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 Tough Environment needs Tough Genetics

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 Lambhill forges ahead

Indexes that make both dollars and sense!

Fossil Creek Angus took the initiative three years ago to introduce a simplified system to use more commercially relevant economic evaluations of each and every bull –showing the profitability to be made from each bull for the traits that are important to each client’s needs, including a ‘Hill Country Index’. The Fossil Creek client base, ... Read more Indexes that make both dollars and sense!

Performance at Lambhill Station

Performance at Lambhill Station Lambhill Station had 220 15 month Fossil Creek bloodline heifers go to the bull on December 12th  and they averaged 399 kg liveweight! Impressive effort in a tough environment and in a tough year.  We look forward to seeing their progeny.