Producing quality Angus feeder steers is the focus for Tooma Station in southern NSW, with their large-scale pasture and grain seed operation playing a key role in maximising weaner growth rates.
Being able to follow cattle through to the end user was the catalyst for a change in production at Kapunda, Armidale, NSW.
Brand verification has represented a mark of quality since the Jack's Creek branded beef program began.
A gentle, balanced approach to farming combined with a quality line of Angus beef cattle is proving a recipe for success for hatted establishment, The Zin House, at Mudgee.
Hugh and Sheridon Brown have been weaner producers for many years, but they've branched out this year, adding a small paddock-to-plate program to the business.
Teacher Jamie Andrews says he not only gets quality bulls from Knowla Livestock, but is learning from some of the best in the business with advice from James and Ted Laurie.
The driving force behind the success of Te Mania Angus in Australia, Andrew Gubbins has been unwavering in his support of performance recording and new technologies to fast track the breed's genetic progress.
There's nothing Gerald Archer enjoys more than catching up with other Angus breeders on his annual trip to visit Landfall clients throughout Australia.
The versatility of a Speckle Park-Angus crossbred animal attracted commercial and stud breeders, Steve and Sal Armstrong, of Walcha, NSW. They use bulls, artificial insemination (AI) and embryo transfer (ET) to diversify Speckle Park genetics.