The Federal Council of the Beef Shorthorn Society of Australia is very pleased to announce that Mr Peter Falls, Malton Shorthorns, Finley NSW has been elected to the position of Federal President of the Society, taking over from Mrs Marion Spencer who served in the role for the past 5 years.

The Falls family have been breeding Shorthorn cattle since 1953. Malton was established by Ronald and Yvonne Falls, Peter’s parents. The foundation females were obtained from Yaralla, which was owned by Ron’s parents.

Today Malton continues to be a family operation run over 3 properties in the NSW Riverina – Malton, South Burrabogie & Maxwell Farm.
Malton’s aim continues to be a focus on breeding quality functional cattle for the harsh Australian conditions.

For a quarter of a century Malton has been selling feeder steers to JBS Swift through the Prime City now Riverina Feedlot at Griffith. We are a registered supplier for the Thousand Guineas branded beef. While we specialise in the breeding of White Bulls, Malton’s clients and progeny extend from Queensland right through to South Australia.

Peter is a respected cattleman having wide experience in both the commercial and stud stock arenas.  In 2016 the Falls family was inducted into the RASV Beef Cattle Hall of Fame in recognitition of 60 years of continuous exhibiting and involvement at the Royal Melbourne Show.    Peter’s judging knowledge and experience has seen him  judge at almost every Royal Show in Australia, the National Shorthorn Show & Sale at Dubbo, Whiteface Show and Sale, Murray Grey National Show & Sale, Feature Shows, Interbreed appointments and notably in Canada at the 2018 Farmfair International show.

Peter will be supported in his new appointment by the immediate Past President Marion Spencer, Vice Presidents David Spencer and Carolyn Shannon, the Honorary Treasurer David Ashley and a council of 11 other State representatives.