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The leading Breed partnered with the leading provider of animal remedies continues. Boehringer Ingelheim confirm 'gold' sponsorship of Angus NZ.
Sires sell for an average of $12,154
ANGUS NZ BEEF EXPO INSPECTIONS - 10.30am TO 12.00 noon All purchasers are invited to inspect a selection of premium Angus sires for sale by auction at the upcoming 2017 Beef Expo. Please note gates will not open until 10.30am.
The first Annual Angus female sale held on farm in Fairlie on May 5th has set what is believed to be a NZ record ($2,600) for commercial R2 heifers. Peter Barrett from Lynnburn Station in Central Otago purchased the heifers with the aim of improving the genetics within his commercial operation. Peter is also Angus NZ's newest breeding member having recently Continue Reading
The first Annual Angus female sale held on farm in Fairlie on May 5th has set what is believed to be a NZ record for commercial R2 heifers. The pen of 27 R2yr in calf heifers were bred by Meadowslea Bulls on Braemar Station near Mt Cook. Meadowslea purchased the heifers as weaners at the Mackenzie basin calf sale in Continue Reading
The stunning 2017 edition of the Angus Magazine has now been distributed and feed back to date has been excellent. Additional copies can be ordered on line or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Breeders wishing to have a box available at their upcoming sales can pick up one from PBBnz at any time (75 South Street, Feilding), but they will also Continue Reading
Thanks again to Paul Gilligan from Tru Test who completed the final weigh in for the 26 sires at the Tru Test Bull Unit operating out of the Wright property near Feilding. The overall average weight was 758kg.
All 28 yearling bulls held at the Tru-Test Angus Bull Unit are now on farm, which is located on Milson Line, Feilding. On Monday 5th December, all the bulls were re-tagged and given a bull unit number by Kim Lowe from Zee Tags. They were also weighed by Paul Gilligan of Tru-Test, and Jo Scott from Zoetis took the tissue samples for the i50K testing at the same time. We'd like to thanks these sponsors for their ongoing support of the project.
Proudly sponsored by AngusPure NZ Ltd. This is the worst possible day for vegetarians... 😉 The aroma of meat will paint the clothing of thousands next February as protein jamboree Meatstock jumps the moat for two-days. After making an impressive debut on Valentines Day in Sydney last year, attracting more than 10,000 meatheads, the event has expanded to include two Continue Reading