Angus scoops pool in Melbourne interbreed

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A four year-old cow, shown by the Cowra, New South Wales based Fuller/Kennedy family dominated the interbreed judging in this year’s Royal Melbourne Show beef cattle competition.

A four year-old cow, shown by the Cowra, New South Wales based Fuller/Kennedy family added to its dominance, by taking out the interbreed judging in this year’s Royal Melbourne Show beef cattle competition.

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The Pine Creek Angus stud cow was judged Supreme, out of more than 500 beef cattle exhibits. PC Miss E99 Foreman J181, with her second calf, a bull, PC Complement at-foot, had already won the best exhibit of the Angus judging at the Sydney Royal Easter Show and Grand Champion Angus female at the Royal Adelaide Show.

Judge, David Bondfield, Palgrove stud, Dalveen, Queensland, said the supreme Angus cow-calf pair was “absolutely outstanding”. “(It’s) really hard to get that sort of performance, substance and power in an animal that is so structurally sound and perfectly designed,” Mr Bondfield said.

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