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Have you ever wondered just how much effort goes into getting your delicious steak on your plate? Ever pondered just how many people contributed to your meal?Read More
We know from experience that there is a lot of confusion around feedlots and the Australian red meat industries. Many people have questions about what happens in a feedlot and how the livestock are treated. Rest assured, the Australian livestock and feedlot industries are world leaders in animal welfare and livestock production.Read More
The cattle industry has been a big part of South Aussie culture for many, many years. With our gorgeous rolling hills and wide open spaces, it’s no wonder that it’s a location that many in cattle farming industry are proud to call home.
At Princess Royal Station, we count ourselves among the lucky people to live and work in such a beautiful surrounding.
At our stations and properties, we raise and feedlot a variety of cattle. Shorthorn, Angus and Droughtmaster are the types of cattle you will see grazing along our hillsides.
So, why do we raise these breeds? What characteristics and traits allow them to thrive in our South Australian climate?
We reckon these breeds stand out from the herd (yes, pun intended) - here’s why.Read More
A beautiful cut of premium Aussie beef needs to be cooked with respect and shared with the people you love. Whether it’s a marbled Porterhouse, a generous forerib on the bone or the humble chuck steak, there is a cut of beef for every taste and budget.
A steak should be grilled and a roast, roasted, but what about the other cuts of meat?
The cooking method is a very important consideration when selecting a cut of beef as this will influence the final product. As different cuts have different attributes, choosing the right cut can help ensure the meat is tender and juicy regardless of your cooking experience.
Here are some of the ways that you can highlight Aussie beef at home, the key is to keep it simple and let the flavour of the beef shine.
Feedlots are an essential part of the mighty Australian beef industry. With a production value of $2.7 billion, Australia’s cattle feedlot industry is responsible for the employment of 2000 people, whilst reaching out over to 7000 others for other, indirectly related jobs.
Across the country, there are 450 accredited beef cattle feedlots, and is an ever-expanding sector in the agricultural industry.
So, what is a feedlot? What makes them so important to Australian beef production? As one of South Australia’s premier feedlots, we are happy to share with you everything you need to know.Read More
Silage plays a very large role in the success of our program here at Princess Royal Station. An essential element of efficient and effective feeding, silage is highly beneficial, but what is it? What makes it so useful? Our cropping manager Shawn Rayson and our team of South Australian feedlot specialists have compiled your handy and helpful guide to silage right here.Read More