The Monto All Breeds bull sale, held on Saturday, saw at top of $8000 achieved twice.
The first was a Charolais bull then a Red Brahman also reached the $8000 high price.
The overall sale saw a total of 62 bulls sold for a gross of $296,000 and an average of $4774 with a clearance rate of 78 per cent.
Eight Angus bulls sold for an average of $4750 and 100 per cent clearance rate.
Fourteen Charolais bulls sold for an average of $4750 and achieved 100 per cent clearance.
Six of the ten Charbrays sold for an average of $4333.
Five of the seven grey Brahmans sold to average $3700 and seven of the nine red Brahmans averaged $5714.
Nine of the 13 Droughtmaster bulls averaged $4389.
Fleckvieh sold all three bulls to average $5083 and the Fleckvieh/Droughtmaster-cross bull sold for $5500.
Brafords did not sell the two bull that were offered.
The strongest breed were the Red Brangus all offered by Redline Brangus at Eidsvold selling all five offered to an average $6450.
Black Brangus sold four of the seven bulls offered to average $3625.
Roderick Binny, Glenlea Beef, Queensland and New South Wales sold the top priced bull Glenlea Muscleman (P), a 1035kg, 150 sq cm EMA, and 42cm scrotal size for $8000 to Bruce and Sue Mikkelsen, Wiluna at Yandaran.
Lindsay McLean, Watalgan at Biloela also topped the sale with, Watalgan Chairman (S) bull, a 775kg, 122sq cm EMA, to Charlton Doblo, Eden at Nagoorin for $8000.
First time buyers at the sale and bulk buyer was the Warrian family, Springrock at Injune who purchased a total of 10 bulls for their commercial cattle operation.
Grant, Kay and Kayla Warrian purchased six Charolais, one Charbray, two grey Brahmans and one red Brahman to run on their 190 thousand acre property with 16,000 head of cattle and 5500 breeder cows.
Agents Brad and Donna McInally, Monto Cattle & Co conducted the sale.