Australia’s largest privately owned cattle producer is undertaking a new husbandry pain relief trial.
“Steady as she goes” is the mantra which has led to long-term success for Wakefield Charolais stud principals Greg and Jenny Frizell on their property situated 50 kilometres east of Armidale on the Waterfall Way in the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales.
Two half brothers from the Burenda Angus stud at Kaimkillenbun will now be calling Coolibah station at Roma home, when Daryl and Judy Harland sought out the genetics offered by young sires Burenda Lethal and Burenda L528 at the Black Stump Invitation bull sale at Blackall on Tuesday.
Stage one improvements of the Cloncurry Shire Council sale and dip yards is almost complete thanks to $2.4 million in State Government funding.
Charters Towers Combined Agents yarded a total of 1357 cattle at the prime and store sale at Dalrymple Saleyards on March 15.
Monto Cattle and Country yarded 743 head for their fortnightly fat and store sale, with Prime cattle rates slipping slightly on the back of high kill numbers at the abattoirs, while store cattle prices remained firm to slightly dearer for the better quality cattle.