Palgrove sets new stud high with $75,000 Charolais price

By Clare Adcock and Lucy Kinbacher
Updated September 13 2021 - 1:26am, first published September 10 2021 - 9:30am
The $75,000 Palgrove Qracker with Jim Geaney from Geaney's at Charters Towers, Palgrove's Ben Noller and buyer Donald Burnett from Clermont. Three Palgrove Justice sons sold to average $45,666.

Palgrove prides itself on "raising the bar" and Friday's annual on-property bull sale at Dalveen was no different, where the stud broke all of its personal records and reached a $75,000 price tag.

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