Beef Week – Day Four in South Australia and western Victoria

Beef Week gallery and videos | Day Four of 2018, South Australia and western Victoria

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IN ONE of the biggest Stock & Land Beef Week open days so far, 33 beef studs in South Australia and western Victoria opened their gates to visitors from far and wide.

IN ONE of the biggest Stock & Land Beef Week open days so far, 33 beef studs in South Australia and western Victoria opened their gates to visitors from far and wide.

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

Rebecca Rundell has been in the beef industry for over 20 years, but this is her first year entering her Shady Creek Angus stud in Stock & Land Beef Week.
Frontiere Limousin stud principal Greg Frost said they sold eight bulls to Mexico in 2017.
Bassano Angus stud principals Jane and Ron Stewart have been in Stock & Land Beef Week for 19 years, and said the event is a good opportunity to showcase sale bulls.
Weeran Angus stud co-principal Alec Moore said they have had a good influx of people through their gates for Stock & Land Beef Week.
Milroy Herefords stud co-principal Will Kinghorn said the herd are looking good after a positive season.
Banemore Herefords stud co-principal David Jenkin said Stock & Land Beef Week is a good opportunity to sit down and talk to new and existing clients.
Bra-Ma Herefords stud principal Bray Milstead exhibited his cattle at the Mt Gambier Showgrounds.
Rellum Farms Simmental stud principal Grantley Muller said the profile of the Simmental breed is lifting, with more people looking to get into the breed.
Six Creeks Simmental stud principal Brad Creek said he had already sold three of his six bulls, early on day four of Stock & Land Beef Week.
Caladenia Limousin stud principal Michael Black brought stock to the Mt Gambier Showgrounds, participating in Stock & Land Beef Week for the first time this year.
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