Ascot Autumn bull and heifer sale attracted a large panel of cattle buyers searching for quality Charolais and Angus genetics.
A substantial life’s work of Jeff and Kerrie Etheridge was dispersed to the far ends of the continent on Saturday, with nearly 200 Limousin females, 91 progeny and five bulls selling to a top price of $18,000 – twice.
Toowoomba Royal Show’s supreme interbreed cattle exhibit has been won by KBV Stud’s Magistrate Simmental bull.
Queensland’s Moongool Charolais stud has been awarded the prestigious Sydney Royal Show’s Interbreed Champion Beef Breeders Group.
Bull sales are as much social events as anything and the Highlands Droughtmaster sale at Clermont on Friday was no different.
“A complete package” is how purchaser Colleen Smith describes the top-priced bull at the Highlands Droughtmaster sale on Friday, which she and husband David secured for their Vale View Droughtmaster stud for $24,000.