Ruby & Roan Elite Sale

The Ruby & Roan Elite Shorthorn Genetics Sale will be held on Tuesday 11th July during the Shorthorn Beef Gala Conference dinner, to be held at the Commercial Hotel, Dubbo commencing at 6.00pm. The sale is interfaced with AuctionsPlus for those breeders who can’t attend on the day.

The sale will be conducted by Landmark Stud Stock.

In total there are 27 lots offered by 15 leading Shorthorn studs. These elite lots are just that, Elite, and offer all Shorthorn breeders a fantastic opportunity to add genetic depth to their Shorthorn program. For more details, check out the catalogue here. 2017 Ruby & Roan Elite Shorthorn Genetics Sale.

5 Live Lots

Be under no illusions, it hurts to sell quality like this, but then these studs only offer their best!!

Southern Cross Shorthorns – Southern Cross Trojon Eliza M136

Bayview Shorthorns – Bayview Vixen M66

Bayview Shorthorns –  Pick of Bayview Usher L83 progeny and dam. Bayview Usher the 2017 Dubbo Grand Champion sold for $32,000

Bundaleer Shorthorns – Bundaleer Beverley M21

Trojan Shorthorns – PTIC Recip. Pregnancy by Southcote Hero H1 from the Trojon Isobel G160 dam.

6 Right to Flush Lots

Your choice of sire, but these donor dams represent so much maternal depth. Donors who were Grand Champion Sydney Royal, donors who were Reserve Champion Sydney Royal, donors who were Interbreed Champion Melbourne Royal, donors who have sold sons into stud herds and donors from the heart of herds, these lots will leave you Shorthorns that are bred in the purple.

Nagol Park Shorthorns – Right to Flush Nagol Park ELMT Romance L146

Highrange Shorthorns – Right to Flush Marellan Augusta 2245

Trojan Shorthorns – Right to Flush pick off the 2017 Spring drop females

Lachlan & Angus Spry / Spencer Family Shorthorns – Right to Flush Sprys Picture Perfect B014

Southern Cross Shorthorns – Right to Flush Major Alice E04

Roselle Park Shorthorns – Right to Flush Roselle Park Nandi A507

5 Embryo Lots

Some of the finest Shorthorn donors in the breed. Donors who have sold bulls to $31,000 and donors who have produced daughters who have had embryos exported to the UK and donors whose sons have sold to average $27,000, these embryo lots provide an outstanding opportunity to add some serious top shelf Shorthorn genetics to your herd.

Chadwick Shorthorns – 4 embryo’s sired by Futurity Kokoda from the Chadwick Kazandra K7 dam.

Blackjack Shorthorns – 4 embryo’s sired by Crooked Post Stockman from the Lone Pine Cherry A064 dam.

Bayview Shorthorns – Package offered by Lake Hawdon Don Bradman D11 from the Bayview Miss Betty F17 donor.

Yamburgan Shorthorns – 5 embryo’s sired by Yamburgan Monkira K303 from the Yamburgan Countess G98 dam

Futurity Shorthorns – 2 embryo’s sired by Futurity Edged in Stone K148 from the Futurity Ossis Ruby G4 dam

11 Semen Lots 

From Sires that topped record bull sales, to Sires that lead the breed for numerous traits, to Sires that aren’t available anywhere else, these elite Shorthorn semen packages offer you a way to really fast track your herds genetic performance. Here is a chance to bolt a turbo to your genetic gain.

Futurity Shorthorns – Buyers choice from the Futurity Shorthorn 2017 drop bulls.

Futurity Shorthorns – Yamburgan Sparta K571 2 packages 10 straws each

Crathes Park Shorthorns – Crathes Hastings H42 2 packages 10 straws each

Eloora Shorthorns – Eloora Five Star L74 25 straws

Bundaleer Shorthorns – Bundaleer United Chief U21 2 packages 10 straws each

Yamburgan Shorthorns – Yamburgan Monkira K303

Green Hills Shorthorns – Futurity Knight K126 2 packages 20 straws each

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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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