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Controlled grazing maximises pasture for the Cranney family at Bonyi, Goondiwindi

Posted on July 13, 2018

Running Angus cattle and maximising pasture production has allowed the Cranney family of Goondiwindi to meet a range of markets, writes Ruth Schwager, in The Land, June 30, 2018.

The Cranney family have been sourcing their Angus bulls from Te Mania Angus, and find the bulls have exceeded expectations through the effect they have had on the breeder herd and the progeny.  “At sale time we use EBV data and a visual assessment to target sires with moderate birthweight, high fertility and growth, structural soundness and in the top 10 per cent intramuscular fat and eye muscle area” John Cranney said.  Full story

Todd and John Cranney, Bonyi, Goondiwindi. Photo courtesy of The Land