Weona brangus bulls all set to go to work
SITUATED at Leeville, 12km south of Casino, Weona Brangus Stud joined the Australian Brangus Cattle Association in 1983.
Since then it has developed in size and quality to become one of the best known brangus studs in Australia.
Weona has sold bulls and females to four states across the country and is currently running 400 registered brangus females plus their replacements.
“We feel bull selecting is very important in our herd. We like to produce bulls that will go out and produce vealers for the vealer market, and stud sires for the stud market,” said Juanita Trustum, whose parents own the stud.
“Weona has supported the Casino All Breeds since the beginning. This year we will be offering 17 bulls at the sale.”
Weona bulls are prepared on a corn silage ration and are ready to go out and work. All bulls have been semen tested. These bulls are rising three years old. Weona will also be selling at the Grafton Angus/Brangus sale on August 5.
“We will be offering 10 brangus bulls and 20 commercial brangus heifers,” Juanita said.
BIG BOY: One of the 17 brangus bulls Weona will be bringing to Casino.