ALC Brahman bull sale top price almost triples, average doubled in record-breaking sale

By Newsroom
Updated July 22 2022 - 12:22am, first published July 21 2022 - 8:55pm
Gulf Coast stud, Stirling Station, Charters Towers, purchased three lots for an average of $12,833. Pictured is Hamilton Donaldson with lot 22 ($12,000) who's dam lines possess generations of two-year-old calvers. Pictures: Louise Collins

Beef producers chasing fertility and profitability traits were prepared to pay up to $85,000 for bulls at ALC Brahmans' bull sale at Gundaroo near Nebo on Wednesday.

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