The 2021 National Braford Sale got off to a cracking start Monday morning as eager spectators filled the stands to get a look at the quality line of cattle on offer.
Kicking off at 10.30am at the Central Queensland Livestock Exchange sale yards in Gracemere, the sale attracted 24 vendors from many corners of the country who were looking to showcase their genetics in this years event.
The strong yarding of Braford male and females featured created competitive amongst buyers, with people travelling from near and far to attend.
An overall offering of 143 registered bulls, 14 registered females and 14 herd bulls were showcased throughout the day.
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