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Tops at Ag-Grow: Moongool K13 (P) (R/F) topped the Ag-Grow 2016 Premier Multi-breed Beef Bull Sale held in Emerald on Friday. He’s pictured with buyers Lawrence and Pat Hack, Rocklea, Alpha and vendor Ivan Price, Moongool Charolais, Yuleba.Bidders were spoiled for choice at theAg-Grow 2016 Premier Multi-breed Beef Bull Sale held in Emerald on Friday with excellent drafts spanning eight breeds presented by the 19 vendors who took part in the sale.
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In summary 110 bullssold for an 87 per cent sale clearance rate to gross $662,500 for an average of $6023/head.

By breed 32 Angus bulls sold for $198,000 for a top of $10,500 to average $6188; seven Red Angus were purchased for 34,000 to peak at $6500 for a $4857 average; seven Murray Grey’s sold for $42,000 topping at $13,000 to average $6000 and one Charolais/Angus-cross made $3500.

A total of 33 Charolais bulls made a combined $217,500 topping at $16,000 to average $6591; 18 Simmental’s grossed $110,500 for a top of $11,000 averaging $6139; A pair of Simbrah’smade $3250 apiece and 10 Charbray’s made $50,500 peaking at $8,500 to average $5050.

Sale coordinator Ken McCaffrey, McCaffrey’s Australian Livestock Marketing said he was happy with the overall sale result and is continually enthused byhow much the sale has evolved over the years.

“A total of 104 bulls in the salewere poll this year, which is the biggest poll selection that has ever gone through the ring at the Ag-Growsale,” Mr McCaffrey said.

“Sale results over the past several years have illustrated that poll genetics are becoming increasingly popular with producers, which was exemplified at the sale,” he said.

“I’d also have to say the run of Charolais bulls for the sale was the best we’ve seen in a long time, which shined through in the results.”

Moongool bull makes hay at Ag-Grow sale | Photos Central Highlands Regional Council (CHRC) CEO Scott Mason, Member for Gregory Lachlan Miller MP, CHRC deputy mayor, Gail Godwin-Smith, Member for Burdekin Dale Last MP and CHRC mayor Kerry Hayes.

Merle Chambers, Jambin, had great seats for the sale with Janette and Leon Ward, Thangool, and husband John Chambers.

Dennis and Sara Martin, Yeppoon, with thie grandkids (and avid bull sale fans) Lainie and Lara Martin, Mount Morgan.

Lachy Ware, Bettafield Charolais and Charbray, Emerald with Amy Whitechurch, Four Way Charolais, Inverall.

Bull sale exhibitors Rachael and Gillian Welsh, Huntington Charbray and Charolais, Taroom, inspect the sale catalogue.

Cam Russell, Swan Hill, Blackall, having a yarn before the sale with Harvey Weyman-Jones, GDL Dalby.

Ag-Grow Emeerald Field Days managing director Geoff Dein welcomed vendors, bidders and guests to the Premier Multi-breed Beef Bull Sale.

Ag-Grow Field Days special guest and league legend Wally Lewis gave those in attendance some inspirational words regarding resilience in the beef industry which he related back to his sporting career.

Sale coordinator Ken McCaffrey, McCaffrey’s A.L.M said he was happy with the 2016 sale result and how much the sale has evolved over the years.

Goondi K25 (P) was the first bull to enter the sale ring from vendors Darryl and Nicole Hayward, Felton. The 24-month-old bull sold to Peter Comiskey, Lyra Park, Pastoral, Capella for $8500.

A large gallery of buyers helped propel the sale to a strong result with 110 bulls selling for a total of $662,500 to average $6023/head.

Sale team members Peter Brazier, GDL Dalby, Ken McCaffrey, McCaffrey’s A.L.M, rockhampton and Mark Duthie, GDL Dalby hard at work.

Peter Comiskey, Lyra Park Pastoral, Capella, made the winning bid on three bulls at the Ag-Grow 2016 Premier Multi-breed Beef Bull Sale.

Tops at Ag-Grow: Moongool K13 (P) (R/F) topped the Ag-Grow 2016 Premier Multi-breed Beef Bull Sale held in Emerald on Friday. He’s pictured with buyers Lawrence and Pat Hack, Rocklea, Alpha and vendor Ivan Price, Moongool, Yuleba.

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