I have the following cattle for sale:
- TARALOO MAGGIE – 25 month old polled Heifer out of Topeka Hannah by Taraloo Khaos – Registered with HAL and Certified with AMHCA – has been shown and very quiet $3000
- TOPEKA HANNAH – 6.5 year old polled Cow out of Boomer Creek Gemima by Boomer Creek Nebraska – Registered with HAL and Certified with AMHCA – can be led and tied up – in calf to Taraloo Khaos $2500
- TARALOO KLARA – 4.5 year old polled Cow out of Topeka Hilda by Boomer Creek Pete – Registered with HAL – has been shown and very quiet – in calf to Taraloo Khaos $3500
- TARALOO NED – 2 year old polled Bull (has been DNA’ed – PP) out of Topeka Hilda by Taraloo Khaos – Registered with HAL and Certified with AMHCA – has been shown and very quiet $2500
- TARALOO PATRICK – 12 month old polled Bull out of Topeka Hilda by Taraloo Khaos – Registered with HAL and Certified with AMHCA – very quiet $1800
(All asking prices are GST exclusive)
All our cattle our vaccinated, regularly drenched and in very good condition (despite the drought).
Email for further enquiries and photos.
DW & TM HALL
761 Brolgan Road
(PO Box 775)
PARKES NSW 2870
Phone/Fax: (02) 6863 4742
Mobile: (0408) 274 032 – Dave
Mobile: (0417) 274512 – Toni
“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.
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
Summer 2017-18 can only be described as a stinker! Day after day of 36ºC + and some nights where the temperature only dropped down to a balmy 27ºC. And this is the Southern Highlands, the land of green pastures, pleasant days and cool evenings in Summer. We would be forgiven for thinking we’d moved to White Cliffs ( no offence, White Cliffs, it’s just that out there you know what to expect in Summer.) This was topped off with well below average rainfall and days of hot westerly winds. The result, pasture stopped growing around Christmas and steadily dried off. This lead to one big problem – hungry cattle. Even though Herefords are considered good ‘doers’ they were starting to lose some condition.
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