Producers who raise livestock in the pure heart of Australia, typically favour one breed over another.

Out this way, you will often see Hereford, Angus, Droughtmaster or a cross, in the herds which are free to roam in this part of the world.

Livestock genetics define the productive potential of an animal and producers who favour Hereford genetics say that these animals do best in this environment.

They say that Herefords are incredibly hardy, put on weight quickly in the good times and handle the tough times better than most other breeds.

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