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60th National Show & Sale Online Entry Form

2019 marks the 60th Anniversary of the National Shorthorn Show & Sale. To celebrate this milestone, we are planning to support the McGrath Foundation again and are seeking expressions of interest from vendors who would consider donating the proceeds of an animal. Online Entry forms now available.
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Nero Dispersal Sale

Nero Shorthorns was established in 1985 by Keith and Vicki Ridley and has been run at “Nerokewa” Condobolin for the duration of its 34 yrs. After many tough years and the continuing dry seasons the decision was made to disperse the female herd.
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DON HAMMARQUIST OAM

Well known WA Shorthorn breeder, Don Hammarquist, Mt Augustus Station was awarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the recent Australia Day awards.
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International Genetic Solutions

In December last year, Shorthorn Beef ran a series of member workshops designed to provide members with further education regarding International Genetic Solutions (IGS).
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SYCA Contact Us

President
Lane Evans
21 Keronga Heights Road
Tamworth  NSW  2340
Phone: 0438 969 755
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Vice President
Lochie Collins
692 Wallamore Road
Tamworth  NSW  2340
Phone: 0401 866 274
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Vice President
Chelsea Rayner
50 Sharmans Road
Lower Beulah  TAS  7306
Phone: 03 6491 205219
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Secretary
Logan Manwaring
‘Malleevale’,  Rosedale Road
Condobolin  NSW  2877
Phone: 0408 954 188
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Treasurer
Kate Johnston
606 Fernhill Road
Inverell   NSW   2360
Phone: 0429 449 952
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Publicity Officer
Sarah Rayner
50 Sharmans Road
Lower Beulah  TAS  7306
Phone: 0400 299 792
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General Committee : Jessie Brown, Alisha Harrington, Cooper Carter, Lachie Spry, Lara De Jong

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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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