Central Brangus Classic is packed with quality genetics

MS
September 11 2022 - 8:00am
Tannyfoil P79 (P), topped the 2021 sale, selling for $52,500. He's pictured with with Nutrien's Mark Scholes, and vendors Keesha Whyte and Lucas McKenzie, Tannyfoil Brangus stud, Blackwater.
Tannyfoil P79 (P), topped the 2021 sale, selling for $52,500. He's pictured with with Nutrien's Mark Scholes, and vendors Keesha Whyte and Lucas McKenzie, Tannyfoil Brangus stud, Blackwater.

A meticulously selected 130-lot draft has been catalogued for the 15th annual Central Brangus Classic sale taking place at CQLX, Gracemere, from 10am on Friday, September 23.

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MS

Howdy. Matt here. I've been with Australian Community Media for 11 years working predominantly across the North Queensland Register and Queensland Country Life. If it's a special publication or feature appearing in these papers, I'm likely the bloke you'll be talking too, particularly if it's beef cattle related.

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