The Toughness and high-quality of the central Queensland beef market was on whole display screen at the Rockhampton show on Wednesday with 38 top class reveals entered in the led steer levels of competition.
Twelve-year-previous George Tucker from Gracemere scooped the pool taking residence the blue, red and white wide ribbon for grand winner led steer.
Know as Maverick, the Limousin Angus cross steer weighed 690 kilograms and was also the winner in his 501kg and about pounds assortment course.
The 18-month-outdated steer was ordered about 12 months ago from Travis Luscombe, Toowoomba, who initially procured the Limousin cross steer from Blue Ribbon Clearly show and Sale in Pittsworth.
George reported he was incredibly proud of his grand champion led steer get.
“I am incredibly happy with the end result,” Mr Tucker claimed.
Maverick had formerly tasted grand champion accomplishment at the Yeppoon show not long ago, where George has consecutively won the winner accolade 7 many years in a row.
Decide Wayne York, Karragarra, Emerald, explained to the audience that the black steer’s over-all “evenness and cleanness” place him on major as general winner.
“He is the trimmest steer of the displaying in this article today and you will find not a large amount of wastage on this steer,” Mr York reported.
“He is in shape from his hips, right by means of to his shoulder. The steer is comprehensive all the way via and comprehensive through the facet.
Mr York highlighted that the winner steer “appears like a sq. brick from powering”.
“He carries that hindquarter suitable down down by way of to his thighs and there’s no wastage by his stomach or up into his shoulder and it truly is all purple meat,” he stated.
“He is an outstanding steer as grand winner.”