Bruce and Helen Scrivener, Bonny Brook Angus, Yarrowitch NSW, exhibiting through St Catherine’s College at Singleton, claimed Champion Carcase at this years’ Wingham Carcase competition.
The Heavy Middleweight Angus steer had a 299.5 kilograms carcase weight, 8mm rib fat, an eating quality score of 47.43 and scored 20 out of 20 points for hitting market specifications, to record a total of 94.92 points.
The Scrivener Family was as also awarded Champion pen of four for grass fed Angus cross Charolais steers on a combined total of 370.16pts, as well as Champion pen of two and Reserve pen of two as well as winning Heavyweight and Reserve Heavyweight.
Champion light Middleweight carcase went to an Angus cross shorthorn steer exhibted by Wingham High School with 92.18 points.
Wingham High School also exhibited Reserve Champion heavy middleweight, an Angus cross Murray Grey, that scored 94.09 points
Allan Waldon, Bowman River, scored top MSA index score of 68.36pts with an eight tooth Angus cross, 451.5kg carcase weight, with 24mm p8 fat, Rib fat was perfect at 8mm, ossification was 140 with 16 out of 20 for market specification but the largest score of the draft for eating quality at 48.36 to deliver a total of 89.66pts.
Image Caption: Champion Carcase steer at the Wingham Carcase competition, an Angus steer exhibited by the Scrivener Family.