An impressive Charolais trio bred from a Canadian AI sire have given Vic Mornington Peninsula based stud, Windjammer, a landslide win in the interbreed sire’s progeny class.
The Royal Adelaide Show beef shed is full of exhibitors with decades of cattle breeding experience, but last week a newcomer trumped them all to win Stock Journal’s trophy for most successful beef cattle exhibitor.
NO one could accuse judge Meat & Livestock Australia Meat Standards Australia operations manager Hayley Robinson of showing favouritism in the led steers on-hook section, with a range of breeds taking out broad ribbons.
IT was the day for siblings in the led steers on-hoof judging, with two sets winning both champion and reserve champion ribbons.
The Thompson family have continued their winning streak in the beef cattle junior judging competition, after James Thompson, Yorketown, took out the senior competition this year, following his sister Alexandra’s win last year.
Pine Creek J157 Newsman N003 hit the headlines again winning supreme beef cattle exhibit, just weeks after achieving the same feat at the Ekka in Brisbane.
SA's Lachlan Grossman, Angaston, has taken out the national meat sheep young judges competition held at the Royal Adelaide Show against the country's state champion judges, after he wowed the judges with his extensive stud sheep knowledge.