THE sixth Annual Eidsvold Charolais Bull Sale was held at the TopX North Burnett selling complex on Tuesday, September 5 with 85% clearance with the average being $5032.
Vendors Clare Charolais, Reids Charolais and Elridge Charolais offered 55 quality Charolais bulls going under the hammer in front of 45 registered buyers.
Lot seven presented from Clare Charolais, Clare Little Awesome took the highest bid for $14,000 going to E and J Otto Taroom, also taking home lot eight for $8000, lot nine for $7500 and lot 37 for $3000. Repeat buyers were present on the day sourcing the quality of the charolais breed. Tandora Grazing Maryborough took home three bulls being Elridge Liberty for $11,500, Clare Leonard for $9500 and Reids Lenton for $9000. Equalling $10,500 was lot three Elridge Lord and lot 41 Elridge Levi both going home with L and B Hindle, Roma.
D Craney Kilkivan purchased six bulls with the top being $5000 and average $3916. Purchasing two bulls to take back to Emerald Bettafield Charolais with average $5500. W Waldron Goovigen this year purchased three bulls with average $3000. Eidsvold Charolais Bulls attracted buyers from Baralaba, Gympie, Roma, Taroom, Emerald and Toowoomba with successful purchases on the day. Congratulations to Vendors Alan and Natalie Goodland, David and Helen Reid and Ross and Paula Warren.
TopX Eidsvold expressed thanks to all bidders.
MONTO Cattle and Country’s Annual All Breeds Bull sale saw 73 of 84 bulls, 87% selling to average $4253 with many bulls going to new buyers as well as many repeat clients. Droughtmasters sold well to average $5826 for a total clearance topping at $8000 for Jason and Geraldine Barnard’s Caldy Diesel (P).
Diesel is a polled son of Talgai Impact (951) with an EMA 141cm and was bought by John Atkinson, Glenavon Stud, Yaamba via Rockhampton. Selling to $7750 was Lot 8 Caldy Destroy (P) to Neville Opperman, Eidsvold. Caldy’s draft of 7 bulls averaged $6464.
Birch Droughtmasters averaged $4750 for three sires while Paul and Mia Francis, Cania Droughtmaster sold three bulls to average $5416 topping at $7500 for Cania 443 which was bought by Paul Pownall “Stockwell” Builyan. Redline Red Brangus stud sold four quality polled bulls to average $5000 topping at $6000 twice.
Wayne and Jackie Spoors’ three senepol bulls cleared to average $4000 each topping at $4750 to Russell Anderson, Theodore.
Eleven of the 13 black brangus bulls sold to average $3954 topping at $5500 for Nicneil Fabio (P) account Neil Gibbs, Biggenden. Angus bulls sold to a tough market, selling 13 out of 14 to average $3400 topping at $5250.
Two of the six hereford bulls sold for $3000 each and three of the six charolais bulls to average $3916.
Garth O’Dell bought Tanic Liam (P) for $5750. Nine of the 10 charbray bulls sold to average $4110.
Grey brahman bulls had a total clearance to average $3625 for six bulls and nine out of nine red brahman bulls sold to average $4610 topping at $6250 for two of Bruce and Barb Lines polled bulls. Jessica Spoor also sold a 12-year-old mare Intrinsicash for $5000 to Len Gibbs, “Muan” Biggenden. Monto Cattle and Country would like to thank all vendors, bidders and under bidders and yard staff for their support and efforts.