Sydney’s best takes out Dubbo’s grand

Sydney’s best takes out Dubbo’s grand


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Niaomi Evans holds The Land framed trophy presented by Dubbo Livestock Sales' Lisa Duce for the grand champion, Nagol Park XLT M104 (P) exhibited by Niaomia and husband Roger Evans with son, Josh.

Niaomi Evans holds The Land framed trophy presented by Dubbo Livestock Sales' Lisa Duce for the grand champion, Nagol Park XLT M104 (P) exhibited by Niaomia and husband Roger Evans with son, Josh.

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The Shorthorn breed is on display at Dubbo showground this week with 124 bulls on offer at the 59th Dectomax National.

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STANDOUTS of the Shorthorn breed including both Sydney Royal Show junior and senior/grand champions were among the 124 bulls that paraded before Stephen Peake, Barraba, at the 59th Dectomax National Shorthorn show fixture at Dubbo on Tuesday.

Tarraganda GG Megabyte M11 (Sydney junior) from Morris family, Young, with Bayview Abraham M108, Thompson family, Yorktown, South Australia and Royalla Tremain M260 from the Job family, Yeoval, stood against Sydney Royal’s best, Nagol Park XLT M104.

Trent and Kimberly Johnstone, Lyndhurst, with Havana, 4, and Arley, 10 months, and their $8000 sale topping female Trojon Phyllis N52 held by Miranda Eyb, Orange.

Trent and Kimberly Johnstone, Lyndhurst, with Havana, 4, and Arley, 10 months, and their $8000 sale topping female Trojon Phyllis N52 held by Miranda Eyb, Orange.

But the Nagol Park bull shown by Roger and Niaomi Evans and family, Tamworth, took out the gong.

Top-priced heifer at $8000 was Trojon Phyllis N52, from Trent and Kimberly Johnstone, Trojon stud, Lyndhurst, and purchased by a Western Australian buyers - Kevin & Robyn Yost, Liberty Shorthorns, Toodyay. 

Second top at $5250 was Warraberry Freda N135 purchased by Sprys Shorthorns.

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