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The Telpara Hills 468 cow family is truly a star.  We have several 468 females in our donor lineup and that number continues to grow as we purchase more 468s overseas or add daughters to our program.

Across the board most 468 animals we have seen are deep and functional with a tremendous amount of eye appeal.  The Telpara Hills 468 family is comprised of some of the best of this incredible family.

Interesting to note that this is a very large family in the US and is compromised of two distinct branches descended from two extraordinary matrons; Miss Brinks Hotline 468D2 and the other from Miss Brinks Cadence 468G15.

Telpara Hills chose JAK Miss Backside 468P6 as our first overseas donor and traces back to 468D2. This magnificent extra deep, well muscled female was purchased by Telpara Hills as a 10 month old heifer from the master breeder of the Brinks herd, Ken Hughes.  

With 5 generations of Brangus breeding behind her, she was in the top 10% for all measured traits in 2006.  In her contemporary group of approximately 2000 animals, 468P6 scanned very close to the top REA measurement.

Shown very successfully herself, this female further strengthens her claim to fame by being a direct daughter of JAK Miss Geronimo 468L3, one of the breed’s super cows with an unsurpassed show record of 3 grand championships in 2002-2003 including the prestigious Houston International Livestock Show and Rodeo.

In April 2007 her full sister 468P sold a single flush for US$15,000!


In 2010 Telpara Hills added Miss 4JR Amigo 468D2 U to our donor herd.  We had inspected her dam in previous trips to the US and were always impressed by this legendary cow.  468D2 was the dam of 468L3, making our new donor an aunt to our foundation donor 468P6.

When Stephen and Brittany first saw Miss 4JR Amigo 468D2 U, they quickly sought to purchase her.  Even as a first calf heifer, she was one of the standouts in their tour around the US’ leading Brangus studs with her virtually perfect phenotype, excellent udder, and beautiful heifer calf at foot.


468P6’s calves in Australia are always catch the attention of visitors.  Her heifers are long and feminine, her bulls are muscular and easy-doing. The first 486P6 son, Houston 468C3 sold for $30,000 to Triple B Brangus and a full brother, Austin 468C4 sold to Woody’s Brangus.   Houston calves are excelling within the TH herd.


Although most of our 468 family is based on the 468D2 line, we have a growing number of 468 cattle based on Miss Brinks Cadence 468G15.


 468G15 combined phenotype, genetic performance, and progeny success like no other cow in the Brangus breed.  She is also extremely sound in her design, and blends femininity and muscle.  Ken Hughes, master breeder of the Brinks herd, called 468G15 as “quite possibly the best cow in the world!”