Gympie Carcass Classic

 

The inaugural Gympie Carcass Classic was held in 1987 to educate beef producers in changing consumer trends, meeting target market specifications and the industry trend towards grain finishing beef.

 

The ongoing success of the Gympie Carcass Classic is attributed to the educational nature and knowledge transfer theme rather than the competitive environment of knowledge protection.

 

An integral part of this knowledge transfer is the live cattle and carcass assessment competitions where entrants need not be exhibitors. This encourages the involvement of not only the professional beef producers but new producers and school students - the red meat producers of the future.


2018 Gympie Carcass Classic

 Celebrating 31 years...

 

The 2018 Carcass Classic is currently open for nominations.  This year's competition will again consist of both a backgrounding and feedlotting phase.  There is a very large amount of interest in the 2018 Carcass Classic so prompt nominations are a must.

 

Please see attached for further information on the competition, along with all major dates and nomination forms.

 

 Click Here for the Carcass Classic Info

See you all there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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