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Calving Ease

Calving Ease

Following the widespread drought across the continent a couple of years ago, the National Cow Herd has been severely reduced. The process of rebuilding is happening and female data indicates heifer slaughtering’s are down and there is a substantial increase in retained females on property. Rebuilding can occur by-: 1) Joining more heifers (note Live

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2017 Angus Sale Lot 52

2017 Angus Sale Lot 52

2017 Angus Bull Sale – Lot 52 Dulverton Larry L201 Dulverton Larry L201 is very special to Sal, me and the Dulverton Team, we believe he stands out as the pick of the Dulverton Harry H035 sons and H035 is certainly a contender for the lead sire of this years sale team. The yearling we

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2017 Angus Sale Lot 3

2017 Angus Sale Lot 3

2017 Angus Bull Sale – Lot 3 Dulverton Lethal L056 We have always thought a lot of L056, we used him to mop up our 2nd A.I. mob of cows. One of the most pleasing attributes of his work was his attention to the cows, from the day we put him out he didn’t stop

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Frankel

Frankel

We purchased the ‘walking rights’ to Booroomooka Frankel in 2012, he was an exciting individual, his physical attributes were superior to any potential sire we could find that year. He had always been ‘head and shoulders’ above his contemporaries for growth and his body capacity, natural thickness, feet, legs and mobility all positives. Perhaps his

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Black Pearls are Pearlers

Black Pearls are Pearlers

This year we will offer the first of our Black Pearl progeny. We used Black Pearl, he is one of Dick Whale’s “stable”, and because of his calving ease, to growth spread and his carcase attributes. We have been mighty impressed with the performance of his first set of calves at Dulverton so much so

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Theme for the Day

Theme for the Day

There is no reason to produce beef other than to satisfy the eating quality expectations of the beef consumer, at every occasion, price competitively. No If’s, No Buts, No Maybes.   Beef’s market share in Australia (and all other westernised cultures) has been on a steep decline since the 1970’s. Back then, beef was number

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