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SBTS Regional Forums

Southern Beef Technology Services will be running a series of forums throughout Australia this year.
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Genomics in Shorthorns

Genomic prediction has been recognised by the Shorthorn Beef board as a key development for genetic evaluation in the Shorthorn breed.
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Barraba Shorthorn Feature Show

A shorthorn feature was held at Barraba on the 10th & 11th of March. 35 head of shorthorns from 12 exhibitors were assessed by Steven Peake – Bowen Poll Herefords.
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The Trap Krumpet Supreme Champion Interbreed Female at Royal Canberra

The 28 month old heifer The Trap Krumpet owned by The Trap Shorthorns and Ronelle Park Shorthorns

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Royalla Longreach Success

Royalla Shorthorns have achieved a 100% clearance of their Shorthorn sires at the Elders Outback Invitational Bull sale in Longreach today, averaging $5,615 with a top of $8,500 twice.
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Inaugural Tas Junior Beef Expo

The inaugural Tasmanian Junior Beef Expo was held over 3 days spanning the last weekend in Deloraine.
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THE SHORTHORN BREED

The Shorthorn breed is truly unique, from their distinctive roan colour, to their rich breed history and most importantly, the wonderful community of breeders, there is nothing else quite like a Shorthorn.

The key to the Shorthorn breeds advantage lies in their balanced genetic profile, driven by market participation that has been developed and refined, after more than 200 years of genetic selection under Australian conditions.

Since 1800, Australian cattle producers have turned to the Shorthorn breed to fulfill their genetic requirements; maternal efficiency, effective growth and carcass excellence.

From the romance of the outback to the legends of the high country, Shorthorn cattle were integral in building the Australian Beef industry, helping to feed and grow a nation.

Todays Shorthorn breeders are progressive and innovative, driven by the same passion to deliver outstanding performance and create value within the supply chain.

The Shorthorn breed demonstrates what happens when a rich history meets a bright future.

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Shorthorn and Shorthorn cross steers have sold for an outstanding $4.25 c/kg in todays AuctionPlus sale as recent rain helps to fuel the market.
The 104 head of EU accredited, 7-8 month old weaned steers were offered account "Arranmore"Pastoral Co, Manilla, NSW and returned $990 per head.
69 head, EU heifers, sisters to the Arranmore steers also sold for $780 per head or $3.92 c/kg.
The Arranmore weaners were by Nero, Nagol Park and Dunbeacon bulls.
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Some excellent lines of Shorthorn breeding females are already booked on AuctionsPlus for Fridays Eastern States sales.
For more details check out the AuctionsPlus website.

Shorthorn EU 3 year old Shorthorn Cows
A/c TELANG PASTORAL CO
Shorthorn EU 4 and 5 year old Shorthorn cows
A/c TELANG PASTORAL CO Contact: SCOTT BITTNER 0428673128

23 PTIC Shorthorn Cows ,Vendor Bred, 3 to 6 Years, PTIC to Shorthorn And Red Angus Bulls
A/c SA & JT Zweck Contact: Brett George 0438339135

Shorthorn EU PTIC 1 Mark Shorthorn heifers In calf to Wagyu Bulls.
A/c Kotupna Grazing Contact: samDitchfield 0427657212
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Matt O'Connor, Elders Echuca, Victoria, currently has 15 Shorthorn heifers, PTIC to Shorthorn bulls to commence calving June 2017 for private sale.
Full pedigree details available for each lot for those who may wish to register the females as future seedstock breeders.
These are outstanding quality and are offered account Peter Durrant. Price is $2,800 per head.
For any enquiries please contact Matt on 0427 845 954
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