A total of 30 Charolais bulls sold for an average of $7100 with a clearance of 81 per cent and 23 Charbray bulls sold for an average of $5600 with a clearance of 92 per cent.
The 4 Ways Charolais, an invited vendor, topped the sale with polled bull 4 Way Legend who was purchased by the Gleeson family, Beaufort Pastoral, Alpha for $15,000.
The Gleeson family purchased a total of three Charolais bulls to average $10,000.
Cressbank Cattle Co, Alpha, a long term repeat buyer, paid the Bettafield stud top price for Bettafield Lenox, a Charolais bull for $11,000.
The top price Charbray bull was Bettafield Lightning, a red factor poll bull, who sold to Ross Kajewski, Wyanda, Springsure for $7500 who has been buying bulls from Bettafield for about 12 years.
Bulk buyer was Dale and Kelsey Neilson, Two Rivers Station, Boulia who purchased a total of six Bettafield bulls, three Charbray and three Charolais to average $6250.
- Selling agents: Elders and Maguires Real Estate and Livestock
The dry weather put a bit of pressure on the sale and it was back a bit on last year but still a good sale.