Eyes on the crush

Central and North Burnett Times - - FEATURE -

AF­TER win­ning the open class at the 2012 Steer Sale at Biggen­den, Bill Walker has his eyes on the over­all cham­pion prize this year.

His Theodore prop­erty has been for­tu­nate to have a cou­ple of down­pours this week.

MrWalker said one of the high­lights of the All Breeds Steer Sale was its prizes.

“If you have your cat­tle look­ing good in the cur­rent con­di­tions and you present your cat­tle well, you can win some very at­trac­tive prizes,” he said.

“The fa­cil­i­ties at Biggen­den are great, with its multi-pur­pose yards sell­ing a va­ri­ety of cat­tle types.”

He de­scribed Biggen­den as the place­where the coast met the west, as the fa­cil­i­ties fed into a large area.

“The whole op­er­a­tion and or­gan­i­sa­tion of Bur­nett Live­stock and Realty is good,” he said.

Weather per­mit­ting, Mr Walker is look­ing at send­ing three pens of his bran­gus steers to com­pete.

RE­TURN­ING: BillWalker (sec­ond from­left) of The Brae Pas­toral at Theodore is re­turn­ing for the up­com­ing All Breeds Steer Sale at Biggen­den.

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