BBQ of­fers best beef

Open day a suc­cess

Central and North Burnett Times - - RURAL UPDATE -

MALARGA Bazadaise breed­ers Rod­ney and Karen Jo­han­nesen opened their prop­erty to vis­i­tors on the week­end for their an­nual open day.

Mr Jo­han­nesen said he was ex­tremely pleased to have about 50 peo­ple visit dur­ing the day.

“We had peo­ple from Bris­bane, Dar­ling Downs, Su­rat, Bund­aberg and ev­ery­where in be­tween,” Mr Jo­han­nesen said.

“We thought the day went off very, very well.

“We got a lot of pos­i­tive feed­back, we sold some bulls and one fe­male and re­ceived lots of pos­i­tive in­quiry.”

A high­light of the day was the Bazadaise steak bar­be­cue lunch.

“Some of the com­ments we heard from peo­ple in­cluded that it was the most beau­ti­ful piece of steak they had eaten,” Mr Jo­han­nesen said.

There­was a lot of in­ter­est in the Jo­han­nesen’s unique poll bazadaise cat­tle with peo­ple rolling in for the day from 9am.

The Jo­han­nesens are al­ready plan­ning next year’s event.

ON DIS­PLAY: Rare poll bazadaise bull Folkslee Fron­tier with Folkslee Her­ald, Hope and Deluxe.

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