DSK Angus will hold an open day on property, Borah Station, 1220 Borah Creek Road, Rocky Glen on July 6 from 10am.
DSK will have 53 high performance Angus sale bulls on display that will go under the hammer on farm, Borah Station, on July 22 at 1pm. The sale will also be available on AuctionsPlus. This will mark the 29th annual bull sale for the DSK stud.
Guest speakers for the open day will include Warren Miller, who has vast experience in the seedstock and commercial beef operations and currently is genetics manager for Hewitt’s producing some 700 bulls annually for their expansive beef operations throughout Australia.
Roger Evans for Bovine Scanning Services is currently the most experienced scanner in Australia and is a respected and successful Shorthorn breeder from Tamworth and along with wife Niaomi, has bred and shown many champions at Royal and National shows. Roger has wide judging experience including Interbreed judging at Brisbane Royal and Rocky Beef which are two of the biggest beef exhibitions in Australia.
Both Warren and Roger will go through selection processes to acquire the right bull for different scenarios.
Chris and Helen of DSK like to see clients pick the correct bull for their herd and marketing needs as your new sire in a self-replacing herd has a significant input in the herd for 10 years and beyond.
DSK studs program has been based on high performance, strong carcase and commercial focus.
DSK Angus programme has a strong Canadian genetic influence which is an outcross to mainstream Australian Angus genetics.
‘Big Tex’, the $56,000 sire has made a significant impact with some 30 sons or grandsons included in the sale. ‘Big Tex’ has bred their high marbling steer son with a marble score 8 at 12 months of age.
The open day program starts at 10.30am and concludes at 2pm with lunch and morning tea provided.
RSVP for catering purposes would be much appreciated. Contact Chris Knox on 0427 600 278 or Helen Alexander on 0438 600 278 or email [email protected] for more information.