Sandon Glenoch Angus is a family-owned and operated seedstock operation.
Jack Atkin originally founded Sandon Angus in 1969, and his nephew Roger Boshammer followed suit to establish Glenoch Angus in 1971.
The two herds, while separately owned, are operated under the same umbrella for management and marketing purposes, and share the same breeding philosophies.
Jack turned 90 in 2016, so in recent years he has understandably been taking a step back from the day-to-day involvement.
Roger’s four children (Justin, Allison, Nick and Belinda) also share a love of the land, cattle and horses, and have all worked in the business at various stages.
Today, Roger and his partner Tam manage the day to day operations at the Chinchilla properties. The Sandon and Glenoch prefixes are also accompanied by herds owned by Roger’s two sons.
Glenoch-JK Angus and Brangus was established in 2004 by Justin Boshammer, who worked in the family business for eight years. Since 2012, Justin and his wife Kate have leased land at Condamine, and more recently Dulacca, where they operate their stud and commercial Angus herds.
Nick Boshammer founded NB-Glenoch Angus in 2014. Nick is currently building his breeder base while working part-time at Glenoch, and operating his civil plant hire business, NB Plant Hire.