The steer that produced the champion unled carcase at Wingham Beef Week exhibited by Wallawong Murray Greys and David Schouten ‘Calala’ Gravesend.WALLOWONGMurray Greys have confirmed their reputation for producing elite carcasestaking out both champion and reserve champion unled carcase and being awarded overall grand champion carcase at 2016 Wingham BeefWeek.
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The grand champion carcase exhibited by Wallawong Murray Greys and DavidSchouten, ‘Calala’, Gravesend, was sired by Wallawong Uncovered, a bull purchased byMr Schouten in 2012.

A steer by Wallawong Target and bred by Heath Birchall, Duri, also placed second inthe Export Carcase Class 8 with 88.210 points.

Theseawards backs up their 2015 achievement where another steer by WallawongUncovered exhibited by Wallawong Murray Greys and MrSchouten produced the champion unled carcase of 2015 Wingham Beef Week.

The pureMurray Grey middle domestic carcase scored full points for fat with 9 millimetreson the rump and 7mm on the rib along with full points for eye muscle area and 4.5 out of 5 points for fat distribution.

The carcase scored 90.9pts to be awarded the champion unled carcase and grand champion carcase overall.

The reserve champion unled carcase with a score of 89.657 was exhibited byWallawong Murray Greys and Groveleigh partnership, Loomberah.

Sired by WallawongRipsnorter, the carcase scored full points for fat specifications with 9mm on the rumpand 6mm on the rib with full points for eye muscle areaand four out of five for fat distribution. Wallowong genetics were well represented at Sydney Royal.

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