Life-sized bull highlights firm's humble beginnings
Visitors to McCullough Robertson’s Brisbane office are puzzling over the presence of a life-sized bull in its reception area.
The Red Brahman was one of 200 guests at the law firm’s 32nd Show Week Party, held each year to coincide with the Royal Queensland Show (the ‘Ekka’).
McCullough Robertson has strong roots in agriculture, starting out in 1926 as a pastoral practice in the Queensland town of Barcaldine.
Today the firm acts for some of the nation’s leading players in beef, meat processing, grain, cotton, wine, sugar, dairy, peanut and small crop industries.
This year the firm advised on some of Australia’s largest agricultural transactions including Queensland Investment Corporation’s landmark deal to acquire beef giant North Australian Pastoral Company (NAPCO) and Macquarie Group's Paraway Pastoral acquisition of Western Grazing stations.
Isaac West who leads McCullough Robertson’s agribusiness practice says that they are proud of their rich history serving Queensland’s primary producers and enjoyed celebrating the achievements of its clients and the broader industry on Friday night.
Thanks to Queensland Country Life for the great photos. Check them out here: http://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/story/4078848/mccullough-robertson-celebrates-ekka-photos/
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