Burnett beasts have excelled at the Ekka.
Burnett beasts have excelled at the Ekka. David Stuart

Strong showing for Burnett as Ekka results roll in

BOTH the South and North Burnett had a strong showing in this year's Ekka results.

Here is a snapshot of how some of our residents did in the led steer and stud beef cattle classes:

LED STEERS

Landmark school paraders

Class 21 - School parader

11 years to 13 years

Georgie Plowman, Kingaroy State High School, second place.

Class 22 - School parader

14 years to 15 years

Mac Aisthorpe, Monto State High School, third.

Class 23 - School parader 16 years to 18 years

Stephanie Flint, Murgon State High School, first place.

Champion school led steer parader

Stephanie Flint, Murgon State High School, first.

STUD BEEF CATTLE

Angus junior heifer

Class 61 - Heifer - eight months and under 12 months

Bowenfels Miss Kodiak N17, Glenrae Pastoral Co P/L, first.

Class 63 - Heifer - 14 months and under 16 months

Ruby Ridge North N6(ai), Ruby Ridge Angus, first place.

Class 64 - Heifer - 16 months and under 18 months

Ruby Ridge New Angel N3(ai), Ruby Ridge Angus, first.

Class 65 - Heifer - 18 months and under 20 months

Bowenfels Jeddas Pride M18(ai), Glenrae Pastoral, first.

Junior champion heifer

Bowenfels Jeddas Pride M18(ai), Glenrae Pastoral, first.

Reserve junior champion heifer

Bowenfels Miss Kodiak N17, Glenrae Pastoral, first.

BRAHMAN

Class 109 - Heifer - 18 months and under 20 months

Whitaker Miss Maddie (H), Whitaker Brahman Stud, first.

Junior champion heifer

Whitaker Miss Maddie (H), Whitaker Brahman Stud, first.

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