ANGUS + HEREFORD:
3R ANGUS GENETICS:
Angus cattle have crafted a reputation across the globe as the most favoured breed and the cornerstone of nearly every beef industry. The 3R Angus program is built on some of the most proven, high performing genetics in the industry. Our cattle combine some of the most outstanding phenotype & genotypes in the breed, selected for their ability to thrive under our conditions.
3R LINE ONE HEREFORD GENETICS:
Since 1934 the Line One program has operated as a closed herd with continual focus on commercially relevant production traits. These cattle have built many of the herds and bloodlines that are the foundation of the Hereford breed globally. Line One cattle are favoured by profit focused Cattlemen who value the productive capacity of the maternal cows and seek versatility in marketing options. Furthering aiding this Line One cattle have been proven to offer greater heterosis on cows of any breed. The superior traits of real world cattle.
3R POLL HEREFORD GENETICS:
The 3R Poll Hereford herd has been crafted from some of the highest performing genetics in the market today. These include the outstanding Churchill Herd in Montana & highly successful NJW Herd in Wyoming. This genetic base is being blended with the most proven, high performing genetics from Australia & New Zealand to bring the best the breed has on offer.
3R BREEDING PHILOSOPHY:
What do we strive for?
Our Breeding Philosophy is aimed at 3 fundamental aspects proven to drive performance in the commercial beef industry;
#1. Maximum - Maternal Production
#2. Greater - Individual Performance
#3. Higher - Net Carcass Value
Production focus balanced with function is our desire to breed.
NOTE: ON 25TH MARCH MLA SUSPENDED THE REPORTING OF NATIONAL INDICATORS THROUGH 27TH APRIL 2020. THE INABILITY TO ACCESS BROAD DATA, LIMITS THE CAPACITY TO ASSESS MARKET VALUES THROUGH THIS PERIOD.
FEAR RUNS WILD: For the past fortnight, green grass & empty paddocks have seemingly insulated Australian cattle markets from the coronavirus however this week the record run was tempered.
YOUNG CATTLE: Against the backdrop of seemingly every global commodity market falling sharply, young cattle remain defiant.
Cows: Over the course of recent weeks cows have largely plateaued and this continued this week. The ES Medium Cow Indicator closed at $282.25c lwt, down $1c for the week. Again the balance between Restockers and the export markets is an equation to watch - particularly relevant here may be the backlog of product held by Processors.
This report is for interest purposes only and should not be relied upon.
NOTE: ON 25TH MARCH MLA SUSPENDED THE REPORTING OF NATIONAL INDICATORS THROUGH 27TH APRIL 2020. THE INABILITY TO ACCESS BROAD DATA LIMITS THE CAPACITY TO ASSESS MARKET VALUES THROUGH THIS PERIOD.