First Judged in 1979, the Royal Queensland Show led steer and heifer competition has been rated arguably the best of its kind in Australia. Classes cover both live and carcass categories, a schools competition, an interbreed point score for teams of three.
Don't miss the Led Steer School Competitions as the next generation of cattle exhibitors and their schools show the judges why the cattle industry is in safe hands.
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR EXHIBITORS
- All Queenslanders have a ‘general biosecurity obligation‘ (GBO) under Queensland’s Biosecurity Act 2014. Not complying with the GBO is an offence.
- Exhibitors require a National Vendor Declaration (Cattle) and Waybill, or movement Record Document, and a National Health Declaration Form (Version 18/10/17)
- All stock entering the Brisbane Showgrounds must meet national Bovine Johnes requirements. All exhibitors must have a JBAS 6 or above to enter the Showgrounds. Exhibitors must advise their Johnes Disease status at the time of entry. To achieve a JBAS 6, property owners must have a property biosecurity plan which can be found on the LBN website or the Animal Health Australia website.
- The Brisbane Showgrounds is a CATTLE TICK FREE ZONE. Only Cattle tick free stock will be allowed entry to the ground. A biosecurity certificate, issued by an accredited certifier will be required to accompany dairy cattle movement across the cattle tick line from a cattle tick infested zone onto the showgrounds.