PAST SALES

2017 Bull Sale

Spirited bidding led to a record sale result at our 2017 Bull Sale. Thankyou to all the buyers & underbidders for their support.

 

55 bulls sold for 100% clearance

 

Overall sale average $9,605

 

Top price $18,000

 

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2016 Bull Sale

Thankyou to all the buyers, under bidders & supporters for attending our 2016 Bull Sale.

 

50 bulls sold for 100% clearance

 

Overall sale average $7,450

 

18 two year old bulls averaged $8528

 

32 yearling bulls (12-18 months) averaged $6,800

 

Top price $13,000

 

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2015 Bull Sale

Thankyou to all the buyers, under bidders & supporters for attending our 2015 Bull Sale. We were very pleased with the result & happy to see bulls priced from $4000 to $12,000 on the day.

 

There was a 100% clearance of the 40 bulls offered. The overall sale average was $6450 with a top of $12,000.

 

The top priced bull was purchased by Aisthorpe Angus, Monto QLD. A partnership between MacKander & Mate from Coolah purchased Trio Upward J51, the second top priced bull for $9500. 

 

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2014 Bull Sale

Thankyou to both new & repeat clients for your support at our 2014 Bull Sale.

 

There was a 97% clearance of the 36 bulls offered on the day. The overall sale average was $4181 with a top of $7500.

 

The 24 two year old bulls sold to an average of $4438. The 11 eighteen month old bulls averaged $4000.

 

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2013 Bull Sale

We would like to thank all the buyers, under-bidders & staff that helped make the 2013 Trio Angus Bull Sale a success.

 

There was a 100% clearance of the 35 bulls offered. The overall sale average was $5074 with a top of $9000 reached twice. The 23 two year old bulls sold to an average of $5413 whilst the 12 sixteen month old bulls averaged $4375.

 

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‘The final and proper purpose of all beef cattle breeding is to produce good beef; its highest purpose is the production of the most beef of the best quality in the least time, with a given amount of feed and care.’

L.H. Kerrick, Illinois, 1902