Lo­cal studs have good clear­ance

Western Times - - NEWS -

LAM­BERT had its an­nual sale at the Black­all Sa­le­yards last Tues­day. CHAR­BRAY BULLS

The top price was Lot 3, a poll 24 months old, 862kg, EMA of 136cm, sold to Welsh Cat­tle Co, Hunt­ing­ton Char­bray Stud, Ta­room, for $8000.

The ma­jor buyer of char­bray bulls was the Bryant fam­ily of Wansey Downs, Au­gathella, who bought six bulls for an av­er­age of $4417.

HERE­FORD AND POLL HERE­FORD BULLS

The top price was Lot 33 poll here­ford, 24 months, 850kg, EMA of 126cm, sold to the Hauff fam­ily of Black­all for $8000. They bought five bulls for an av­er­age of $6500.

Lam­bert sold 53 bulls av­er­ag­ing $4649 (23 char­bray bulls and 30 here­ford/poll here­ford).

Stud prin­ci­pal Scott Bred­hauser was happy with the re­sult, par­tic­u­larly con­sid­er­ing how the sea­son was at the mo­ment, and thanked all buy­ers, agents and bid­ders for at­tend­ing.

Valera Vale of­fered and sold 141 drought­mas­ter bulls on a prop­erty last Fri­day for a good av­er­age of $4361.

The top price was Lot 98, 23 months, poll gene tested, EMA 130cm, for $9000.

About 45% of the bulls went to re­peat buy­ers from West­ern Aus­tralia.

Stud prin­ci­pal Michael Flynn was happy with the re­sult, es­pe­cially with the dry con­di­tions.

Michael was grate­ful to all pur­chasers and un­der bid­ders for at­tend­ing.

SALE: Valera Vale of­fered and sold 141 drought­mas­ter bulls.

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