Wipe out: Grand champion female at the World Brahman Congress was NCC Lady Ella 2936 exhibited and held by Brett Nobbs, NCC Brahmans, Duaringa, while Peter Brazier, GDL Stud Stock, Dalby, presents the trophy and judge Glen Waldron, Elite Cattle Co, Meandarra, presents the sash.It was an NCC affair at yesterday’s World Brahman Congress RuralCo stud female show with Brett Nobbs and family, NCC Brahmans, Duaringa, taking out top honours.
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The 27-month-old NCC Lady Ella 2936 was selected as both senior champion female and grand champion female after winning her cow 24 and under 30 months class.

With her two-day-old Three D Platinum bred bull calfat foot, judge Brett Kinnon, Bungoona Brahman Stud, Clermont, described the grey NCC champion cow as the epitome of the Brahman breed.

“It is a fitting end to a wonderful day for NCC – this cow is a clear cut winner,” Mr Kinnon said.

“When I look at this cow she’s got a beautiful wedge shape from behind giving her the functional capacity to keep breeding for you at home.

“She’s got the volume I want, an outstanding udder and her placid nature with the young calf at foot put her over the edge.”

The champion cow wascalf champion at Beef Australia 2015, and the congress equalled only her second showing.

Brett Nobbs said Lady Ella 2936 was out of a “really good Elmo daughter” running back to Tartrus cow lines.

MrNobbs said Lady Ella 2936 would return home to rear her calf and would become anIVF donor in herfuture years.

In only his third showing in 15 years with the Brahman breed, MrNobbs also took out the calf champion female class withNCC Empress 3305, and she later soldfor $25,000 in the NCC Global Genetics sale on Friday night.

The heifer was out of anexceptionally good Elmo daughter and was sired byRenco Law and Order.

Explaining the three judges’ scores, Mr Kinnon said NCC Empress was an excellent example of a mature young female ready for selection in a breeding herd.

“She is everything you want in a productive heifer- she’s correct through her skeleton structure, she has a feminine head and she stands up well,” he said.

Kenrol Lady Rae Lee 2718 exhibited byKen and Wendy Cole, Kenrol Brahman Stud,Gracemere, was sashed reserve senior champion cow.

Mrs Cole said the cowwon at Marlborough in her first outing with the WorldBrahman Congress representing only her second show, andwas set to return home to join the breeding herd.

The junior champion female awardwas won by interstate competitors ColinTink and family, BT Brahmans,Dubbo, NSW.

BTAria won both junior champion and grand champion heifer ribbonsat the Sydney Royal Easter Show, finishing by blitzing the field and taking out supreme Brahman exhibit.

BT Aria was the first progeny of the sire Kenrol Sandman 0444,sold to the Tinks familyby Ken and Wendy Cole, Kenrol Brahmans, sparking an emotional display from all parties.

Judge Glen Waldron, Elite Cattle Co, Meandarra, said BT Aria was smooth through the shoulder and hind quarters, was tidy underneath and showed the longevity that was a unique feature of the Brahman breed.

Mr Tink hadplans to flush the 17-month-old heifer upon returning homewith a vision to continueher showing career with a calf at foot.

David and Joy Deguara, Hamdenvale Brahmans, Nebo, celebrated success in winning the reserve junior champion female award withHamdenvale Brandi.

She earlier won the 19 and under 21 months classand judges agreed Hamdenvale Brandi, daughter of JDH Roma Manso (IMP),was the most balanced heifer in the section with adequate hind quarter muscling and a clean, ground covering walk.

Reservecalf champion female was won by Terry Randell, Crinun Brahmans, Tieri,withCrinum T Mysterious.

International judge Fabio Jaramillo, Colombia, said the level of competition among heifers at the World Brahman Congress was a credit to the Australia Brahman Breeders Association (ABBA) and a fine display of the versatility and functionality of the breed on a world stage.

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