The Bazadaise numbers weren't high at the Royal Queensland Show on Thursday, but the quality was.
Sole exhibit, Nioka Genesis, exhibited by Sonya Comiskey of Southern Cross Beef, Emerald, won grand champion bull.
The 34-month-old bull has had an average daily gain of 0.86kg, which took him to 870kg on show day.
Nioka Genesis also boasts a P8/rib fat depth of 4/4mm and eye muscle area of 144sq cm.
Judge James Pisaturo of Veejay Downs Charolais stud, Inga Downs, Dingo, said although there was only one exhibit, he could see what the breed was trying to accomplish.
"An animal like this is going to put plenty of lean meat yield into the carcase. There's a lot of efficiency of production. I really admire the length of body. There's a lot of top in him and there's a lot of high value meat in that top top line on this young sire," Mr Pisaturo said.
Mr Pisaturo said he was a credit to the breeders, was still a very industry-focused bull, and had a place in the industry to create efficient production and push extra yield into carcases.
Sonya Comiskey said she was really pleased to hear the judge's remarks.
"Everything the judge said was what we were aiming for with this bull, so it was a great to receive that feedback, Ms Comiskey said.
Nioka Genesis was junior champion at Beef 2021.
Judge: James Pisaturo
No. of exhibits: 1
Grand champion bull: Nioka Genesis, exhibited by Sonya Comiskey, Southern Cross Beef, Emerald
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