Talbalba Herefords2021-06-03T01:35:12+00:00

R5XP043(H)

Sold for an Australian Hereford auction record of $100,000 at our 2020 Annual Sale
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R5XP043(H)

Sold for an Australian
Hereford auction record
of $100,000 at our 2020 Annual Sale

Steve, Debbie, Kate, Meg and Brooke Reid own and operate the Talbalba Hereford Stud on undulating Brigalow, Belah country between Millmerran and Inglewood, Queensland

We aim to produce 60 Industry relevant Hereford sires with superior carcase traits for our annual on property sale in August.

We source natural sires Australia wide and use modern breeding technologies (AI and ET) to access superior genetics  from the USA and NZ as well as Australia to  produce moderately framed, heavily muscled Herefords with clean coats and strong eyes. Our primary goal is to  produce good lines of commercial bulls for both pure Hereford and Cross breeding operations. We collect growth, carcase and fertility data analysed by Breedplan and enhanced by Genomics to aid balanced selection criteria of both males and females. Fertility is a priority as it is the most important profit driver in any herd, heifers are expected to calve at 2 year old.

2021 On Property Bull Sale

THURSDAY 26th AUGUST, 2021, 11:30am

60 Polled and Horned performance recorded sires with strong data sets and outstanding phenotypes.

“Delemere” 1392 Nicol Creek Road, Millmerran, QLD

Sale interfaced with Auctions Plus.

SAVE THE DATE

2021 On Property Bull Sale

THURSDAY 26th AUGUST, 2021, 11:30am

53 Polled and Horned performance recorded sires with strong data sets and outstanding phenotypes.

“Delemere” 1392 Nicol Creek Road, Millmerran, QLD

Sale interfaced with Auctions Plus.

SAVE THE DATE

Talbalba bulls and females are bred for premium beef production with the data to prove it. Back to Back generations of high marbling (IMF) and high yielding (EMA) sires used ensures a consistent boost to your MSA index at slaughter time.

2020 Annual Bull Sale Results

2020 saw our best ever sale with Lot 1, R5XP043 (H) selling for $100,000, an Australian record for a horned Hereford bull sold at auction.

The sale achieved 100% clearance to average $11,867.00. Cara Park Herefords and Yarram Park Performance Genetics purchased Talbalba Emperor P043(H) by Mawarra Emperor, an impressive bull for the times combining an excellent data set with outstanding phenotype.
Thank you to all buyers, underbidders and supporters for your confidence in our breeding program, we couldn’t be happier with the result.

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1 month ago

Talbalba Herefords

Bull calves 2020 off to a good start. ... See MoreSee Less

Bull calves 2020 off to a good start.

1 month ago

Talbalba Herefords

Should get a nice draft of sale bulls out of this year's weaners, heaviest bull calf 443 kg at 7 months ! ... See MoreSee Less

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Excellent to see good Herefords on grass nothing compares but I might be biased

They are looking great!

That’s a very nice video team 👍

I’ll give you a couple grand

Was Pure Horned Or a Muley??? Thanks

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3 months ago

Talbalba Herefords

Feed, feed, glorious feed 😀 ... See MoreSee Less

Feed, feed, glorious feed 😀

Comment on Facebook Feed, feed, glorious...

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My goodness so good

Is that bambatsi or purple pidgeon grass

Happy Cows!

Wow i just learnt about 3 grasses i never knew about. Very cool.

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