Moogenilla Angus bulls have been sold to a wide range of areas, including Far North Queensland, South West Queensland and the Northern Territory in 2017 and 2018. Among the local, Western NSW, Tablelands and Eastern Riverina beef breeders, Consolidated Pastoral Company (CPC) has been competing to take the Moogenilla Angus bulls north.
Troy Setter, from CPC said the Moogenilla bulls are balanced and well suited to the Northern Australian environment. Moogenilla bulls have also settled into the Mulga country in South West Queensland and the dry plains in Far West NSW, equally with the cold Tablelands and the local mixed farming areas.
‘A tough, adaptable bull with good temperament, growth and carcass is what we’re aiming to provide to the breeders on Friday 2nd August in Forbes’, said Sarah Wrigley, from Moogenilla Angus.