In The Media

New stud records in 2021

STOCK JOURNAL 23/02/2021

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Roseleigh Angus more than doubled its 2020 sale average, averaging $13,287 and setting a new stud record top price of $20,000 in the process.  Top priced Roseleigh Quarterback is destined for Venturon Livestock, WA.

Life Membership for Ronnie

STOCK JOURNAL 18/02/2021

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Following in his father’s footsteps, Ronald Cowley was bestowed the Angus Australia Honorary Life Membership by President and Board Chairman Sam White in recognition for his contributions to the Angus breed and Angus Australia

Roseleigh purchases top priced Hector at Mandayen

STOCK JOURNAL 25/02/2020

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Roseleigh have purchased highly-admired Mandayen Hector P417, a son of Coonamble Hector H249 and out of two year old Mandayen Brenda M401, for $31,000.  The Roseleigh team look forward to seeing the growth and structural soundness Hector brings to the herd.

Roseleigh ticking all the boxes


A sound temperament combined with rumps like the Vicar of Dibley are the key attributes that drew Nathan Nutt, Keith, South Australia, to Roseleigh Angus bulls.

Monview has no reason to change a good run

STOCK JOURNAL 10/02/2020

Bruce McMurray, Monview, Keith, has been purchasing Roseleigh bulls for almost 10 years.  

“I buy only from Roseleigh and I can tell you Mat’s articles certainly look good. They are very well structured bulls and for me their growth rates are right.”

Heifers to $1310 for Black Range

STOCK JOURNAL 18/11/2019

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Long term clients Josh & Jaime Densley, Black Range, Willalooka sold March-April drop heifers to a section top of $1310 at the Amherst Circuit Sale

KP Pastoral long term success


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KP Pastoral, Roseleigh clients for over 20 years, have been seeing great results at local markets.

“The cows we’ve got, with the Roseleigh bulls over the top, just seems to work really well,” Tim says. “We get that nice cover on our calves. We get that nice bit of stretch in them, they’re nice, soft animals and they just sell well. And that’s the ball game right there – the price you get in the market.”


Stand-out Weerona females


Weerona Pastoral Company, Keith had the highest price pen at the Naracoorte annual feature female sale, with a stand-out line of PTIC Roseleigh-blood cows.    The 2014 drop cows topped at $2000, with the 74 cows averaging $1790. 

Josh Densley long term buyer at Roseleigh


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Josh Densley has been a Roseleigh client for more than 20 years and says he likes the Roseleigh bulls for their easy doing-ability and performance on grass, and looks for bulls with positive fats and good cow fertility. 

Jacob’s success at Colac sale


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Mark & Leah Jacob sold 150 Angus steers at the Colac weaner sale, 3/1. Top pen of 20, 385kg made $1295 or 336c/kg, second pen of 17, 377kg made $1230 or 326c/kg. The next two pens of their draft made 338-343c/kg.

Weeroona heifers soar to $1454 at Naracoorte


The herd reduction of Weeroona Pastoral Co, Keith, topped the Naracoorte sale making $3.50-$3.61/kg.  The complete 2017-drop of 225 Roseleigh blood, Angus heifers averaged an impressive $1246 and topped at $1455 for 16 heifers weighing 403 kg.

“The calves were soft and well doing cattle- they were absolutely magnificent,” Rodwells agent Craig Escott said.

Zerk steers & heifers top Strath


 JRW&ME Zerk, Lyndoch topped the Strath sale with $1610 for eight 18-month-old Roseleigh-blood Angus steers weighing 556kg.  

Their heifers were also the highest price and heaviest heifers of the sale, averaging 516kg and fetching $1420.

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