Minlacowie and Wingfield Droughtmaster Studs
Were both established in 1967 as Stud no’s 49 and 47 respectively. The Wingfield Stud was formed by the Late Great Stud Master Frank Hodgson and we were privileged to be able to purchase the complete Herd back in 2001.
Both Studs over the years have been extremely successful in both the Sale and Show Rings. The two Studs have sold Bulls to $100,000 and the Studs combined have topped the Droughtmaster National a record nine times including the top priced Bull at the Droughtmaster Sale in 2018 with $55,000 Minlacowie Vinnie(D2) this would have to be one of our most rewarding achievements to date. Both Studs have been very successful in the Show Ring winning numerous Grand and Supreme Exhibits including many Brisbane Royal Grand Championships.
The Studs are now located on several properties in the Callide Valley Central Queensland. We strive to maintain the Bos Indicus Content in our Herd using Brahman Bulls and bringing their progeny up through the D rating System. We keep the short sleek Tropical coat, Moderate length ears, Looseness, Length and scale along with very Feminine Females in our Herd. We also maintain enough leg to enable our Bulls to go out there to some of the Harsher environments and large areas and cover the distances and cows with ease.
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17th & 18th September 2019
National Bull Sale, Rockhampton
Droughtmaster National (DN.) is one of the longest running bull sales, having sold every year since 1959, as the venue for Droughtmaster Society members to offer the best of their bulls for sale. Presently 90 studs with a combined registered cow herd of 10,000 cows enjoy current vendor status.
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Studs combined have topped the Droughtmaster National a record nine times including the top priced Bull at the Droughtmaster Sale in 2018 with $55,000 Minlacowie Vinnie.
Friday, 25 October 2019
Roma Droughtmaster Bull Sale, Roma
The inaugural Roma Sale was first held on Saturday, September 3, 1998. A total of 92 bulls were catalogued. All bulls are inspected on farm to ensure they are the of a standard the Society considers appropriate.