Limousin proves too strong at Bundaberg Show

Kelly Mason
Updated May 30 2024 - 4:28pm, first published 4:25pm
Maddox Forman, Oakwood Limousins, Bundaberg, judge Matthew McCamley and handler Olivia Mason, Bundaberg Christian College, and the supreme Bos taurus exhibit, Oakwood Mimi. Picture: Kelly Mason
Maddox Forman, Oakwood Limousins, Bundaberg, judge Matthew McCamley and handler Olivia Mason, Bundaberg Christian College, and the supreme Bos taurus exhibit, Oakwood Mimi. Picture: Kelly Mason

Fresh off the back of their Beef 2024 interbreed success, Oakwood Limousin genetics once again proved too strong at the Bundaberg Show on Thursday.

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Kelly Mason

Kelly Mason

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South east journalist covering stories from rural and regional Queensland. kelly.mason@queenslandcountrylife.com.au

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