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Brooklands Free Range Beef A Success

On the mineral rich Volcanic pastures of Blampied you will find the British White Cattle contently Grazing the Chemical Free Pastures of Brooklands Free Range Farms. Their pure white coats with distinctive black ears, nose & hooves create a striking appearance...

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Wins at Tallangatta Show

Member Craig Cross from Nanthes Park farm in Victoria let us know that his daughter Tabby and their heifer Lady Penelopy did very well at the recent Tallangatta show. Pictured above is Tabby Cross showing Nanthes Park Lady Penelope at the show on Saturday 9 March...

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Robertsonian Translocation

1:29 Robertsonian Translocation, a Genetic Defect of Cattle. By Dr Ian Holmes, Ravenswood British White Cattle Stud, Benalla, Australia: 1 March 2019. Robertson discovered a chromosomal rearrangement where two normal V-shaped chromosomes fuse at their centromeres to...

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16 Mar 2019 BWCSA General Meeting

BWCSA General Meeting at Eltham, NSW, Saturday 16th March 2019 Members and guests are invited to attend the 2019 General Meeting of the BWCSA.  Members are reminded that proxy forms must be received by the Secretary by COB Thursday 14th March 2019. VENUE Brae Cottage,...

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New Online Documents

New Documents for Members We have posted 2 new documents to help members. Herd Book Registration Procedure Takes you through filling out the Herd Book form with lots of advice Pricing Schedule For Genetic Testing A schedule of genetic test pricing available to all...

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Efficiency and British Whites

Efficiency is a concept that all farmers are familiar with, especially given the difficulties facing the agricultural sector in the twenty-first century. Every penny spent on feed, medicine, or veterinarian bills are pennies off the profit margin, a lesson that many...

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How to Select a Proper Beef Cow Udder

How to see and select a proper beef cow udder. Udder Suspension and Teat Size Scores. Udder and teat quality are among the most important functional traits of beef females. Unsound udders and teats are associated with reduced productive life and inferior calf...

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Excellence in Calving

Every farmer both loves and dreads calving time. On one hand, breeders eagerly anticipate additions to their herds. Yet calving time often means sleepless nights and risking your investment with difficult births, and then facing the possibility that your first calf...

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Frame Score in Beef Cattle

Learning all about Frame Score in Beef Cattle is easy and something all beef cattle producers should be familiar with. Hip height converted to frame score is a linear measurement that helps cattle producers evaluates lean-to-fat ratio potential of an individual animal...

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Traits That Will Bring Profit To Your Herd

Fertility and Ease in Calving The single most important economic trait in the cattle industry is that of fertility. That ability of a cow to give birth to a live calf each year of her productive life. The first calf should arrive at the cow’s second birthday and a...

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