Angus Australia has recently conducted a review of the most widely used sires in the last 2 years.
- Millah Murrah Paratrooper P15 has the most progeny born in the last two years, followed by Chiltern Park Moe M6 and Rennylea L519. These bulls have a combined total of 7,478 progeny born during this period.
- When reviewing the 20 bulls with the most progeny in the last two years, new bulls entering the list (by comparison to the equivalent list 12 months prior) include Murdeduke Quarterback Q011, G A R Hometown, Te Mania Pheasantry P1479, Millah Murrah Quixote Q96, Dunoon Prime Minister P758, Clunie Range Plantation P392 and Sitz Stellar 726D.
- Of the 20 bulls with the most progeny in the last two years, 10 have been bred in Australia, while 10 are imported sires from the United States. Of the 10 bulls bred in Australia, 6 are sons of imported sires from the United States.
- The average Angus Breeding Index of the 20 bulls with the most progeny in the last two years is +247, which is placed in the highest 7% percentile band (when compared to 2021 drop calves). None of the 20 most widely used bulls have an Angus Breeding Index that is below the 30% percentile band.
- Across individual traits, the average EBVs of the 20 bulls with the most progeny in the last two years is as follows: