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Shorthorns win Junior and Senior Champion Heifer all Breeds

Report by Rosemary Miller

Thirteen Shorthorn competitors were amongst the  150  entrants from South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia, aged from eight to twenty four years who attended the 2021 SA All Breeds Junior Heifer Expo at the Adelaide Showground in July over four days.

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Outstanding result for Shorthorn breeders

July 12, 2021

Shorthorn producers Sam and Jade Inglis, Crystal Brook, South Australia, have achieved outstanding success at the 13th Annual Southern Grassfed Carcase Classic.

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Shorthorn Beef office bearers

We would like to congratulate the Shorthorn Beef Society board members on their positions following the meeting held July 7, 2021.
President –  Chris Thompson, Vice President – Sam Martin,
Treasurer – Nicholas Job

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Board Members

Board of Directors & Responsibilities

Mr Chris Thompson

Bayview Shorthorns


M: 0407 606 831


Vice President
Mr Samuel Martin

Southcote Shorthorns

“Rambrah”, WALCHA NSW 2354
P: 02 6777 3910 | M: 0456 666 086

Responsibilities: Technical Director

Mr Nicholas Job

Royalla Shorthorns

“Royalla”, YEOVAL NSW, 2686
M: 0428 298767

Responsibilities: Genetic Hub Chairman


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Yamburgan Shorthorns

“Wallah”, NARRABRI NSW 2390
Ph: 0427 936 213

Responsibilities: Marketing Director


Mr Scott McKay

Marschay Shorthorns

784 Creswick Road, MT ROWAN VIC 3352
M: 0418 301 864

Responsibilities: Rules and Regulations Director


Mr Matt Ashby

Bundaleer Shorthorns

PO Box 17, GULNARE SA, 5471
P: 08 8662 6277 | M: 0427 626 120

Responsibilities: JBS Liaison


Mrs Amanda Barlow

Toogimbie Shorthorns

PO Box 34, MATHOURA NSW, 2710
P: 03 5884 3716 | M: 0428 812 081

Responsibilities: Branches Director/Minutes Secretary


Mr. Reg Woodiwiss

Royston Shorthorns

765 Sunnyside Rd, SUNNYSIDE TAS, 7305
P: 03 6496 1591 | M: 0448 961 591

Responsibilities: Youth Director

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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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