Braford National Sale tops at $42,500

Highlights of the Braford National Sale


TOP PRICE: Top bull of the sale was Carinya Sweeney, who sold for $42,500 to Brian, Trinket, and Harry Anderson, Glenduan, Theodore (pictured), with vendors Todd Amor (behind bull), and John Amor (far right).

TOP PRICE: Top bull of the sale was Carinya Sweeney, who sold for $42,500 to Brian, Trinket, and Harry Anderson, Glenduan, Theodore (pictured), with vendors Todd Amor (behind bull), and John Amor (far right).

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The Bradford National Sale grossed $882,000 with 125 bulls sold in Gracemere today.

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THE National Braford sale was held in Gracemere today, with 125 of 149 bulls sold for an average of $7056. 

The sale grossed $882,000 and cleared 83 per cent. 

Top priced bull was lot 99, Carinya Sweeney, a polled bull offered by the Amor family who weighed 926kg, with an EMA of 130sq cm, and a scrotal circumference of 41cm. 

He was sold to Brian and Trinket Anderson, Glenduan, Theodore, for $42,500. 

There was a two way tie for second top priced bull, with two selling for $26,000.

Equal second top priced bull Little Valley Foster with vendor Cameron Bennett, and purchaser Warren Wilson, Redbank, Mitchell. Foster sold for $26,000.

Equal second top priced bull Little Valley Foster with vendor Cameron Bennett, and purchaser Warren Wilson, Redbank, Mitchell. Foster sold for $26,000.

Little Valley Foster, a 1032kg bull of 30 months of age boasted an EMA of 140sq cm, and a scrotal circumference of 39cm. 

He sold to Warren Wilson, Redbank, Mitchell.

Equal second top priced bull Carinya Theo with vendor Jackie Amor, and purchaser Jack Meek, Cargara, Augathella. Theo sold for $26,000.

Equal second top priced bull Carinya Theo with vendor Jackie Amor, and purchaser Jack Meek, Cargara, Augathella. Theo sold for $26,000.

Also selling for $26,000 was Carinya Theo, a bull boasted 810kg of red meat with an EMA of 117sq cm, and a scrotal circumference of 37cm. 

He sold to Jack Meek, Cargara, Augathella. 

The volume buyer of the sale was Paul and Janice Anderson, Eureka Grazing, Alpha, who purchased eight bulls grossing $46,000 for an average of $5750.

Amongst the eight bulls was Carinya Sanders, which they paid $16,000 for. 

Each going home with six bulls apiece were Tigrigie Cattle, Moorabinda, Taroom, ($45,000 gross, average $7500), John Murray, Oran, Richmond ($25,000 gross, average $4083), B and A Galloway, Barrain, Blackwater, ($18,000 gross, average $3000), and S and G Jones, Forest Home, Marlborough (gross ($18,000 gross, average $3000). 

Selling agents: Landmark, Elders, and SBB. 

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