Not sure if I have posted these photos before. When I'm not doing goatie stuff or uni, I show cattle. Actually I did that before the goats came along lol But I love it to death, and I was just looking through some photos and thought I would post some. The show steer scene is way, way different here compared to the states. US show steers are fluffy pampered little animals which more often than not dont hang up on the hooks all that great. No offense intended, it just doesnt reflect the commercial cattle industry. Our steer shows are all terminal, which means the animal is judged live and then also on their carcase. So our show winners reflect more of the commercial reality, and many times the hoof winners are also place getters on the hooks. Here are a few good steers: note that all breeds and crossbreeds show together in the steer classes sorry this guys a little way off. Lightweight vealer steer A line up. Good limo steer on the right, and some ordinary others Medium weight winner second place to that limo - photo doesnt do him justice, he was a brilliant steer This was a pretty big moment for us and for our breed. Murray Greys won both the interbreed bull and female at this show in 2008. The bull was ours, cow and calf was a friends. Here's our bully boy, Cappucino Some of our females (all ex show heifers) - During interbreed judging at melb 08 - our baby heifer won grand champ mg female over the cow, and narrowly missed the supreme Cappa again Heifers relaxin at Melb ... 2005 I think? Cappa's buddy Iceberg, doing what he does best, being a bull lol Frankfurt, week old angus bull calf at Sydney show Apologies if you've seen some of these before.