The halt to live export trade in 2011 led Central Queensland producer Travis Parry to rethinking his family's breeding program, culminating with the introduction of Speckle Park bulls, five years ago, a decision which has paid off in spades.
Engagement, entertainment and education were key to the formation of the SPI (Speckle Park International) Youth program, which elected its committee in late 2020.
Proven Speckle Park genetics have provided the bedrock to sustained productivity through ceaseless drought conditions across two states for AAA Speckle Park's Denis and Theresa Roberts.
Wattle Grove Speckle Parks' Dale and Bin Humphries determination and belief in the breeds potential has seen Speckle Park recognised as a purebred breed in Brazil, a feat which hasn't been accomplished since Angus were accepted there 35 years ago.
Valuable insights into herd rebuilding, genetic improvement and scaling up across the sector will be delivered to guests at the WagyuEdge 2021 Annual Conference and Tour from April 27 to 29, on the Gold Coast.
For Fullblood Wagyu commercial producers Tony and Zoe Dunne, Sumo Wagyu genetics have proven instrumental in helping them establish their herd.
A genetically rich, 71 lot draft has been selected for the annual Rocky All Stars Elite Brahman Female Sale taking place at Gracemere on March 20.
Day One of the George and Fuhrmann Weaner Sale will see some of the best young British breed heifers and steers from northern New South Wales offered in Casino.
Since founding the Glenlea Beef herd in Tasmania in 1973, the Binny family have had success with Charolais in stud and commercial capacities across a diverse range of country.