Maternal traits key at Mallanganee

Shan Goodwin
Updated December 17 2015 - 8:42am, first published April 3 2014 - 4:00am
Ron Dean, "Clifton Pines", Mallanganee, with eight- to 11-month-old Hereford/Simmentals that made $650 to Upton Pastoral, Walcha, at the Casino sale last week.
Ron Dean, "Clifton Pines", Mallanganee, with eight- to 11-month-old Hereford/Simmentals that made $650 to Upton Pastoral, Walcha, at the Casino sale last week.

CROSSBREEDING to achieve a high level of hybrid vigour, opting for breeds with strong maternal aspects and the consistent introduction of quality genetics has provided Casino district weaner specialist Ron Dean the foundation required to continue to produce sought-after lines through a tough season.

Shan Goodwin

Shan Goodwin

Journalist

Journalist for The Land on the North Coast.

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