2020 Beef Week Field Days

The Victorian Beef Week Field Days will kick off in 2020 commencing on January 29th.

There are 6 leading Shorthorn studs open across the event, with an outstanding lineup of Shorthorn sires available for autumn sales.

Beef Week field days present an outstanding opportunity to take to inspect breeders programs but also to spend some time with the breeders themselves to discuss their programs and your requirements.

Hospitality is always excellent, so make sure you take the time to inspect these leading herds.

For more information visit www.beefweek.com.au

Day One – Wednesday, January 29, 2020

123 Eurimbla Red Poll/Shorthorn

Ian Coghlan 0412 650 050 E:  

Location: 148 Rodgers Road East, Gerogery. 25k NE of Albury turn off Olympic highway onto Rodgers Road East (gravel) and proceed 1.5 K to EURIMBLA. Rodgers Road East is midway between Hume Hwy and Gerogery.

Day Four – Saturday, February 1, 2020

418 Doben Park Shorthorn

Doug Benson 0407 343 966 E:  

Location: 1387 Old Sale Rd. Buln Buln. Exit M1 at Nilma head north approx. 9kms turn right at Old Sale Rd about 750 metres on the left is 1387 Old Sale Rd.

Day Five – Sunday, February 2, 2020

515 Caskieben Shorthorn

Geoff Williamson 0408 506 567 E:  

Location: “Caskieben’ 120 Plumpton Lane, Carisbrook. 6 kms NE of Carisbrook on the Maldon Road

533 Gairnshiel Shorthorn

Leigh Williamson 0419 585 603 E:  

Location: 974 Baringhup-Havelock Rd, Carisbrook. Google map is best. 10k north of Carisbrook on Bendigo Road.

571 Marschay Shorthorn

David McKay 0407 086 268 E:  

Location: 1569 Ballarat/Daylesford Rd. 2km N of Dean, 25km N of Ballarat, 8km E of Creswick.

Day Seven – Tuesday, February 4, 2020

728 Eloora Shorthorn

Ray & Dion Brook 0400 553 876 E:  

Location: 235 Diprose Road, Bulart. (CFA Map 431 B27). 25k north of Hamilton. Take the Henty Hwy (A200) north from Hamilton for 17.5k, turn left onto Red Road, travel 4.5k, then 1st right onto Diprose Road. From Cavendish, take Coleraine Rd 4.5k, turn left onto Diprose Rd.

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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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