STUDS throughout southern New South Wales opened their gates to the public on Monday, to kick off Stock & Land Beef Week.
IN ORDER to breed the best, you’ve got to invest in the best genetics yourself, according to Newcomen Hereford stud principal Barry Newcomen.
WEST Gippsland farmers Greg and Fiona O’Brien leased a Belgian Blue bull two decades ago, and after being so impressed by its progeny, haven’t looked back.
SCIENCE underpins the breeding philosophy of Bill and Annie Lack, Willack Poll Hereford Stud, located between Heyfield and Cowwarr in Gippsland.
THE Alegria Poll Hereford stud herd at Tallandoon began with females purchased at dispersal sales since 2004.
CULLA-based stud Kurra-Wirra Red Angus and Senepols sell the majority of its bulls to northern buyers, who appreciate the breeds’ fertility and heat tolerance.
ORIGINALLY only anticipating to get into cattle as a hobby for retirement, Brian and Roslyn Galligan soon found themselves registering their own Limousin stud.
STOCK & Land Beef Week kicks off in just under two week’s time, with 196 beef studs currently preparing to open their gates to the public.