The scene is set for an action packed day of selling at Gracemere for the National Braford Sale.
Buyers will have the chance to pick up some of the breed's best genetics, with 143 lots on offer.
Sale committee president Russell Kenny said ease of calving, weight gain, body structure, EMAs and fertility were the primary traits the 21 vendors focused on when assembling their drafts for the 54th annual sale, which will see 133 registered bulls, seven herd bulls and three registered females enter the sale ring.
"Quality, not quantity, has been key to the ongoing success of the sale, and we feel that the quality of our offering is improving every year," Mr Kenny said.
This focus on quality shone through at the 2019 sale, where 105 bulls sold for a sturdy $7912 average and a 100 per cent clearance.