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Northern Territory Multimin Performance Ready Challenger My name's Jessica Di Pasquale and along with Alison Haines and Noah Taylor, we manage the Charles Darwin University’s Katherine Rural Campus. The property is located 16 km north of Katherine and runs a Brahman Stud and Brahman / cross...

                              My name's Craig Brewin and I manage Maranoa Downs which is situated 20km west of Naracoorte SA. We run predominately Angus cows joined to Wagyu bulls producing feedlot entry cattle. Some years ago, we ran multiple trace element trials with...

                            Tasmanian Multimin Performance Ready Challenger I'm Richard Sutton from King Island, Tasmania. I am a beef farmer producing MSA grade yearlings with 500 cows. Taroona Pastoral is situated at Egg Lagoon which is on the northern end of King Island and is approximately 1,000...

                      I'm Don McConnel, manager of our family property Mt Brisbane Droughtmasters. I run purebred Droughtmaster cattle and a Droughtmaster stud operation on a 4,500 hectare breeding and fattening operation in the Brisbane Valley. Through better herd and pasture management, I have recently seen an...

We're Alister and Renee and we run Frisian x Red Dairy milking cows in Framlingham, Victoria. As part of the Multimin Performance Ready Challenge, we are using 210 animals (105 treated and 105 untreated) to assess improvements in immunity...

G'day, we're Ryan and Elisha Willing. We run a 300 Angus breeder, self replacing herd on our property "Carnigup", East of Esperance in WA. We've been selected to compete in the Multimin Performance Ready Challenge and are keen to find out...

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