Paringa Expands Genetic Offering


  • Rams imported from Focus Genetics NZ
  • Next Generation Genetics industry seminars
  • Charolais Bull Sale to be held on Sale Day Global website

On September 26 Tom Lawson of Paringa Livestock Yea will be launching the offering of elite sheep genetics to Australia, direct from renowned ram breeders in New Zealand, Focus Genetics. Their long term partnership with the Absolom family, a composite beef and sheep company has facilitated the project using their ties with Paringa Livestock’s Stabilizer® program. The Primera® and Highlander® rams are available to be viewed from 10am on September 26th, or at any time by appointment.

The Next Generation Genetics Day on September 26th on farm at Yea , will also give producers the opportunity to inspect groups of selected lines of bulls drafted into sire lines. The Black Stabilizer®  (Simm X Angus, Gelbvieh X Angus, Stabilizer® X Angus), and Red Angus will be on show and available for sale by private treaty. Including the first sons of Paringa Iron Ore E27, who sold to the USA last year. The Spring sale group of 30 elite yearling Charolais bulls will penned up for inspection, prior to going to Auction the next day.

Attendees at the viewing day will able to participate in afternoon seminars featuring Focus Genetics Daniel Absolom and a number of speakers from both the beef and sheep industry. “We wanted to bring together an interesting mix of speakers who apply best practice animal production in the red meat genetic sector“ Tom said.

The Lawson’s encourage those interested in attending the day to register by 19th September, as numbers are limited for the afternoon session.

Paringa Livestock will achieve another first next month, holding their spring Charolais bull sale on international online auction website, Sale Day Global.  On September 27-28 Sale Day Global will make its Australian debut with Paringa, auctioning 30 top Charolais yearling bulls over two days.

Paringa principal Tom Lawson said online sales are the way of the future. “People are getting more comfortable with the technology, and it’s easier on the bulls,” he said.  “All the same data will be available, including photos, video, pedigrees and comments online from the first week of September.” The outstanding line up of performance Charolais bulls are by sires such as Doc Silver, Paringa Max D101E, Paringa Rio Bravo D213E and HCR Success. The majority of the bulls for sale are polled, 21 of the 30 on offer. The sale group boasts averages in the top 2% for Domestic Index.

To RSVP to the Next Generation of Genetics Day or for more information, visit Ph 0357973003 or email [email protected].