MEMBERS of the Fleckvieh breed are taking the opportunity to showcase their cattle as much as possible at the Royal Canberra Show. On top of the show – which has almost 80 entries – and a multi-vendor Fleckvieh sale, members will be holding several milking demonstrations throughout the day.… Read More »Fleckvieh cattle on show at Royal Canberra Show
Ruth Schwager USING Fleckvieh genetics has increased weight gain in Les Trindall’s herd, with the Fleckvieh-cross calves weighing up to 30 kilograms more than pure Angus. The Fleckvieh bulls are used in the 900-head crossbred herd, run over 2430 hectares at “Windamere” and “Spring Creek”, Coonamble. Mr Trindall has… Read More »Fleckvieh genetics help Coonamble producer increase weight gain
Shantelle Stephens Tennysonvale’s Nathan, Jared, Ian and Carl Baldry with Brian Maher, Elders Stud Stock, Wagga, who purchased the top-price bull, Tennysonvale Merrick, on behalf of Reagan Burrow, Yerwal Estate, SA.Aa Repeat buyers underpinned the Baldry family’s fifth annual on-property Tennysonvale Simmental and Fleckvieh sale at… Read More »Tennysonvale Bull tops $10,500
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