Angus Interbreed winners at Melbourne

December 14, 2015 3:53 pm

For the second year in a row PC Angus has taken out the Supreme Beef Interbreed award at Melbourne show with PC Kodiak J157 crowned the overall champion after taking out the Supreme Champion Intebreed Senior Bull award.

Picked as the ‘stand out winner’ by the judges, the 1046kg bull, was described by judge Gary Noller, from Queensland, as an “overall classy bull”.

“He’s got tremendous muscle with the optimum fat cover, which is something the judges definitely look for,” Gary said

“To the eye, he’s got smoothness, a natural thickness and great balance.”

Sired by HF Kodiak 5R, PC Kodiak J157 was the junior champion bull at the 2015 Sydney Royal Show.

The accolades did not stop there for the PC Stud, with their cow PC Miss Expedition H304 crowned the Supreme Senior Champion Beef Bred Female.

To make the intebreed a family affair, the Fullers’ daughter and son in law, Christie and Andrew Kennedy won Reserve Supreme Junior Champion Beef Breed Heifer with Black Diamond Ms Kodiak K421.

Full results and photos from Melbourne will be made available shortly.

Supreme champion interbreed female at Melbourne show 2015 with Stock and Land advertising executive Jess Skillbeck, and exhibitor Greg Fuller and daughter Christie Kennedy , Cowra   NSW, with handler Rachael Wheeler, Wellington  NSW.

Image above: PC Kodiak J157 has been awarded the Supreme Interbreed Beef Exhibit at the Royal Melbourne Show. Dianna Branson and Jess Skillbeck, presenting Greg Fuller with the award.