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A total of 52 registered bulls and eight registered females have been catalogued for the 42nd National Charbray Bull and Female Sale being held at CQLX Gracemere on September 25.
Ingham-based cattle and cane producers Lach and Penny Thomson require high-grade Brahmans to suit their country which is why they've been investing in bulls from the Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale for 15 years.
For Augathella's John and Lorraine Creevey, Brahman content in their commercial crossbreeding operation is essential for their cattle to survive in the dry.
The beautiful nature of the bulls produced by Reldarah Brahmans is one of the key traits that sees the McEvoy family continue to source bulls from the stud at the Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale for use in their pure Brahman commercial breeding program.
Since retiring from teaching in 2004, Mount Larcom's Peter Brady has been enjoying working his predominantly Brahman herd, and the hardiness of the breed has proven vital since the dry set in.
It was to improve the carcase quality and reduce the wool in their Awassi breeding flock that the Davidson family at Towri, near Beaudesert in the Scenic Rim region decided to purchase two Australian White rams.
With the aid of their long-term association with Ascot Neimen stud, the Muller family's primarily pure Braford breeding and fattening operation is running like a well-oiled machine.
For close to four decades the Humphreys family has enjoyed access to a broad range of markets for the Santa Gertrudis x Hereford cross they produce on Welbatch, 30km west of Casino, New South Wales.
To source consistently reliable bulls for use in their commercial breeding operation, the Galloway family on Barrain, north-west of Blackwater have, for decades, been a regular fixture at the Braford National Sale.