TE MANIA ANGUS showcased its continuous dedication and improvement to quality genetics for all sectors of the beef supply chain at its Beef Week display at Mortlake on Saturday, February 2nd.
The stud’s goal of providing genetic boost to client herds with cutting-edge genetic material for profitable high quality beef production was highlighted by the exceptional EBVs and $Indexes in the lineup of 160 bulls for its Autumn on-property Bull Sale on March 6.
98% of the sale bulls are above Breed Average for Angus Breeding $Index (+114). This identifies genetic differences between animals that will improve overall profitability in the majority of commercial grass and grain finishing beef production systems.
For the Heavy Grain Index, 99% of our sale bulls exceed the breed average, and for the Heavy Grass Index 95% exceed the breed average.
When it comes to marbling, the processing industry benchmark for carcase quality, 98% of the catalogue outperforms the breed average IMF of +1.7.
In growth, 90% of this year’s autumn on-property sale are above the breed average in 600-day weight (+106), 400-day (+81) and 200-day (+45).”
The high rank of the Te Mania Angus sale bulls across the EBV table and for $Indexes show Te Mania Angus are producing exactly what the market wants. And that, means genetic boost at the conception end and profitability on the bottom line.