This property will appeal to the astute investor, or owner occupier looking to enter the desired Kelvin Grove area of Brisbane, at an affordable price. This property offers 1 large bedroom, and 12 studio apartments. Recently completed and conveniently located, only minutes to The Queensland University of Technology, (QUT), and all other amenities. This is a rare opportunity for a sound investment and guaranteed return, due to its prime location.
Animal Type: Dogs Breed: Working Sex: Male Location: Leadville Quantity: 3 Price: $200.00
Shorthorn Jnr Heifer Show 2008 Young Achiever
Chad Williamson (NSW) - owns Chadwick Shorthorns with his father, 18 years old, bought a fair few females in the last year or so, attended SA Heifer Expo last year on Shorthorn Scholarship and won Reserve Intermediate Handler
Bushfire Assistance Our hand goes out to all the people effected by the bushfires in Victoria this week. Should anyone be able to help with agistment and transport of stock please contact one of the links below.
Bushfire and Flood Response
The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) is coordinating responses from farm groups across the country, who have all pledged their material and moral support for the victims of Victoria’s bushfires and Queensland’s floods. “Farmers across the country are rallying to the aid of those devastated by bushfires and flood,” NFF President David Crombie said. “We have been inundated by calls from farmers wanting to lend a hand in whatever way necessary.
The Rabobank Naracoorte Shorthorn Bull Sale
The Rabobank Naracoorte Shorthorn Bull Sale run by the SA Shorthorn branch is the feature bull sale for the Shorthorn breed in South Australia.
August 14 The Breeds That Work, Futurity Shorthorns/Temana Charolais Bull Sale, on property “Glen Ayr” Baradine
2009 West Coast Selection
This year will be the last time a Limorn bull is offered for sale. Due to a change in Craig and Tammy’s circumstances they are returning to the original Partridge family prefix of Priory Park.
Shorthorn Breed - SHORTHORN BEEF - Originally known as Durham cattle, Shorthorns arrived in Australia in 1799 and since then have been instrumental in making our nation one of the largest producers of high quality beef in the world. Over 450 members of the Shorthorn Society performance record more than 25,000 purebred stud animals bred throughout Australia each year and registered over 10,000 calves in 2008.