Model & Rose top small cattle Royal interbreed

Interbreed small cattle Royal champions


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The Australian Lowlines were the largest ring at the Royal Queensland Show’s small cattle breed judging on Friday.

The Australian Lowlines were the largest ring at the Royal Queensland Show’s small cattle breed judging on Friday.

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Interbreed small cattle bull champion Australian Lowline Pittsworth Model with handler Riley Wood, Sam Stephens, Bayer, RNA councilor Liz Allen, plus judges Julie Pocock and Caitlin Cox.

Interbreed small cattle bull champion Australian Lowline Pittsworth Model with handler Riley Wood, Sam Stephens, Bayer, RNA councilor Liz Allen, plus judges Julie Pocock and Caitlin Cox.

The Interbreed Champion (Small Breeds) bull, presented by Lendlease, was awarded to Pittsworth Model, exhibited by Pittsworth State High School, sired by Elle Kay Gunargarang out of Allambie Cameron cow. 

The Interbreed Champion (Small Breeds) cow or heifer, sponsored by Lendlease, went to Ausline Jinghi Gully Jipsey Rose, sired by Dunlouise Jipsey Earl and out of Kobblevale Skye cow. 

Interbreed small cattle female champion Ausline Jinghi Gully Jipsey Rose with handler Rebecca Janke, RNA councilors Gary Noller and Liz Allen.

Interbreed small cattle female champion Ausline Jinghi Gully Jipsey Rose with handler Rebecca Janke, RNA councilors Gary Noller and Liz Allen.

The exhibited breeds at this year’s Royal Queensland Show small cattle breeds was Ausline, Australian Lowline, Dexter, Minature Galloways and Belted Galloways.  

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