Ekka in photos
MORE than 1500 head of cattle travelled from across the country to be part of the competition at the Brisbane Ekka last week.
The santa gertrudis breed showcased the most stud cattle again this year.
The Bassingwaighte family of western Queensland took home a swag of ribbons across all categories including their bull Yarrawonga Fixer, who took out grand champion bull and champion of champions bull.
Visit the Rural Weekly website for more photos from the Ekka from across all different breeds of stud cattle.
Samantha Beresford with limousin junior reserve champion heifer Myers My Fair Lady.
Santa gertrudis junior champion bull Yarrawonga Gamer (P) by D&AD Bassingthwaighte and Co.
Grand champion santa gertrudis cow or heifer was won by Yarrawonga Escort of D&AD Bassingthwaighte and Co.
Kirrily Iseppi with red angus junior champion heifer GK Red Diamond Mist and runner-up GK ACM Red Lassie, both from G&K Iseppi Dalby.
Andrew Meara from Elders with red angus grand champion heifer GK Red Dina, held by Gavin Iseppi of G&K Iseppi Dalby.
Junior champion heifer was taken out by Waco Marley from David Bassingwaighte and family for the santa gertrudis breed.
The santa gertrudis grand champion bull was won by Yarrawonga Fixer of D&AD Bassingthwaighte and Co.
Little Valley Brie paraded by Cameron Bennett at the Ekka.
Champion junior bull Colinta Mentor with handler Scott Lintott.