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World Conference Youth Scholarships

The Shorthorn Youth Foundation are providing 10 tickets valued up to $300 each for eligible Shorthorn Youth members looking to attend the 2019 World Shorthorn Conference in Wagga.
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2019 Ruby & Roan Sale Entries

Entries in the 2019 Ruby & Roan Sale will close Friday August 30th at 5.00 pm. This is your opportunity to promote your herd to an international audience.
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Adelaide Show – Timetable changes

Shorthorn judging for the Adelaide Show will be held on Friday 6th September at 9 am.
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MYOSTATIN E226X – Busting the Myths

Myostatin E226X is a variant gene known to be present in the Shorthorn population in Australia and it seems to be generating a lot of myths around its effects. In this article we will attempt to bust the myths and shed some light on the Myostatin E226X variant gene and its effect on Shorthorn cattle.
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Thousand Guineas Supplier Forms

IMG_6113_1JBS Australia has announced that from October 1st 2015, they require Shorthorn feeder steers and heifers for the Thousand Guineas Shorthorn premium branded program.

Producers wishing to supply this premium feeder market and maximise their returns will need to complete a registration form and return to the Shorthorn Beef office.

Registered producers will be issued with a supplier number which will need to be supplied to JBS Australia with consigned cattle. Supplier numbers are added to question 9 on the supplied NVD form.

Forms can be downloaded here or obtained by contacting the Shorthorn Beef office.

Thousand Guineas Registered Supplier Form

Suppliers are also required to complete a breed verification statutory declaration. This form must be sent along with NVD form when Shorthorn cattle are consigned to JBS Australia feedlots for supply into the Thousand Guineas program.

Forms can be downloaded here or obtained by contacting the Shorthorn Beef office.

Thousand Guineas Breed Verification Statutory Declaration Form

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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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