An inherent passion for the land has seen Eidsvold’s Dingle family thrive though five generations and a span of 90 years and counting.
Since introducing Brangus genetics into his Brahman-based herd in 2015, Calliope’s Steve McBride has seen a dramatic improvement in the cattle being produced through their commercial and stud operations.
Central Queensland’s George and Kim Sypher are getting good results out of the crossbreeding operation they began eight years ago using black Brangus bulls over Brahman and Droughtmaster females.
According to Australian Simmental Breeders Association (ASBA) executive officer Felicity Reeves there is a Simmental to suit any producer, right across Australia.
Ben Olive sees a light at the end of the tunnel every day when he leaves his job working in the coal mine at Curragh, in CQ, to head home and live his dream of producing quality black Brangus cattle with his family.
Although they’ve purchased other breeds since, the Jansen family have achieved top results for 14 years using the Simmental as a crossbreeding option.
Six central and southern breeders assembled a field of 140 steers for the 2018 Brangus Carcase Competition and Open Day held on June 13.
Commercial breeders Mark and Katrina Brown, are moving from strength to strength with their operations, and say their decision to build their beef business around the Brangus breed is working out well.
The remarkable Central Highlands Colt Starting Challenge will return for it’s sixth successive year at the Ag-Grow Emerald Field Days this year.
The ever-popular Roma Rugby Races will return to Bassett Park on June 23, promising a spectacular day of action on and off the track for guests.