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The first sale, Central Brangus Classic at Gracemere topped at $20,000 for a Bonox sire and averaged $5,411. Top price bull offered by Bruce & Leanne Woodard was the 35 month old Bonox Luke weighing in at 810kg. Fourteen vendors sold 73 sires from an offering of 74. Two sires sold for $13,000 with the honours shared between Couti Outi Oxley and Telemon Digby.  Duncan & Linda Geddes, Telemon averaged $5,273 for their draft of 11 bulls. Herd bulls sold to a top of $10,000 again for a Bonox sire to Paul & Denise Studt, Coolabah Park Capella. The six Bonox bulls averaged $8,583. Volume buyers of the sale were Apsley Cattle Co, Stainburn downs, Aramac with six bulls for an average of $3,916 and J & H Comiskey, Avoca Alpha with six lots for a $3,750 average.

At the 5th Brangus Association sale at Roma later in the week bulls topped at $17,000 and averaged $5,126 with a 90% clearance. Richard & Diane Pender sold the top priced lot, Boonderoo Dozer to Injune producers Jayson and Mandy Wilson. The Wilsons also purchased Duarran black Douglas for $11,000 and seven registered heifers for $1678/head. The Wilsons have been impressed by the performance of the Brangus cattle on their property and are keen to increase Brangus numbers. The Flower family, Garrabarra, Roma purchased lot 1 Bonox 504 for $15,000 giving the sale a great start.Volume buyer was Denis Power, Glenrowan Boggabri NSW who purchased 12 bulls for $5,883. Yabbo Do Brangus stud had a great day with sires selling to $14,000 and $13,000. Fifteen heifers were sold from 16 offered to average $1,700. Other excellent sales included Mark & Linda Bauers elara Advance for $9,000 to Riverside Pastoral Co.

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