Rosedale is a family run business and has the largest Polled Charolais herd in Australia. Having commenced in 1970 Rosedale is one of Australia’s foundation Charolais studs and is the longest running Stud in NSW today. Today we sell over 150 bulls a year both privately and through our two Annual sales. We offer Pure Charolais Bulls as well as Charolais Composite bulls comprising Charolais/Angus and Charolais/Shorthorn.

Since it’s foundation in 1970 the breeding objectives of Rosedale Charolais Stud have remained the same, which is to be
“commercially orientated”. Our cattle have always been produced with the commercial end user in mind, we focus on
producing the highest quality cattle to maximise returns for producers targeting both the Australian domestic and
export commercial markets.

Latest news

April 27, 2023Rosedale genetics performed admirably in the 2022 Royal Agricultural Society’s Beef Challenge. In our 11th year entering the competition , Millner AG from Geurie won the Overall Individual Champion Animal in the Domestic section (70 Days on Feed) as well as Winning the Top Eating quality in the same section with a Charolais x Shorthorn team. The competition is a commercially focussed feedlot competition representing all stages of the process including live assessment, carcase judging, profitability and eating quality. [...] Read more...
May 13, 2022The 2022 NSW Beef spectacular turned out to be one of the most successful Feedlot and carcase trials we have been a part of that our breeding and genetic program is on track and performing well under real industry conditions. Rosedale was successful in winning the Grand Champion team as well as the Reserve Champion team, an unprecedented event in the competitions 13-year history. To add some cream on top two other teams featuring Rosedale genetics entered by Michael and Jenny Millner finished 5th and 6th giving Rosedale sired teams 4 out of the top 6 places. This years competition included 74 different teams from leading stud and commercial producers from Australia’s Eastern seaboard with entrants mainly from NSW but also some Victorian and Queensland Entries. The cattle are on a level playing field as they all enter Teys Jindalee feedlot at the same time at similar weights and ages. The cattle are fed for 100 Days under normal feedlot conditions HGP Free and then processed at Teys plant in Wagga on the same day. Points are allocated for not only feedlot weight gain but also Carcase qualities. [...] Read more...