The fourth generation at Konjuli
Sean graduated from Emerald College in the late 1980s before travelling Queensland gaining valuable experience on various properties. After meeting wife Evonne they came to specialise in weaner education and the use of good quality working dogs. They then launched The Black Dog Livestock Education Program, conducting working dog and livestock education clinics, which Sean has continued to do until recent years. Living and working Konjuli – a property which has been part of his family’s history – is something Sean has always desired. On a daily basis at Konjuli Sean manages the property improvement planning, farm maintenance and grazing management.
THE NEXT GENERATION AT KONJULI
2016 saw Grace and Jade Barrett, the next generation at Konjuli, stake their claim in the Droughtmaster breed by beginning as juniors with their own stud “Konjuli G.J”.
The girls selected from the original Konjuli herd to obtain their breeder base of cows and are breeding their way to a pure bred (D5) herd.
Competition has begun as to which generation can breed the best calf with both parties ensuring only the absolute best is kept for both studs.