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2021 NSW AGM Notice

CLICK HERE to view full 2021 NSW AGM Notice, including Zoom login details & Agenda 

2021 Naracoorte Shorthorn Bull Sale Report

The history books were re-written at the 2021 Naracoorte Shorthorn bull sale on Thursday where the average soared to a new high of $11,646 for the 48 of 50 high performance bulls sold.

But the toast of the spectacular auction…
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2021 Naracoorte Shorthorn Bull Sale

Please note there has been an error in the catalogue listings for the dams of each lot, however the revised catalogue link with the correct dam pedigrees can be viewed here: Revised 2021 Naracoorte Shorthorn Bull Sale Catalogue.
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2021 VICTORIAN BEEF WEEK

The 2021 Victorian Beef Week is set to kick off on Wednesday January 27th, with leading southern Shorthorn herds throwing their doors open to visitors.
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Beef Industry Information

grilled-meat-ribs-white-plate-tomatoes-18712247Shorthorn cattle are bred to solve problems, not create them.

This is the philosophy that underpins the Shorthorn breed in Australia and an outcome of this is the varying markets that Shorthorn cattle are in demand for.

Shorthorn cattle are extremely Feed Efficient, with an ideal temperament and superior carcass quality. Shorthorns are renowned for their performance on feed as well as their high yield.

The Australian Beef industry requires many protocols which have been developed for different market segments.

Some of these protocols are explained below

The MSA Grading System

The EUCAS (EU) System

LPA

PCAS

JBS Swift Great Southern

 

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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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