Poll Hereford females came from the Devon Court dispersal and the first sire was Dalkeith Charles, with successive females coming from Wahroonga, Woodlands, Merawah, Amor, and more recently from Trefoil Park and Wararba Park. Additional sires came from Wahroonga Bobanken, Kenya, Bowen, Allendale, Days, Tycolah, Oldfield, Grassy Mountain, Kerlson Pines, Talbalba, Eathorpe, Kenevel, Woodlands, Mawarra, Studs.
Our family is dedicated to and passionate about breeding Herefords. We believe that Herefords are an excellent asset to any breeding program due to their fertility, temperament, softness, weight gain and greater return. Bred in western Queensland, these bulls are suited to our environment and ready to work.
Our foundation Stud females came from Huntington and our commercial females came from Radel & Sons “Yebna” Injune, which were sired by Moongool Charolais bulls out of Radel Stud Brahman cows. This was followed by more females purchased from Colinta Charbray Stud. Our Stud sires are from Chasmac, Moongool Charbrays, Advance Charolais, Wiluna Charbrays, Colinta Stud, Wattlebray and Diamond L Studs.
We purchased another poll Colinta sire at the 2018 National Charbray Sale. Also in 2018, we bought the top-priced Charolais bull at Advance Charolais sale, to be joined to white Brahman cows purchased from Drumlion.
We continue to put more emphasis on Poll genetics as our long term goal is to become predominantly Poll.
“You can’t beat Lambert bulls for temperament, doing ability and work rate. Lambert bulls have stood the test of time in our operation. They are bred in the west to perform in all environments, therefore they are already acclimatised to our conditions. We have been buying Lambert Hereford bulls for over 25 years.”
Tony and Bevan Hauff – CA Hauff & Sons, Blackall Queensland
CA Hauff & Sons cattle