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The Champion Pasture Fed Female was bred and exhibited by John and Alison Bell, Inavale Brangus.  It was the winner of the Single heifer, showing no more than two permanent teeth class.
The Champion Pasture Fed Steer or Bullock was also bred and exhibited by Inavale Brangus, Boonah.  It was the winner of the Single steer, showing no permanent teeth.  The Brangus/Brahman cross steer weighed in at 642kg at 23 months. It was a most successful show for Inavale Brangus who won every class they entered except one, from some strong individual classes.
The Champion Pen of Grain Fed Steers or Bullocks was bred and exhibited by Mark and Lynda Bauer, Elara Brangus, Laidley.  The pen was the winner of the Pen of three steers or bullocks bred and owned by the Exhibitor and showing no more than two permanent teeth.  The pen had an average weight of 612kg, milk teeth and an average age of 21 months. It was also a successful show for Elara Brangus winning both grain fed pen classes that they entered.

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Above: Elara Champion grain fed Pen of three steers.

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