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Identifying consumer trends pays dividends

Graham and Judy Houston, Houston Pastoral, identified consumer meat eating quality trends five years ago and actively changed their breeding program to make rapid genetic gain in marbling.

Identifying consumer trends in meat eating quality has paid off not only…

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Charity bull raises funds for vital service

Lach Harris, Wokolena Pastoral, Wagga Wagga, paid $5550 for Reiland Nelson N1179 to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

A charity bull auction by a southern NSW Angus stud has raised vital funds for the Royal Flying Doctor…

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Buyers snap up Reiland genetics to $17,000

GTSM auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay with top price buyers Judy and Graham Houston, Houston Pastoral, Burrowye, Vic and Reiland co-principal Mark Lucas at the Reiland spring bull sale.

Beef producers chasing bulls with calving ease, low birthweight and marbling paid to…

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Angus bull goes under hammer for charity

Gavin Peaty, Peaty Pastoral, tackled the 30th anniversary Outback Car Trek to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

The Royal Flying Doctor Service will benefit when a special lot is knocked down at the Reiland Angus spring bull…

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Richard played key role in Angus breed growth

Incoming secretary Carol Grylls with Richard Buck and vice chairman Josh Crosby at the NSW State Committee of Angus Australia meeting.

When Richard Buck began work as an auctioneer’s clerk at Sydney’s Flemington saleyards in 1956, there was hardly an…

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Buyers chase Reiland genetics to $16,000 top

GTSM auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay and Reiland co-principal Mark Lucas with the top price bull, Reiland Norseman N818, bought by Graham and Judy Houston, Towong Pty Ltd, Burrowye, Vic, for $16,000.

Beef producers chasing high growth bulls with carcase paid to…

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Lucrative prize purse for school steers

A rich prize purse of $1000 will be up for grabs in the schools steer section at the 2019 Sydney Royal Angus Feature Show thanks to southern NSW stud, Reiland.

The Noel Williams Shield will be presented by the NSW…

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Turning to drought lots for early weaned calves

Coprice nutritionist Nicole Logg, of Barmedman.

With the forecast of continued dry conditions in southern NSW, beef producers are removing weaners from paddocks into confinement areas to maintain ground cover over the next six months.

Nutritionist Nicole Logg, Barmedman, advised…

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