The couple made the change from driving road trains and school teaching to breeding cattle some 20 years ago and this year they will again present during the Hamilton weaner series a quality draft of Angus weaners that are chocked full of Banquet and Pathfinder-bloodlines.
They have never wanted for a mouthful of tucker in their lives, in fact, they eaten lucerne every day of their life.
Proud of their product, Mrs Wyatt said they were chuffed earlier this year when their Angus heifers, as nine month-old weaners, topped Hamilton’s annual weaner series with a stunning price of $1600 a head or 445c/kg.
“Someone has obviously liked them as much as we did,” she said. “Our calves are born and raised within one kilometre of the ocean.
“They have never wanted for a mouthful of tucker in their lives, in fact, they eaten Lucerne every day of their life.”
The Wyatt’s March//April-drop steer calves will be offered in the Tuesday, January 10, Elders and Landmark All-breeds steer sale while their heifer draft will feature in the Elders/Landmark All-breeds heifer sale on Thursday, January 19.
These are very quiet, well-handled cattle that will steam ahead on a quality pasture.