Selective breeding makes top angus cattle

Lot 2 Onslow Regent L388 will be on offer at this year's annual Onslow sale.
Lot 2 Onslow Regent L388 will be on offer at this year's annual Onslow sale.

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The beef industry has been steadily cruising to a level that has not been experienced in the past 50 years.  

Premiums are being recorded for premium quality and consistently presented cattle with the basic traits that fit into the world meat requirements.

One of the contributing factors for the stability in the industry is the diversity of world market requirements which enables Australia to sell clean, consistent beef.

Onslow has been selecting and breeding these industry requirements whilst maintaining the commercial traits needed to sustain a functional and fertile herd.

Owing to succession, Onslow has relocated the Angus Stud to “Glenarchy” Cootamundra where a new sale complex has been prepared.  

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The bulls may not have the usual Wallendbeen weight but are one of the most uniform groups Onslow have offered.

Onslow will offer 30 two-year-old bulls and 30 yearling bulls by a select group of sires that have industry performance.  

This past season saw many clients market Onslow blood weaners throughout Southern NSW with outstanding results.  

One of the top performers was Paul and Michele Byrnes with their weaners selling at Braidwood for $1,400.

Onslow blood steers were consistently commented on for their type, length, thickness and softness.

The Onslow Angus annual sale will be held on August 28 at 1pm by video auction. Enquiries: Doug Tozer on 69426636 or