Focusing on high growth when selecting bulls is paying off for Mick Kelsall, who's breeding a consistent line of Angus and Angus-cross feeder steers and heifers.
Using Angus genetics in their crossbreeding operation has given Queensland beef producers Peter and Vicki Howard increased marketing options and improved carcase quality.
The Angus breed are pivotal to the management of Doug and Rachelle Cameron's commercial beef program situated north of Augathella in western Queensland.
Over more than 20 years Sandon Glenoch bulls have helped shape the Rynne family's commercial herd on Jilliby in the Western Downs region of Queensland.
An investment in high-performing Angus genetics is paying dividends for the Harvey family, with their grass-fed steers consistently meeting the premium export market.
Commercial Angus operation Clear Springs works under the philosophy that if their cows are in good shape, they will have better in-pregnancy rates and more calfs on ground.
Producing quality Angus feeder steers is the focus for Tooma Station in southern NSW, with their large-scale pasture and grain seed operation playing a key role in maximising weaner growth rates.
Being able to follow cattle through to the end user was the catalyst for a change in production at Kapunda, Armidale, NSW.
Brand verification has represented a mark of quality since the Jack's Creek branded beef program began.
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