The Gold City Brahman Sale will provide ample opportunities for northern beef producers to strengthen their herds when the sale takes place on November 2, at the Dalrymple Saleyards, in Charters Towers.
The necessity for a cattle breed which would flourish in the tropics is what led Richard and Rebecca Burge to begin using Brahmans close to 20 years ago.
For Graham and Christine Stirrat, the Brahman breed is key to their breeding operation at Littledale situated in Berajondo.
Mark and Joyce Comiskey, have been crossing Brangus bulls with Santa Gertrudis females for over a decade with consistently solid results achieved.
Since the Callander family purchased Oakdale, situated 45kms west of Mackay, they’ve solely used Brangus, with the majority of their bulls sourced from the annual Rockhampton Brangus Sale.
For more than two decades, Brangus bulls have been successfully used by Godwin Cattle Company’s Sid and Tricia Godwin and their four children Annalee, Sylvia, Riley and Jared.
Progeny produced from Telpara Hills’ Brangus bulls will soon dominate Chris Greenwood’s Atherton Tablelands-based paddock to plate branded beef operation, Morganbury Meats.
An outstanding 251-lot catalogue has been assembled for the 42nd ABCA sponsored Rockhampton Brangus Sale being held on October 8-9, at CQLX.
Aided by first-rate bulls purchased at the Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale, the Braitling family at Springsure, are producing a first-rate Brahman article for sale into the EU market.
Purebred Brahman commercial breeders, the Scott family, Ruan Grazing, Clermont, are looking forward to attending the Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale this year, after making a big splash there in 2017.