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Dulverton Rocket Man R059

Dulverton Rocket Man R059

Dulverton Rocket Man R059 does exhibit the necessary visual WOW factor to be considered as a Future Sire of Registered Angus, being set up on near perfect feet and legs. Note his body capacity as evidenced by his depth, spring of rib and natural body thickness, this “Power” carries all the way through to include

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Marbling Improvers

Marbling Improvers

If improving Genetic Marbling is one of your Breeding Objectives, then please consider the following set of Dulverton Sires, from the list of 7, 8, 9 & 10 Igenity Raters. These suggestions assume the Cow Herd,  the Dulverton Sire is to be introduced to, is of unknown Genetic background for Marbling. Igenity Rating Likely Marble

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Client News – Mace

Client News – Mace

The Red Ridge rising two (2) year old heifers by the Dulverton Angus Bulls on the point of Calving and weighing 457kg. Lachlan and Trudy Mace firm believers in the Growth Pathway we suggest that will not only bolster Pregnancy rates but also Live Calves born. Must remember that famous saying of Dr. Rex Butterfields

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Client News – Grieve

Client News – Grieve

Warrick Grieve is deserving of a pat on the back following his successful Auctions Plus Sale Friday 11/06/2021. Warrick sold 69 Lightweight Dulverton blood Angus steers for an incredible $8.18/kg. And 80 heavier steers for $7.36/kg. Congratulations to Paraway, the successful purchasers of Warricks heavier group. Warrick has been using Dulverton Angus Bulls exclusively for the past

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PROFILE D. QUALITY CONTROL Q092

PROFILE D. QUALITY CONTROL Q092

Unfortunately D. Quality Control Q092 isn’t all that photogenic, do urge you to come and inspect him in the “Flesh”. Sadly we can’t show you his Dynamic Dam she had to be euthanised earlier this week after being diagnosed with Liver Cancer, Vale D. Annie G037. However, we can show you his full brother D.

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New Sires – Dulverton Medaglia M028

New Sires – Dulverton Medaglia M028

The late winter and spring of 2018 at Shannon Vale had produced conditions not conducive to us committing to a major A.I. Programme. While our cows were in reasonable condition at calving, pasture conditions were judged as not being substantial enough to bring lactating cows into Oestrous early enough to A.I. As a result we

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