Amid searing temperatures the annual February All Breeds Bull and Female Sale culminated in a $973,750 gross on the way to setting a bottom line average of $3974 to clear 55 per cent of the entire offering.
As was the case on the first day, after sale negotiations saw that clearance figure improve markedly.
Here is a detailed list and breakdown of the final day's trade:
- 29 Brangus Bulls averaged $4000 (top $9000) – clearance 59pc
- 1 Super Black Bull $3000 – clearance 50pc
- 14 Angus Bulls averaged $3929 - (top $6000 twice) – clearance 45pc
- 3 Gelbvieh Bulls averaged $3667 (top $5000) – clearance 43pc
- 1 Hereford Bull $3000 – total clearance
- 6 Limousin Bulls averaged $3667 - (top $5500) – clearance 43pc
- 14 Charolais Bulls averaged $3714 - (top $6000) – clearance 74pc
- 10 Charbray Bulls averaged $4600 - (top $10,000) – clearance 45pc
- 47 Droughtmaster Bulls averaged $4053 - (top $9500) clearance 52pc
In all, 125 bulls on the final day averaged $3988 to clear 53pc of the catalogue.
Sale topper on Day II was the 29-month-old, 1015kg, Wattlebray Might N Power offered by Trevor Ford, Wattlebray Charbray Stud, Chinchilla.
The 12/11mm, 144EMA son of Huntington Fashionable (P) sold to the Euston family, Glastonbury.
A full report will appear in next week's Queensland Country Life.