A judge’s job is made much easier with a good steward to keep the cattle flowing through the ring.
WARNERTOWN stud Goolagong has shown Santa Gertrudis cattle for decades, but this year made its debut in the Angus ring.
The Santa Gertrudis breed has claimed its first Royal Adelaide Show supreme beef exhibit and broken a 22 year drought for all breed champion pair on the weekend-
The Highland breed’s traditional history steeped in producing functional cattle shone through grand champion bull exhibit Caleb of Amrabull Park according to judge Jake Phillips, Narracoorte.
A Belted Galloway junior champion bull noticed for its future breeding potential won the top title of grand champion bull under judge Jake Phillips, Naracoorte.
A magnificent rising four-year-old cow from NSW stud Pine Creek continued its remarkable tri-coloured ribbon run as the grand champion Angus female.
It was a clean sweep of Red Poll broad ribbons for Jamestown stud, Moyle Park, with judge, Tim Lord, Bowral, impressed with the breeder’s attention to producing well structured cattle.
Strong sire, Grathlyn Dunlop, bought from a Queensland stud by Knockando Beef Cattle at Cowira, produced two grand champions in the Brahman judging.