Hear the judge’s thoughts on the interbreed bull

Hear the judge’s thoughts on the Beef Australia 2018 interbreed bull

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Bec Skene, Meldon Park Simmental Stud, Cecil Plains, leading their interbreed champion bull, Meldon Park Major Player.

Bec Skene, Meldon Park Simmental Stud, Cecil Plains, leading their interbreed champion bull, Meldon Park Major Player.

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Judge Brett Nobbs has described the Beef Australia 2018 interbreed champion bull as a “standout”.

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Judge Brett Nobbs, NCC Brahmans, Duaringa, has described the Beef Australia 2018 interbreed champion bull as a “standout”.

Mr Nobbs replaced Brett Kinnon, Bungoona Brahmans, Clermont, as the judge for the event on Thursday afternoon.

“It’s certainly great to see that so many exhibitors are still embracing Beef 2018 and bringing their best here for the judges to assess,” Mr Nobbs said. 

“When he walked into the ring – I kind of admired him in the parade and followed him all the way through – he just had the most sire potential.

“He had that real sire’s outlook,  good broad head and hooded-eye, real muscular.” 

The story Hear the judge’s thoughts on the interbreed bull first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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