Life as we know it has changed and the online world has never been more important. ACM is proud to announce the return of its online promotional opportunity and competition - Sire Shootout.
The inaugural event became a platform to launch the $180,000 Nicneil Sugar Daddy and helped in securing cross-border private sales. We saw 66 public auctions bulls sold to average $24,303
If you have a standout sire for sale in 2021 don’t miss this opportunity to increase his value and show him off to the seedstock world!
Following the success of the 2020 Sire Shootout event attracted more than 12,400 views online and on Facebook with an audience from around the world including the United States of America, Canada, Cambodia, Egypt, New Zealand and South Africa.
In addition to this, the online catalogue was read more than 2300 times while the viewer's choice polling page received at least 24,000 page views.
ACM has an online audience of 626,301 through our websites and 542,587 through social media, how far will your bull go?
Nominations open from Thursday May 20 until Thursday June 3, 5pm with your contributed photos and videos of each individual animal due June 10 and no later than June 24,5pm. These will be collated by our team 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 8 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 2021 through either a private treaty or a public auction.
Entry fee is $200 per head + GST.