Beef Week – Day Two in southern New South Wales and northern Victoria

Beef Week gallery and videos | Day Two of 2018, southern New South Wales and northern Victoria

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THE rain came down on day two of Stock & Land Beef Week, but that did not dampen the spirits of studs who opened their gates to visitors.

THE rain came down on day two of Stock & Land Beef Week, but that did not dampen the spirits of studs who opened their gates to visitors.

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See a gallery of images from the open day, as well as videos from stud principals, below.

Rotherfield stud co-principal Andrew Hore said they'd had a difficult season, but thankfully some early summer rain had helped the herd get up to scratch.
Table Top Angus stud co-principal Tim Scott said the RASV Heifer Challenge is a good opportunity to show off the future of the herd.
Le Martres stud principal Leon Martin said the stud is celebrating 30 years of breeding this year.
Eurimbla Red Poll and Shorthorn stud co-principal Ian Coghlan said they focus on the commercial attributes of both breeds.
Garren Park Genetics co-principal Karen Hedger said they received a lot of rain on their Stock & Land Beef Week open day.
Huon Charolais stud principals Judy and David Gray said they had had a fair bit of interest in heifers during their Stock & Land Beef Week open day.
Landfall Angus stud co-principal Ed Archer said the Tasmanian-based stud ships cattle to the New South Wales/Victorian border to display to existing and new clients.
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