Category Archives: Herefords

Miniature Herefords at Ulverstone Show

Caitlyn Nixon of Carrington Park of Wagga Wagga at the Hereford Youth Expo

Learning the ropes at the Herefords Australia Youth Expo

“Learning the ropes” the pee wee’s and the junior group’s learning how to make a rope halter for their cows. Whilst the intermediate and senior groups learn all about genomics and DNA defects.

Everyone having a wonderful time at the HAL youth expo camp despite the very cold conditions.

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Miniature Herefords at the Herefords Australia Youth Expo

Today has seen the kick off of the Herefords Australia Youth Expo, held over the weekend in Wodonga VIC. The AMHBN has been represented by Caitlyn and Emily Nixon from Carrington Park Minature Hereford Stud, Wagga Wagga. The expo is a yearly event held in any nominated city and attracts entrants from across the country. It is a good way to introduce young people into the world of cattle showing with seminars on EBV’s, pasture management and many more interesting topics. We wish the Nixon girls all the best and good luck.

You can view more news and photos as it happens during the weekend on the Herefords Australia Youth Facebook page by clicking here

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SYDNEY ROYAL HEREFORD FEATURE SHOW

SYDNEY ROYAL HEREFORD FEATURE SHOW & SALE 2018
Friday 23rd March 2018 – Tuesday 3rd April 2018
The 2018 Sydney Royal Hereford Feature show will be held on Saturday the 24th of March 2018.

Come along and see the BIG cousins of miniature Herefords.

The show schedule can be seen here

Boomer Creek Mack at a show in Tasmania

Winswood Miniature Herefords – some of their calves this year

Winswood Miniature Herefords on 325 acres in South Gippsland. The animals they have for sale can be viewed here

 

All our stud animals are registered with Herefords Australia and we are members of the Australian Miniature Hereford Breeders Network (AMHBN)

Miniature Herefords are an easy, friendly breed, easily distinguished by their markings, and we have had nothing but pleasure in our involvement with them. We look forward to breeding animals that others on small properties can enjoy too and will have steers for sale in the autumn.