The Skene family, Meldon Park Simmentals, will be returning to Beef Australia this year with the aim of defending their title in the interbreeds judging after they took home grand champion bull honours in 2018.
Senepols are serving-up fertile females, fast-growing calves, slick coats, a quiet temperament and better quality meat in northern herds.
Australia's first registered stud Wairuna Brahmans is exhibiting at Beef for the first time in more than 25 years.
The Godfrey family, Namoona Trig Senepols, will be returning to Beef Australia for their fourth time as exhibitors to showcase their cattle.
Genetics, performance and fertility have been the key drivers behind the Laycock family's High Country Droughtmasters stud business since its establishment in 2010.
At Beef, producers will have a chance to inspect some of the 55 bulls drafted for the inaugural NK Brahmans and 4 Ways Charolais Bull Sale.
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