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On one part of the farm we are collecting bulls with Chris from Gener8 Reproduction,And on another we’re collecting embryos with Ced & Rowena from Ced Wise Artificial Breeding Services Pty LtdPlus a fixed time AI programme is in progress too.Working hard with the best to make genetic progress. ... See MoreSee Less
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#7: Genetic improvement of the herd.Now is a great time and this is our specialty. We’re always here to help.9 ways to take advantage of the beef trifecta — with Bob ShepherdIn early October, many scientists and extension officers shared their research findings at the Australian Rangeland Society and Desert Channels Group Conference in Longreach. However, one presentation stood out from the rest: 'Nine ways to take advantage of the beef trifecta', provided by Queensland Agriculture Principal Extension Officer, Bob Shepherd.Here is a summary of Bob's presentation, compiled by Meat & Livestock Australia: bit.ly/2YWlDty ... See MoreSee Less
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When you get great feedback from your genetics from a local butcher, you know you're on the right path.Thank you to Brian from Greenwood's Butchery in Bentley Park (Cairns) for your continued support.Meet Ghost our new addition to Snake Creek cattle farming he comes from Telpara Hills Brangus & Ultrablacks + Telpara Global Genetics on the tablelands. We can't wait to see some top quality calves from this guy. #localgrassfedbeed #brangus #greenwoodsbutchers ... See MoreSee Less
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We are thrilled! Telpara Hills won the award for Visual Standout Business on the Tablelands!Last night we were in a room jam packed with representatives from 250+ of our area’s leading operators, which made it really hit home how much of an honour being awarded was.Our Tablelands area is a wonderful place to be and we are proudly fighting to get our beef industry up here the recognition it deserves!Thank you to our team for all the hard work and extra effort you put in ❤️ Thank you Tablelands Regional Council for noticing ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Although the wet season hasn’t officially started yet here in the tropics, the cows (this one is a heifer) are in heaven this time of year with green grass and plenty of sunshine. We hope you’re spotting a few rainbows at your place too! ... See MoreSee Less
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