Wattlebray Parker (C6)
SIRE: WATTLEBRAY JERICHO (C6)
Parker our newest home bred sire to the Wattlebray ranks with some very solid genetics. Makenzie was the Reserve Junior Champion heifer at Beef 2018 and by the Jericho sire. We have a few calves on the ground now and are very impressive to say the least.
Rosewood Noah (C6)
SIRE: ROSEWOOD THIRSTY (C6)
DAM: ROSEWOOD 207/4 (C5)
Rosewood Noah was purchased in 2020 at the National Charbray Sale for his beautiful loose skin, short coat type and overall sire appeal he also comes standard with the impeccable temperament of the Rosewood cattle.
Wattlebray Maxwell (PP) (C6)
Maxwell was bred here at Wattlebray from Huntington Susan (P) who was purchased at the Elite Heifer Sale in Rockhampton. Selected firstly for his strength and style he also has the added bonus of being homozygous polled, while he hasn`t been tested all his calves to date are polled. Definitely keep your eyes peeled for some masculine polls with that all important head turning style.
SIRE: HUNTINGTON FABEK
DAM: HUNTINGTON MME KNORR 13 (S)
Lovell is the real deal producing a distinct type we believe will suit all enviroments his first 14 sons have sold at auction to average an impressive $11 750. (Pictured at 36 months)
Wattlebray Marshall (PS) (C5)
SIRE: HUNTINGTON HAGOS (C4)
DAM: WATTLEBRAY 32/8 (P/SC) (C5)
Sold to the “Greenfields” Stud, top price at the National Charbray Sale in 2018 for $24 000 with a semen share retained. Marshall was Reserve Junior Champion at Beef 2018, and a sire that we believe that will have a big impact in the breed.
Wattlebray Jericho (C6)
SIRE: HUNTINGTON FASHIONABLE (P) (C5)
DAM: WATTLEBRAY 180/1 (C5)
Sold to the “Emjay” Stud, 2nd top price at the National Charbray Sale in 2015 for $19 000 with a semen share retained.
EJ Charbrays Able 286
SIRE: GOBONGO JULIUS
DAM: WATTLEBRA BRIDIE
Sold to J N Wilson & Son “Valley” Stud in 1991 with a semen share retained. Waiting on ice for some time, but this semen is still top shelf with some exciting results in the few straws we have used over the new genetics of today. (Pictured is Wattlebray 275/3 at 24 months – a son of Able)