Kenmere Farm Biosecurity

Kenmere Farm Biosecurity

Kenmere Charolais has addressed the principles of farm biosecurity through management practices including:

  • The movement of people , vehicles and equipment
  • Farm inputs – stock , water and feed ( pasture , grain and hay)
  • Livestock Production practices
  • Plans for pest, weed and vermin control
  • Record keeping practices

Kenmere Charolais is proud of achieving a J –BAS 7 score and has completed two successive negative sample tests two years apart . All Cattle on the properties have been tested for Pestivirus and we are completely free. Our Biosecurity plans are under the supervision of Registered Practising Veterinarians.

KEMERERE TOPS BARNAWARTHA VEALER MARKET AGAIN!

A pen of eight, nine-month-old Charolais steers sold through Peter Ruaro/Rodwells on Tuesday 12th February 19 for 306.2 c/kg with an average weight of 359kg to come back at $1099.26/head.

A great result for calves straight off the cows in a season that has been tough on all producers in the area.

Sale Report January 2019

Kenmere Charolais Steer sales at Wodonga- Autumn Silver Calves

The predictability and performance of Kenmere genetics was highlighted at the multi breed sale at Barnawatha on Friday 11th January,2019. Kenmere sold a pen of 18 Charolais commercial steers at eight to nine months of age weighing 392 kgs for $1,140 per head. These steers were weaned straight off their mothers that morning. This price was second to the top price of $1,150 per head at that sale.

The Victorian Branch of the Charolais Society awarded Kenmere the best presented pen of Charolais cattle sold on the day to further commend the quality of the sale draft and the result.

Further sales on that day included a pen of 18 steers Kenmere – blood that weighed 337kgs sold for $1020 per head offered by the Horton family, a Kenmere client.

Kenmere returned to the Barnawartha saleyards on the following Tuesday 15th January,2019 offering one pen of 9 Charolais steers at eight to nine months of age that weighed 365 kgs for $1,092 per head returning $2.99 per kg that was the second highest price on the day at that sale.

Our overall draft of 44 head averaged $1,092 weaned straight off their mothers. These calves are reared in true commercial conditions and in many cases Charolais cross dams with multi generation sire lines.

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Kenmere Charolais Vealer Sales

Northern Victoria Livestock Exchange (Barnawartha)
Top Quote Reports – Prime Cattle Sales

29th May 18
6 x Charolais vealer steers – av 437.5kg @ 320 c/kg to average $1400/head
(2nd top price in the 400kg to 499kg section – top priced steer in a single pen)
12th June 18
27 x Charolais cross steers – av 287kg @291.2 c/kg to average $835.85
(Top price in the 200kg to 299kg section)
18 x Charolais cross vealer steers – av 318.6kg @ 318.6 c/kg to average $927.80/head
(3rd top price in the 300kg to 399kg section – higher priced calves were in single pens)
27th November 18
12 x Charolais vealer steers – av 446kg @ 296.2 c/kg to average $1323.03
(Top price in the 400kg to 499kg section)
27th November 18
14 x Charolais vealer steers – av 455kg @ 281.2 c/kg to average $1279.46
(Top price in the 400kg to 499kg section)
13 x Charolais vealer steers – av 396.5 @ 280.2 c/kg to average $1111.10
(Top price in the 300kg to 399kg section)
15th January 19
9 x Charolais cross vealer steers – av 365kg @ 299.2 c/kg to average $1261.44
(2nd top price in the 300kg to 399kg section – top priced pen contained 2 steers)
5 x Charolais cross vealer steers – av 432kg @ 292 c/kg to average $1261.44
(3rd top price in the 400 to 499kg section)

KENMERE CHAROLAIS 6th ANNUAL ON PROPERTY BULL SALE

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