ANZ NATIONAL BEEF CARCASE COMPETITION

There is still time to be part of one of the leading carcass competitions in Australia, with entries still open for the 2018 ANZ National Beef Carcass Competition.

The competition is run as part of the Beef2018 format and is considered by many to be the ultimate benchmarking tool for their herds carcass performance.

In 2015, Manchee Ag received the title of National Individual Carcass Champion with a carcass entered from their Shorthorn program. Given the consistent MSA performance of Shorthorns, 2018 could be a tremendous opportunity to test the quality of your program.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE COMPETITION SCHEDULE

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PARTICIPATING PROCESSING PLANTS

CLICK HERE TO NOMINATE AND PAY YOUR NOMINATION FEE

Beef producers from around Australia have a unique opportunity to benchmark their product on a national level by entering the ANZ National Beef Carcase Competition – with participating processors in every state this is truly a national event.

The appraisal system being utilised in the competition has been specifically designed to meet both export and domestic market requirements and utilises the latest technology available to the beef industry.

The National Beef Carcase Competition aims to give feedback to producers about compliance of beef carcases to market specifications, lean meat yield, and predicted eating quality of those carcases (MSA index).
Nominations close one month prior to intended slaughter of the entrant’s cattle. It is the entrant’s responsibility to arrange with processors the slaughter of cattle. Last slaughter date is 31 March 2018.

Further information: Contact Jackie Kyte, Phone 0409564729, Email – ANZ National Beef Carcase Competition Coordinator

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About Shorthorn

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.

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