The Woodard family, Tualka South, Taroom, have been offering first-rate females at the Ray White Livestock Brangus Commercial Female Sale since 2011 and this year they'll be offering a stunning draft of 130 heifers.
Historically, bulls selected for the upcoming Roma Droughtmaster Bull Sale have been described as a 'buyers dream' by sale committee member Sharon Harms.
Through years of sheer hard work the Comiskey family have achieved their goal of producing a Brangus-focussed beef product which is available in Blackwater and Rockhampton butcher shops and restaurants for the regions community to enjoy.
Carinya bloodlines course strongly through the pure Brahman commercial herd Frank and Kim Jodrell run on Delaym Station, in Mingela, situated between Charters Towers and Townsville.
Allan Williams has been attending the Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale (RBWS) for close to 40 years to source high quality bulls for use in their large-scale breeding program based out of Riverside Station in Nebo.
A beefy 867 lot draft of bulls have been selected by 181 studs for the Australian Brahman Breeders' Association sponsored Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale being held at CQLX Gracemere from October 7 to October 9.
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A passionate believer in the power of regenerative agricultural is using her property to highlight what can be achieved by taking a best practice approach to land stewardship.
Lorraine Gordon explores the future of animal agriculture, aiming to break down misconceptions, both on behalf of farmers and consumers.
The Basalt to Bay project in south western Victoria will see the installation of a new Gallagher electric fence at a property in St Helens, in a bid to increase breeding success of the Southern Brown Bandicoot.
Ahead of their upcoming Spring Sales - the annual Hazeldean Riverina Merino Ram Sale on October 17 and the Hazeldean Merino Monaro Ram Sale on October 31 - Hazeldean reveals a key part to its formula for success.
The Chartered Manager process requires managers to reflect in detail on their management experiences and approach, and then be assessed on their competency in a wide-ranging interview with an assessor.