Using Simmental genetics has opened up new markets for Bill and Larissa Holzwart at St Ann's Station.
For Karen Smoothy, having quiet cattle is crucial. So using Simmental genetics in her herd is working wonders.
Although it's only early days, Justin O'Connor is pleased with how his new Black Simmental and Superblack sires have performed, with the first of their calves hitting the ground now.
Brangus have allowed the Meteyard family to market their cattle with ease since they introduced the breed into their Pentland-based operation in 2008.
Despite contending with drought conditions for the eight years prior to 2020, Belmont Reds breeder Peter Schmidt said the drought resistance and foraging ability of the breed proved ever-reliable through that time.
For Barranga Grazing managers Rob and Annie Donoghue the utilisation of Brangus bulls as a rotational crossbreeding option in the family-owned commercial cattle operation has proven to be a reliable fit.
A striking draft of 37 Senepol Australia Registered Bulls have been selected for the Namoona Trig (NT) Senepols Invitational Sale to be conducted online only from 10am on Monday, June 22.
While wool production is the bread and butter of Stuart Mitchell's operations on Cashel Vale, 20km south of Bollon along the Wallam Creek, he's also having success with his commercial crossbred Ultrablack herd.
Mike and Sue Pratts connection to Merinos goes back to their respective childhood years growing up on their families sheep properties.
The Mims family have been running a pure bred Merino flock since 1964 with the breed proving time, and time again to be an ideal match for their 12,500 hectares of country on Tucson, 40km south of Winton.