Selection is entirely based on the consistency of producing profitable beef.
A cow must produce a calf every 12 months in a tight 9 week calving period.
Heifers and Cows to calve unassisted and have natural mothering instincts.
To provide enough milk to rear a calf to a good weaning weight on limited creep feed
Calves to have a high and consistent growth rate, relative to feeding regimes.
Yearling bulls are expected to fall into the U4L carcase classification.
Poorly behaved animals are quickly culled from the herd
Breeding animals must be correct in their structure and movement.
A high health status is maintained within the herd.