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Life, as we know it, has changed and the online world has never been more important.
Have you got a standout sire for sale in 2020?

This is the chance to show him off to the world!

ACM is proud to announce the launch of a new online promotional opportunity and competition - Sire Shootout. Limitations may be in place on travel and visitors at the moment but that doesn’t mean your animal has to go unnoticed. Sire Shootout is an opportunity to promote your bulls far beyond your local clientele, outside of your state border, and as far as an international audience. Beyond the prizes and competition status on offer, this is one of the best marketing opportunities we have ever offered.

Following the success of the Beef Battle which was viewed on the website more than 17,000 times and an additional 24,000 times on social media across at least 50 different countries. Exhibitors in the Beef Battle reported private sale offers of up to $50,000 while others fielded interest in semen and eggs from across the world.

ACM has an online audience of 626,301 through our websites and 542,587 through social media, how far will your bull go?

Entries open from May 11 until June 26 with your contributed photos and videos of each individual animal due by June 26. These will be collated by our team at Wild Colt Productions and a team of judges will then cast their eyes over each animal. The live judging will be broadcast across ACM’s six agriculture mastheads (North Queensland Register, Queensland Country Life, The Land, Stock and Land, Stock Journal and Farm Weekly) for to a global audience from July 6 to July 9 culminating in a supreme bull award.

Each stud can nominate a maximum of four bulls and is open to Australian animals only. The animal must be registered with a breed society and for sale in 2020 through either a private treaty or a public auction.