ONE of the most successful cattle studs in the Riverina will disperse the herd.
The name Birubi Limousins is synonymous with show-ring success and results in the commercial arena too.
It is a stud that was built up and supported my industry matriarch Annette Tynan and her late husband Michael over a number years.
She teamed up with Glenn and Susie Trout to build one of the largest Limousin Studs in the country. Over the years they also added Lim-Flex cattle to the mix too.
Mr Trout said there will be 270 lots in the dispersal when the cattle go under the hammer on November 10.
“We had gradually changed the commercial herd over to Lim-Flex,” he said.
“A lot of those will have embryo calves (at foot) by sale but others will be sold in pens at the start of the sale,” he said.
Mrs Trout explained that her and Glenn had been involved with the stud for 22 years.
She said one of the high points of the long term involvement was when Birubi won interbreed female and interbreed heifer at Sydney Royal Easter Show.
THE SALE: The upcoming dispersal will feature Lim-Flex females and an elite group of young bulls and herd sires as well as all the show gear.
All the other bulls were offered by private treaty from August, 1.
The Tynans registered Birubi Limousin Stud in 1992.
Sadly Michael passed away in early 2016 leaving a huge gap in the heart of everyone that knew him.
The stud’s home base has been at Wagga for the past 13 years where on property sales have been held.
The sale will again be conducted as a video auction run by Landmark in conjunction with Auctions Plus.
“It will be very sad to say goodbye as we have had a wonderful experience breeding Limousin for more than 25 years. It’s a great breed with a lot to look forward to in the future,” Mrs Tynan said.
The two properties in the Wagga area will also go to auction on October 23.