Current SIRES



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We inspected Hallmark in March 2018 having been impressed by many of his progeny in the previous 12 months. Hallmark transmits immense weight for age, length and style into his sons. His daughters are smoothly made cows with enormous capacity and beautiful head carriage. Hallmark was used in our 2018 AI & ET programs.

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We visited Millah Murrah in April 2018 during very dry times to inspect Kruse Time. He was in beautiful condition. He is a moderate framed bull with sound structure and feet. It was impressive to watch him move so freely despite carrying such an immense amount of muscle. A top sire in the making, we used him in our 2018 AI & ET programs.


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We purchased Revenue M4 for $35,000 at the 2017 Booragul Angus Bull Sale in partnership with Knowla Livestock and Palgrove. Revenue M4 has exceptional length, a powerful hind quarter and stands on very good feet. He returned for stud duties in the paddock here in 2018. Sons sell in 2019.



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We admired K42 at the 2015 Millah Murrah Bull Sale when he sold for $80,000. One of the most visually attractive sires we had seen in some time, he breeds true to his own type, transmitting deep, long, squarely made progeny. His daughters here are stunning young cows. A son was equal top price at our 2018 bull sale. We returned to Klooney again in our 2018 AI & ET programs.


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Perennial ‘go-to’ sire, Emperor has been widely used in the Angus breed after selling for $91,000 in 2011. He is an exceptional sire as he injects solid weight for age, soft fleshing and outstanding data. His lasting legacy will no doubt be in the quality of his daughters. A son was equal top price at our 2018 bull sale. Sons sell in 2019.


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Complement is a breed favourite due to his ability to sire all-round, versatile, industry focused cattle. He breeds progeny with excellent top line muscle expression and provides a balanced number set, from calving ease to growth and carcase. His calves here are showing tremendous thickness from an early age. Sons sell in 2019.


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Lakeside caught our attention at the 2016 Millah Murrah bull sale before he sold for $54,000 to Alexander Downs at Merriwa. His dimensions of width, depth and length were impressive and combined with a very useful number set, we were excited to use him through AI. His maternal pedigree is peerless. His dam H113 has had three sons to sell for $40,000 or more. H113’s full sister sold as Australia’s highest priced Angus cow at the 2017 Millah Murrah Female sale when she made $54,000. Lakeside’s daughters are outstanding and his sons exhibit tremendous thickness with their sire’s soft finish. Sons sell in 2019.


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Out of New Zealand, Reality has stamped his place in the Australian Angus industry as a bull to moderate growth and inject softness. We are pleased with his impact here, having used him over big framed cows in the herd. A notable feature of the Reality line is calving ease, with all his calves here being born early and unassisted. He was used again by AI in 2018. Sons sell in 2019.


Joker completed a 6 week joining before going on to sell as top weight and top price at our 2015 Bull Sale. We collected semen from the bull to enter him in Cohort 6 of the Angus Sire Benchmarking Program. Joker is a powerful, free-moving sire with a beautiful head and a lot of presence. His dam is one of our favourite cows for her enormous depth of body and capacity. Joker’s progeny continue to impress us with their length, growth pattern and overall style. We used him in our 2018 AI & ET programs and will continue to trickle him into our herd for some years to come.


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Wattletop Docklands M301 was purchased at the 2017 Wattletop Bull Sale. M301 provides an outcross pedigree, solid weight for age and an excellent set of data. His first crop of calves are impressive and he continued stud duties in the paddock here in 2018.

Influential Past Sires

Comfort Hill EXT X293

Comfort Hill X293 was purchased after he won Supreme Angus Exhibit and was part of the Hordern Trophy winning team at the 2005 Sydney Royal Easter Show. Of the bulls used in our herd in the last decade, none have been more influential. Phenotypically, his daughters are exceptional. They represent the core of our herd today.

Patawalla Sandy B35

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B35 was an extremely thick bull with excellent mobility. Footage of this bull is available on the Media page of this site. Like Comfort Hill X293, this bull has left us with exceptional daughters who are high volume, feminine cows.

Millah Murrah Tex D211

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Tex was an athletic bull who put plenty of length into his progeny. He has bred plenty of excellent bulls (like Joker) over the last few years and his daughters are sound, large framed cows.