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The 41st Annual Rockhampton Brangus Sale at Gracemere on the 9th and 10th October 2017 saw 129 bulls, 43 registered females, 28 Embryos and 4 Legacy of Ladies and 147 commercial females go under the hammer over the two day event.

 

An impressive line of Brangus heifers saw the demand continue into the afternoon, with 43 registered females achieving a 100% clearance, to a top of $26,000 and an average of $6,215.

The top price female, Telpara Hills Miss Foundation 920M16B, offered by the Pearce family’s Telpara Hills Brangus stud, Atherton, Queensland. Telpara Hills Miss Foundation 920M16B was purchased by Lake Majesic Brangus, Alabama, USA.

 

The 28 Embryos all were sold at 100% clearance with an average of $131. Top Lot of Embryo Packages (4 Embryos) was offered by Mark Reid from Jett Brangus to Julie Sheehan & Jason Jeynes of Kraken Brangus

 

The Elders Legacy of Ladies Sale was held at the Gracemere hotel on Monday night had 4 heifers were sold average of $20,875. New Breed record of Brangus Females the top seller was $60,000 for Telpara Hills Miss Van Damme 15M3 and selling to Troy Mitchell, Coffs Harbour NSW.

 

The bulls sold on Tuesday with an 93% clearance, going to a top of $32,000 and achieving an impressive average of $9,147. Telpara Hills Brangus secured the top price with their 23 month old black bull, Telpara Hills Kenworth 382L4. Purchased by Brad Comiskey from Lunar Brangus Stud, Emerald QLD.

 

Congratulations to all vendors and purchasers for their success at the 2017 Rockhampton Brangus Sale.

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