Sale sea­son pow­ers ahead

Tasmanian Country - - THE STOCK REPORT -

TAS­MA­NIA’S au­tumn bull sales have con­tin­ued over the past week af­ter a record-break­ing start.

At the com­bined Chale An­gus and En­field Red An­gus sale 18 bulls went un­der the ham­mer, with 11 sold.

The av­er­age price across the sale was $5227 a head.

In the An­gus of­fer­ing, the top price was $9000, which was paid by NL & NA Lette from Scotts­dale.

Sec­ond-top price was $6500, which was achieved twice by bulls pur­chased by Rox­ford Pas­toral at West­bury and WR & E Hine from Mar­rawah.

All three Red An­gus bulls were sold, top­ping at $6000 and av­er­ag­ing $4333. The top price was paid by R & R Wil­liams from King Is­land.

At the Rich­mond Hill An­gus sale five bulls were sold av­er­ag­ing $4200.

The top price was $6500 which was paid by Telita Dairies from Derby.

Three cows were also sold to a top price of $2500.

Good bid­der com­pe­ti­tion pro­duced some solid re­sults at the Ta­ma­roo An­gus sale where 15 of the 17 An­gus bulls of­fered sold, mak­ing an av­er­age of $6250.

The top price was $11,500, which was paid by WR & E Hine of Mar­rawah, who also pur­chased a sec­ond bull for $9500.

Sur­vey­ors Bay at Dover pur­chased two bulls to a top of $10,000 and Craig Gib­son from West­bury pur­chased one bull for $9500.

Five bulls were also bought by in­ter­state buy­ers.

At the Frankcombe fam­ily’s com­bined Slopes and Roland Black Sim­men­tal and Si­man­gus sale a full clear­ance of all 11 bulls of­fered was achieved.

The bulls made an av­er­age price of $4568 a head.

Top price was $6000, which was paid by Paul Wig­gins from Pre­may­dena.

The two equal sec­ond-top priced bulls sold for $5250 to Na­tive Rock P/L of Rail­ton and a M & J He­garty of Staver­ton. An­other bull was also pur­chased by IA & WO Buck from Tar­leton for $5000. bulls of­fered,

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