Ian Coy received his award for Champion Vealer or Yearling of the show from Matthew Grayson on behalf of Warwick Selling Agents.
Ian Coy received his award for Champion Vealer or Yearling of the show from Matthew Grayson on behalf of Warwick Selling Agents.

Stiff wins Champion Prime Beast

EVEN with all the Angus beef craze Warren Stiff can’t go past a Limousin cross beast, which definitely paid off for him in the Prime Beef competition yesterday.

He took out the Grand Champion Prime Beast of Show at the Warwick Show yesterday in a very elite field.

“It is very pleasing we have bred this for our Lyons Street Butchery,” Mr Stiff said.

“We have been quite happy with our quality.

“We felt we had good beef and it was nice to know they’ve done well today.”

Prime Cattle, Sheep and Lambs chairman Bill Gross said the numbers in the Prime Beef competition were similar to last year.

“It has been excellent I am very pleased with it,” Mr Gross said.

He said the Champion best was of very good muscle with great yielding meat.

Meanwhile, judge Neil Gotch said the standard of cattle was equal to what he had seen of cattle at the Brisbane Exhibition.

Champions

Reserve Champion Steer or Heifer – Risdon Park Feedlot

Champion Vealer or Yearling – Ian Coy

Grand Champion Prime Beast of Show – Warren Stiff

Highest Aggregate of Points – Risdon Park Feedlot

Highest Number of Entries – Risdon Park Feedlot



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