Great start to Upper Hunter Beef Bonanza

October 30, 2019 1:57 pm

Angus and Angus influenced cattle have had a great start in the Upper Hunter Beef Bonanza judging, taking out major awards from a field of 400 plus entries in the live judging. 

Champion light middleweight, Champion led steer and the eventual supreme exhibit was a 416kg Angus influenced steer from Travis Worth. 

Calrossy Anglican school kicked off their successful campaign securing the champion lightweight award with a 13-month-old Angus infused steer bred by the Scrivener family at Yarrowitch. 

Reserve champion light middleweight also went to Calrossy with another Angus influenced steer, 475kg, bred by Margaret Rose, Blackfield 

Justin Richards, Pentire Angus and Bower Livestock, exhibited a 532kg Angus steer, 13 months old and won reserve champion heavy middleweight. 

Calrossy also exhibited the Reserve champion unled exhibit with a 473kg Angus heifer. 

Top Image: Supreme Exhibit

 

 

Reserve Champion heavy middleweight steer

 

Images: The Land 

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