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Fossil Creek Angus

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Tough Environment needs Tough Genetics

James Lindsay has been managing the family property, Stoneburn Station in the Nenthorn Valley near Macraes gold mine for the past six years. Carrying 12,000 stock units – with 230 Angus and Angus cross cows and 7000 ewes, James has improved productivity greatly through development and management including his passion for livestock production genetics. The … Read more

Pannett Family Focused on Fossil Creek

‘Hill Springs’ is a 3000 hectare property in the Teviot valley near Roxburgh that runs from heavy river flats bordering the Clutha River to extensive run country rising to 2000 metres. John and Tina Pannett have run the property for many years and have now introduced the next generation. Curtis, their son has returned to … Read more

Resilience the key at ‘The Hectors’

‘The Hectors’ is a 2200 hectare run property nestled at the coastal end of the Kakanui ranges in North Otago. Typically steep and dry, this challenging North Otago property is farmed by Martin and Janene Parsons, and is where they have brought up their children, Caitlyn and Matt. The property is predominantly tussock with 400 … Read more

Passionate about Performance

Bob Johnson is passionate about his females… (the four legged kind!!). Bob manages Hazeldine, a 2500 Ha North Otago typical dry steep run block in the headwaters of the Kakanui river. Take a trip around the farm with Bob and you can’t help but be impressed by the evenness of the predominantly Angus cowherd numbering … Read more

Lambhill forges ahead

“Beef cows shouldn’t be treated as second class citizens on hill country – here at Lambhill, they are a crucial part of our profitability”. Lambhill Station is an environment that can challenge both man and beast in the steep hills of the Taieri Gorge. The 22,000 stock unit property covers 4550 hectares of steep, exposed … Read more