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TAS Country : March 31st 2011
24 Tasmanian Country Friday, April 1, 2011 ROSEDALE ANGUS On property sale 2.00pm Tuesday 12 April 69 BULLS 18-19 months 97 HEIFERS 16 months An outstanding selection of even bulls Well grown large frame Thick and well fleshed Very even line of unjoined heifers Too young to mate last spring Ideal for immediately joining Open day inspection Sunday 10 From 10.30am to 4.00pm at Rosedale 505 Macquarie Road, Campbell Town Contact Ferdie Foster 0408 235 565 Email email@example.com 2012889-110401 Angus Sales Preview Advertising feature Focus on HAVING recovered from years of drought, this year's sale offering from Rosedale highlights the depth and strength of its Angus herd. The 69 bulls catalogued are extremely even, not only in age being born between September 2 and October 16, 2009, but in frame size and weight. They are well grown, frame 6+, well muscled with even, smooth flesh- ing. Rosedale is selecting cattle positive for fat cover- age which will finish on grass and meet the MSA grading standards. ''The unique feature of the Rosedale breeding program is the depth and evenness of its females,'' Rosedale's Ferdie Foster said. ''All calves are reared on their genetic mother, thus proving all their maternal traits, and there has been no introduction of females into the herd for 50 years.'' Rosedale cattle and their progeny are sort after by fatteners, feedlots and the processing works. The 97 heifers offered for VET CHECK: Dr Paul Nilon inspects bulls. Where quality is assured QUALITY assurance and per- formance are key factors at the Cluden Newry stud. Cluden Newry bulls have been vet checked for reproductive soundness by Dr Paul Nilon and, for the first time, independently structurally assessed by Dick Whale, of Independent Breeding and Marketing Service (IBMS). The use of IBMS has provided an additional quality assurance filter, as well as giving buyers help in selecting a bull on wet sale days when conditions make it difficult. To maximise reproductive in- tegrity and health, the bulls have been tested to show they are not BVDV persistently infected (PI) animals. The introduction of just onePIanimaltoaherdcanbea major biosecurity risk, and re- sult in costly reproductive losses. All bulls are vaccinated against BVDV, leptospirosis and vibriosis. ''The bulls offered are either pedigree or tested free of the genetic defects AM, NH and CA,'' said Cluden Newry's Peter Hughes. The performance of the Cluden Newry bulls is underlined by the fact that 92 per cent of the bulls offered are above breed average for the long fed/CAAB index and for the heavy grass fed index. To cater for the large number of heifers retained in the Tas- manian herd this year, as cattle numbers increase on the back of improved seasonal and market conditions, 30 per cent of the bulls offered are below breed average for birth weight. More than 50 per cent of the bulls offered are positive for rump fat, enabling breeders turn- ing off yearlings to meet market specifications. All bulls have been grass reared with a silage supplement when needed. New committee chair BRIAN Stewart, of Thirl- stane, is the new chair- man of Angus Australia's Tasmanian committee. He replaces Ed Archer, of Landfall Angus, who retired after a two-year term. Mr Stewart is a partner in the Dunlop Park Angus Stud and has been an Angus Society member for 25 years. ''I enjoy the challenges of breeding quality live- stock and am optimistic about the future of the beef industry, particu- larly the Angus breed,'' he said. ''We welcome Brian on board and look forward to a successful term ahead,'' said Angus Aust- ralia chief executive Peter Parnell. Mr Parnell and Angus Australia president Brian O'Sullivan will be in the state during the Tasmanian Angus week sales, starting with open days on April 10 and stud sales on April 11 and 12. They will attend a function at Blue Cafe, Inveresk, on April 10 from 6pm, and said they looked forward to meet- ing Angus breeders from around the state. New 2046469-110401 The best things in life ... The best things in life ... ENTALLY FOREST ANGUS ... are worth waiting for. 2ND ANNUAL BULL AUCTION "Entally Forest", Longford 6th September 2011 Contact Dimity Hirst Ph 0408 506 103 firstname.lastname@example.org LANDFALL ANGUS ANNUAL GENETICS SALE AuctionsPlus Friday 8 April 12 noon www.auctionsplus.com.au Full Catalogue and assessment available on Auctions Plus Account: WISEDALE PASTORAL 35 Angus Cows Spring 07 born PTIC to Landfall Bulls 19 Angus Cows mixed age PTE Account: SPRINGMERE ESTATE 48 Angus Heifer Calves Aug-Sept 2010 born, weaned March 2011 19 Angus Cows mixed age PTE Account: KILLYMOON PASTORAL 20 Angus Cows with calves at foot (B) 2006 born 20 Angus Heifers (E) Spring 2009 born PTIC to Landfall Bulls Account: EFFINGHAM PTY LTD 17 Angus Heifers Aug-Sept 2009 born PTE sired by Landfall Bull Account: W D WIVELL & SONS PTY LTD, "Calthorpe" 20 Angus Heifer Calves April 2010 born sired by Landfall Bull Account: M & C EVANS, "Woodlawn Park" 20 Angus Heifer Calves July-Aug 2010 born sired by Landfall Bull Account: LANDFALL ANGUS 48 Performance recorded Angus Heifers (E) PTIC 42 Performance recorded Angus Heifers (D) PTIC 21 Performance recorded Angus Cows (B&C) PTIC 10 Performance recorded Angus Cows (A&Z) PTIC 10 Performance recorded Angus Cows (W,X,Y) PTIC Contact: Warren Johnston 0419 326 348 - Roberts Launceston Ben Grubb 0419 515 783 - Elders Launceston Ed Archer 0417 337 144 - Landfall Angus 2084657-110401
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