Australian Beef Industry notes 56% decrease to emissions, 82% vaccinations to prevent Clostridial disease, new pain relief medications now available, production uptake 15%, poll gene 86% in herds removing the need to dehorn. Moving forward. (Jenny O’Sullivan, 2019 Tamworth Beef Sustainability Framework Conference).
We welcome Woonallee Ella N206 into Ten-Rose. Sired by Wormbete Katoomba out of Woonallee Ella J69 a Woonallee BHR Tornado daughter. Photo shown in calf to New Zeland Bull Kerrah D859.
Young heifer calf Quella recently born to Woonallee Ella N206 (Woonallee BHR Tornado) Quella is sired by the New Zeland Bull Kerrah D859. We look forward to working with these new genetics.
21.3.19 saw Labertouche Landcare bog in and assist with Farm restoration after severe Bunyip Fires affected Ingrid and Robert Greens River Farm at Tonimbuk. Severe fires tore through Tonimbuk which is a beautiful farming area. Photo from 2.3.19. noted the entire Bunyip Hills to be alight. 20 keen Landcare members …
New addition to the Stud. Lakeside Nolee born 22.04.2017 sired by Woonallee King Pin born 15.09.2014 out of Callendale Golliwog born 27.03.2011. In calf and due in the next couple of months. We look forward to these high impact genetics. The sire: Woonallee King Pin (Willandra Gomez)
Harry Maurice Miller born in New Zealand 6.1.34 passed Wednesday 4th July 2018 aged 84. An illustrious and saucy life, most noted for his breeding of Stud Simmental cattle at his many thousands of acres at Dunmore Manilla New South Wales. Harry began working as a farmhand, joined the Merchant …
Group discussion on Graz-Fert the pasture program set up by Landcare for farmers. Great attendance at the Neerim South Hall. Detailed discussion on pH and cations. We had an interesting night.
We attended the Casey Shire Business Leaders Dinner last night after personal invitation of Mayor Geoff Ablett. The Award Winning Council Chambers (Bunjil Place) has won several awards. Business Assessment included Data Collection & panel discussion. Brilliant night.
18 Federation University Agricultural Students led by Dr Danielle Auldist attended a farm visit as part of their studies in stock management, husbandry, machine operation, fencing, pasture & chemicals. It was a privilege to have them.
Peter Ronalds Land Care Co Ordinator came out today with a group of interested members. Ten-Rose hosted the day. Educational talk on Simmental Fleckvieh with photos on the screen provided examples of the breed and how to use them. A farm walk followed with discussion on cattle, pasture and issues …