Buyers from across Australia tuned in online and on property for the Palgrove Window of Opportunity female sale.
It was the stud's second female sale in ten years, with every available lot sold.
Palgrove's Ben Noller said he was delighted at the auction's average sale.
"We're extremely happy. The cattle had a big spread on them from West Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland," he said.
"It was a really good spread and we were well supported by those that have had our cattle before and also new people stepping into the Charolais breed."
The sale topped at $24,000 for unjoined heifer Palgrove Flare R163E (P) R/F, a daughter of Palgrove Landmark (P) and out of Palgrove Flare H794E (P) R/F.
The heifer was bought by Matthew and Ann-Marie Collins, Kenmere Charolais, Holbrook, NSW, via AuctionsPlus.