All the faces of Palgrove’s 2017 sale

All the faces of Palgrove’s 2017 sale


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A total of 157 bulls sold out of the 157 offered to average $12,080 during Palgrove’s annual bull sale at Dalveen in southern Queensland.

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A total of 157 bulls sold out of the 157 offered to average $12,080 during Palgrove’s annual bull sale at Dalveen in southern Queensland.

The 100 Charolais bulls topped at $40,000 (three times) to average $13,065, while 57 Ultrablack bulls topped at $19,000 to average $10,350.

In Palgrove’s bull sale catalogue they said this sale represents the very essence of what we are trying to achieve in our breeding programme at Palgrove – real ‘genetic gain’ that will enable the progeny you breed to improve ‘year in year out’.

“If you want ‘herd improving’ stud sire or you’re a commercial producer seeking faster early weight gain; wanting to improve the ‘balance’ of the carcass traits (eye muscle; fat cover and marbling) or simply looking to get your cattle to a range of target markets more efficiently – we guarantee that you will find one of our 110 Charolais bulls to fit your requirements,” Palgrove said.

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