Based in the Tamar Valley in northern Tasmania, the Landfall cow herd includes more than 900 registered Angus females and 300 commercial females, making Landfall one of the largest Angus seedstock herds in Australia.
The stud has been successfully selling bulls in Queensland for the past 14 years, with the bulls prepared at Tim and Liz Waugh's Cecil Plains property, Winter Park.
Landfall Angus principal Frank Archer said the 2012 Queensland sale draft highlighted the increased investment in time and genetics that had contributed to continual improvement in the Landfall herd.
"The average EBVs of this draft of bulls is well above average for most traits, and it is particularly pleasing to note the carcase data on the bulls," he said.
"Equally as important, the bulls possess impressive phenotype, being the progeny of a very functional and commercially orientated seedstock herd."
This year will see the first sons of Ardrossan Modest D145 take to the sale ring.
Mr Archer said Modest's sons were consistent bulls that possess thickness, depth, softness, calving ease, growth and carcase quality.
"Also featured are sons of KCF Bennett Performer, selected for use at Landfall to improve EMA while maintaining rib and rump fat.
"His progeny are lengthy, well muscled and structurally sound."
Mr Archer said buyers could also purchase Landfall bulls with the utmost confidence, thanks to the stud's rigorous selection criteria.
"Infertile bulls cost the industry a lot of money with failed pregnancies," he said.
"The selection of your seedstock supplier is more important than the selection of the bull himself.
"All Landfall bulls are put through a stringent selection process to help protect your investment, and we will do everything we can to help extend the working life of your bull."
The Landfall sale will begin at the Roma Saleyards on Thursday, August 16, at 5pm.
The sale will be conducted by Duncan McLeod of MAA Roma.
For more information contact Frank Archer on 0417 506 163 or visit www.landfall.com.au