Bull sales in full swing
PEOPLE have travelled from near and far to CQLX Gracemere as bull sale season continues.
The Central Brangus Classic, Riverina National Braford and Droughtmaster National bull sales have seen some good results despite the dry conditions.
The brangus sale saw two
bulls go for a top price of $17,000.
At the braford sale the two top priced bulls went for $28,000, while the top priced droughtmaster went for $55,000.
CQLX will host more in the coming weeks.
Check out who was snapped at the sales in 2018.
FAMILY TIME: (From left) Garrett, Kerrie, Jessica and Justin Wall at the sale.
Neville and Jen Aeitley.
Madi Wholtom, and Chelsea and Allen Burton from Yimin Droughtmasters on the Sunshine Coast.
Anna Hicks and Raymond Johnstone.
Kaye Deabes and Margaret Creed watch the sale action.
Elaine and Emily Pelling watch the droughtmasters go under the hammer.
Kloe and Linda Geddes.
Zara Benjamin and Lucas McKenzie watch from the back.
Margaret Wilson and Leonie Nichols at the sale.
Sue Fawcett of Lazy S Brangus Stud and Graeme McAdam of GDL Taroom.
Amber Henwood and Jason Flynn.
Nev Hansen and Dan Maguire discuss sale prices.