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Wales UK 2009
Wendy Finucane, manager of Ashrose Murray Grey Stud, Wales UK, purchased exclusive UK marketing rights in Bundaleer X Road X37 at the time of the World Congress. Since then 'Crossroad' has been used extensively over the traditional females in the herd with outstanding results.
‘Every cow calved easily and the calves thrived from day one and have continued to grow. I am so pleased with the results that I have used X Road extensively on the herd again this year.
The weaning weights were up on previous years and the weaning weights are some of the biggest I've had’.
Ashrose Murray Grey Stud
Bundaleer X Road X37 pictured above at the time of the World Congress. Pictured left, Ashrose Tornado (by Crossroad) at 16 months in paddock condition
Client Tony and Joe Larussa, run 600 plus Murray Grey and Angus breeders 120km north of Perth. They have been buying Bundaleer bulls for a number of years and in 2008 they achieved premiums of 20c/kg - selling at the Midland Saleyard.
Bundaleer bulls are good workers and their progeny are; fast growing, well muscled, easy doing with extra length.
Bundaleer Zone Z27 was purchased for $9000 at the Gingin Murray Grey Bull Sale. The picture above was taken shortly after the 2008 joining season as a four year old. Pictured left, Z27 at 21 months of age weighing over 950kg. (Semen available)
Performance where it counts...
in the paddock.
Bundaleer Amore A4 was purchased for $4500 at the Gingin Murray Grey Bull Sale (picture below). The picture right was taken shortly after the 2008 joining season as a three year old.
New Norcia 2006
Tania and Rob Menzies, New Norcia commenting on Bundaleer Young Star Y46, he was bought for $7250 to put over their 120 Greyman females. “After actually seeing him in the flesh we were impressed by his figures and even more impressed by his overall conformation and structure.” Farm Weekly (March 2006)
With the introduction of Bundaleer genetics we have developed a great foundation for the future of our beef herd” Kim Knapp Blackwood Grazing Farmweekly, 2002.