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Kurrajong Park B144 (P) was purchased privately from Paspaley Rural in 2008. There are two sons catalogued in our 2014 sale that display his trademark softness and predictable skin and hair type. Kurrajong’s carcase EBVs are outstanding and he is breeding cattle that are extremely easy doing with an earlier maturity pattern. We have already retained a son, Yavenvale Einstein E344 for use over heifers. The Kurrajong daughters have good square udders and ample milk and have bred a number of bulls in our 2014 sale. A trait leader for milk and SS, Kurrajong ranks in the top 1% of the breed for IMF.
Norolle 66 Commissioner C099 (P) was purchased for $22,000 at the 2009 Dubbo National. A really powerful bull with length and scale, his first nine sons sold in 2012 to a top of $10,000 to average $5778. Three of the four Commissioner sons catalogued in 2014 have tested 99.5% homozygous polled. The Commissioner daughters are really hard working females with quality calves at foot. Commissioner’s growth and muscle, outcross genetics and good structure means he is a regular part of our paddock joinings. Ranks in the top 10% of the breed for 200G and 600G.
Warringa Bonanza B17(H) was purchased at Wodonga Whiteface in 2008 and the first nine sons offered in 2011 sold to $7500 and averaged $4,000. Out of one of the best and most consistent cows in the Warringa herd, Bonanza has bred very consistently and combines moderate birth, high growth with length and muscle. The eight sons for sale in 2013 will be his final draft – a line of really commercially acceptable bulls. A trait leader for SS, Bonanza ranks in the top 10% of the breed for milk and top 20% 200G, 400G, 600G, EMA and all indexes.
Emu Holes Cosgrove C151 (P) was purchased in partnership with Melville Park Herefords at the 2009 Wodonga Whiteface. Sired by the $43,000 Bowen Uralba, Cosgrove is a really easy doing bull that keeps getting better and better. The first Cosgrove daughters calved here in spring 2012 and they will have a really positive influence in our herd – great udders, lots of milk and tremendous temperament.