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Media release seeking entries for the 2022 Southern Grainfed Carcase Classic

WANT a chance to see how your genetics measure up against other cattle from southern Australia both in the feedlot and in the chiller?

The organisers of the 2022 Southern Grainfed Carcase Classic are seeking expressions of interest from breeders and backgrounders keen to enter one or multiple teams.

The proposed delivery date for the teams of 10 steers is Monday, January 31 with the cattle to be fed at Teys Charlton feedlot in the Vic Mallee for 100 to 120 days.


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Presidents Report – 2021 The Year That Was

 As I write this final report for 2021, I reflect back on what has been an amazing year in the beef industry.  High prices have become the norm as records seem to tumble week after week throughout the saleyards and through the online format.  Bull sales have followed suit from the seedstock producers with outstanding results achieved from the Autumn right through to the Spring.  This was all achieved with COVID lockdowns being the norm for most states as the uncertainty of what lies ahead for some form of normality.


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TAS Shorthorn trial held 2018-2021

By Reg Woodiwiss

I would like to personally thank Graham Winnell for his hard work to help me get this trial up & running in 2018. I would also very much like to thank the Shorthorn Studs who donated the semen to be able to make this trial happen.
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Shorthorn Beef Catalogue Services

IMG_0036Online Catalogues

Per Lot                                                $3.30

 

Printed Catalogues

Per Lot                                               $5.50

Address labels (per address)         $0.22

 

Sales Advertising Online

Shorthorn Beef Website banner ad (3 weeks)        $110

Shorthorn Beef E-News (2 editions)                         $110

 

All prices are GST Inc.

 

Important Notice
All advertisements are accepted for publication subject to the approval of The Shorthorn Society of Australia Ltd (the publisher). The publisher has unfettered discretion and reserves the right at all times to refuse or postpone the publication of advertisements in whole or in part for any or no reason whatsoever, without being required to give reasons. Every reasonable effort will be made to publish advertisements as ordered and directed by the advertiser, however no liability can and will be accepted for the misplacement, amendment, omission, or failure to publish in the format ordered by the advertiser. The publisher reserves all rights to classify an advertisement, edit or delete any content considered objectionable or reject advertising content which in the publisher’s reasonable opinion may be considered unsuitable for publication and or contrary to the publisher’s interests. If any material. statement, information or matter contained in any advertisement submitted and published is in breach whether directly or indirectly of any law, and the publisher suffers any loss or damage or penalty by reason of or arising from the publication of such advertisement, then the advertisement and/or the advertiser’s agent shall indemnify the publisher against the amount of any such loss, damage or penalty and shall pay the amount thereof as directed by the publisher. The acceptance and publication of the advertisement by the publisher shall be deemed to be the consideration for the granting of such indemnity, without the necessity for execution of any other document by the advertiser granting such indemnity. The advertiser must pay the full price for every advertisement published by the publisher notwithstanding:1.Any error or alteration in the advertisement, 2. The position of the advertisement, 3. Any variation of the size of the advertisement. The publisher reserves the right to alter the advertising rates at any time or to impose any other fees for the display or classification of any advertising of the advertiser. By direction of the Board of The Shorthorn Society of Australia Ltd, 2011.

 

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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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