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The 37th Annual Rockhampton Brangus Sale at Gracemere on the 14th and 15th October 2012 saw 132 bulls, 45 registered females and 165 commercial females go under the hammer over the two day event.


The commercial females opened the sale with pleasing start, selling all 165 females to a top of $1700. Magee Family of Beejay Brangus received the top price of $1700/head for their pen of 5 commercial Brangus heifers, which were purchased by Alex Dodson, Southwell Brangus of Gracemere, Queensland.


An impressive line of Brangus heifers saw the demand continue into the afternoon, with registered females achieving a 96% clearance, to a top of $25,000. The top priced female, Telpara Hills Miss S/Special 541H14, offered by the Pearce family’s Telpara Hills Brangus stud, Atherton, Queensland, was taken home by WTG & LA Dobe & Son’s, Bowen, Queensland. The 17month old black heifer, sired by MC Something Special 129W14 and out of Telpara Hills Miss Washington 541F2. Telpara Hills dominated the female sale, securing the top 6 prices of the registered female sale.


The bulls sold on Tuesday with a 70% clearance, going to a top of $17,000. Bullakeana Brangus secured the top price with their 24 month old black bull, Bullakeana Grand Lodgic. Purchased by SS & SJ Gedda of Marlborough, Queensland, which is sired by Bullakeana Grand Icon and out of Bullakeana Felipa.


Bruce & Leanne Woodard of Bonox Brangus, Taroom, Queensland sold the second top priced bull, Bonox 691 for $15,000 to purchasers John Colins, Yaraandoo Brangus, Gracemere, Queensland. Also Jane Geddes of Charlevue Brangus, Dingo, Queensland also sold second top priced bull, Charlevue Atlantis for  $15,000 to puchases Ian & Anne Galloway, Duauuan Brangus, Roma Queensland.


Congratulations to all vendors and purchasers for their success at the 2013 Rockhampton Brangus Sale.


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