TALGOONA Charolais stud genetics are achieving top results in the commercial market.
Neighbours of the stud,Lester and Kellie Noske use the Talgoona genetics andregularly top the Wagga cattle market with their Charolais-cross calves.
In fact the heifer calves have made the same amount of money as the steers.This is a major advantage of the Charolais cross that the heifers weights and cent per kilogram are above the straight British-bred heifers.
Another client Alan Geppert, topped the Wagga Market with calves making$2.07c per kilo.
This resulted in a return of $200/head more than the Angus-sired calves from the same cows sold by Mr Geppert a year earlier.
Valda Parr, is always in the top quotes when she sells her crossbred calves each year.
Chug Kennedy was exstactic with the price of his calves and couldn’t believe the extra weight in these crossbred calves.And Matt Armstrong from Marrar regularly tops the wagga market with his vealers.
Livestock agent Anthony Cummins praised the genetics saying many of the clients he represents had achieved success in the market using Charolais.
Talgoona has recently purchased a Poll bull from Rosedale Charolais Stud.
Rosedale Charolais has an excellent record for carcase quality, and the cattle have performed well in feedlot trials. Talgoona have eight-month-old calves on the ground by the Rosedale bull and they are looking very impressive.
Talgoona is a small herd that concentrateson breeding commercially-focused bulls that are moderate framed, quiet and easy doing with good muscling and excellent finishing ability.
Talgoona will have bulls for sale on January 27 to coincide with Beef Week.
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