Hot dry conditions have meant a challenging year for pinkeye, with some local mobs unfortunately experiencing high disease levels in not just young stock but cow and bull mobs. Where some have traditionally regarded pinkeye as a self-limiting process, with little intervention needed; no-one can ignore that occurrence and severity appears to be increasing, and prevention and treatment strategies are needed to avoid serious production and sale value losses.Read More
Last week we decided to donate a registered heifer to the AuctionPlus North Queensland Flood Relief Charity Auction. The winning bid of $6000 will see the new owner, Geoffrey Porges from J&G Pastoral Co, Orange hand pick their new heifer from a top line up of our future breeders.Read More
Matt had a busy day judging over 170 head at the Angus Youth National Roundup last week.Read More
Spring joining is now well underway in the local district. During this time regular monitoring of your bulls is paramount.Read More
The beef industry will change more in the next 10 years than it has in the last 50 years. We’re in good shape. Our breed is well thought of. We have wonderful programs.
Joe Hampton, American Angus Association President