on 20th February 2014
Three generations at Gyranda have been crafting a line of cattle ideally suited to produce beef in northern Australia. As the season turns in 2014 they are once again releasing a selection of those female genetics to cattle producers who would like to fast track their herd improvement.
With any luck, the eventual start to the northern cyclone season has not caused too much destruction and leaves you in a position of some confidence with a dose of summer rain under your belt. For most it will be a long road back after a long dry, but 2014 also brings with it the promise of better prices and a beef industry buoyed by un-parrelled demand and a sliding Australian dollar.
Gyranda has had reasonable seasons with improved pregnancy rates and are in a position to offer a line of females for sale, on property on March 26.
This is a young line of fertile females at the start of their productive life, and offer the perfect opportunity for you to upgrade at a critical juncture in the beef industry.
250 cows will be on offer for your perusal, all joined to poll bulls.
Gyranda’s reputation for consistently pushing the boundaries of fertility; for collecting and utilising data to improve growth and carcass should give you great confidence in these females. As per usual performance data is available.
Some of Gyranda’s very best stud females will be offered for sale, as will a large line of purebred commercial heifers, providing a real opportunity for every operation to acquire the right animals for you.
Catalogues for our upcoming female production sale on March 26th are with the printers. Pictures and details or most cow/calf units are now up on the Gyranda website (click on this link). The Santa Gertrudis Association will have the full catalogue listing on their website (www.santagertrudis.com.au) in the coming week. Selling agents for the day will be GDL and Landmark, with the sale also being conducted on Auctions Plus.
All females presented will be Preg Tested in Calf (PTIC) and EU accredited.
In honour of all the females in our industry, the day will be a “Ladies Day” with several stalls running on site (including Custom Leathercraft, Rhubarb boutique, Holmes Enterprises, Enjo, Framed by Em, Cards by Bron Burnham, Whichworx herbal lotions, DCCA, Drovers I.D. and Inspirational Heat bags). The lovely Dawson Valley ICPA ladies will be catering with a few lavish touches, and running a bar on the day.
If you would like to receive a catalogue, or for more information please contact Peter Mahony on 07-49937144 or firstname.lastname@example.org