Angus research update & ASBP Cohort 6 Steer Viewing

November 3, 2017 12:21 pm


You’re invited to attend the Angus Sire Benchmarking (ASBP) and Cohort 6 steer viewing on Thursday the 30th of November, at the Tullimba Research Feedlot, Torryburn NSW from 2.30 – 4.30pm.


Why Come and look?

1. Learn about the latest Angus R&D.

2. Hear from Dr Linda Cafe (NSW DPI) on the Retail Beef Yield project.

3. Inspect approximately 300 ASBP Cohort 6 steers identified to their Angus sire.

4. See the Tullimba GrowSafe feed intake facilities in action.

5. View 3D camera technology that assesses muscle score and rump fat on the live steer.


Who is invited?

The day is open to ALL beef producers and industry representatives.


What is the ASBP?

The Angus Sire Benchmarking Program (ASBP) is a major R&D initiative of Angus Australia with support from MLA and industry partners such as Vetoquinol, Rangers Valley Feedlot and John Dee Abattoir. The objectives of the ASBP are:

  • Generate progeny test data on modern Angus bulls, particularly for hard to measure traits such as feed efficiency, abattoir carcase measurement, meat quality attributes & female reproduction.
  • Generate data for the validation & refinement of Angus TACE.
  • Build a comprehensive phenotype & genotype database on Australian Angus for genomic technology validation, research & development.

To help with catering, PLEASE RSVP by 22nd November

Contact Amanda Wolfe on (02) 6773 4600 or email

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