The market flexibility the Charbray provides has been essential to ensuring the success of the Stewart family's commercial breeding program for more than 40 years.
While Wayne and Judy Moxham-Price are beginning to take the foot off the gas in relation to their cattle business, their fondness for crossbred Droughtmaster cattle remains vital.
While the Handley family have switched tack from targeting the organic market to producing for the feedlots in the past 12 months, the Droughtmaster remains prominent in the crossbred article they produce.
The consistency that the Flower family has achieved with their Santa Gertrudis x Hereford crossbreeding program, in relation to the article they're producing and the returns they receive from repeat buyers continues to provide them with confidence in achieving their objectives.
Brafords have proven to be a top crossbreeding option over the years for the King family, providing them with great market flexibility with the article they produce.
Ensuring generational success with Charbray genetics was front and centre in the minds of vendors when selecting their drafts for the 43rd National Charbray Sale being held on September 28.
New barley variety 'Beast' is set to enhance the productivity and resilience of growers across Australia.
Stud producers have a chance to purchase some of Ben Nevis Angus stud's highly regarded females on October 13.
The Te Pari T30 Scale System streamlines animal handling tasks for a safer and more efficient operation.
Hazeldean Merinos will hold its stud ram sales at the Riverina on Oct 15, Monaro on Oct 29 and the Best of the Best Rams sale on Jan 17 with hundreds of top performing sires available.