some of the successes the family has had with the breed, which was developed by the US Meat Animal Research Center.
Stock & Land stud stock representative Justin Conlan speaks to Dion Brook, Eloora Shorthorns, about the strength of the industry and the Shorthorn breed. The stud is hosting a beef cattle production information day on February 2, 2017.
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