Averages jumped by $2452 when compared to the previous years result to sit at $7987 at last week’s Triple B Brangus Sale, Dingo.
For vendors, Lindsay and Fiona Barlow and family the result was their best to date with 60 bulls (78 per cent) selling to repeat clientele from two states. So consistent was the market 17 individuals (22pc) sold for sums of $10,000 or more on a day when 12 registered yearling heifers topped $3000 to average $2350 and commercial purebred maiden heifers hit $1700 per head to average $1162.
Topping proceedings was the $17,000, 23-month-old, 798kg, 121EMA, Triple B L393 (Couti-Outi Quart Pot) with a final growth EBV of +32, selling to the Jackson family, Stutzview and Sandy Banks Studs, Tiaro. Next best at $14,000 was L343 (Quart Pot) (728kg) (25-months) selling to David and Julie McCamley, Palmal Stud, Dingo. Palmal ended with three to average $11,333.
Huge support came from pastoral giant, CPC. Jason Purcell took 25 for on average $6320 for Wrotham Park, Chillagoe while Grant and Kaye Warrian, Springrock, Injune returned taking 10 for an $8200 medium.
Barry Sinnamon, Kulkyne Stud, Jackson selected the $12,000, L572 (AI) (ET) (Suhn’s Next Step) (US) (26 months) while Mark and Amanda Salisbury, Bimbadeen Stud, Monto claimed the $11,000, L605 (AI) (ET) (Braxton Of Brinks) (US) (26 months). Andrew Melville, RAM Station, Dungog, NSW took five to average $8500 topping at $10,000.
Garrett and Kate Kirk, Watermark Pastoral, Dingo selected a pair for an average $9500 while Alister Shannon, Banana took an $11,000 TCB Catawba Warrior R532 (US) son aged 25 months.
Colwill Cattle Company, Leura, Marlborough picked up three for on average $7500 while the Gordon family, Burn Meadows, Emerald selected a $10,000 a 25-month-old Jett 201G14 (Ltd Of Brinks) son.
Goomeri based, MacIntosh family picked out two to average $10,000 while J and K Grazing, Banksia, Stanage Bay selected the $13,000 25-month-old, L210 (AI) (WAT Lead Gun 33P6 (US)). Beef Enterprises Advisory Services, Nebo took an $11,000 Quart Pot son while the Parry family, Blue Mountain selected the $11,500 Bonox 660 son, L278 (24-months).
Top selling heifer was the $3000, Sarah M196 (AI) selling to Glenrosa Brangus, Gin Gin.
- Agents: Landmark.