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Rockhampton Brangus Semen Sale – Beef 2018 Benefit Auction

The Rockhampton Brangus Sale Committee decided this year to hold a Benefit Auction of Semen donated by Members in which the proceedings are going towards 2018 Beef.

There was 17 packages offered and 16 Semen Packages sold, raising $8,830.

 

Top selling package was $1,400 for 10 straws of Bonox 334 donated by Bruce and Leanne Woodard, Bonox Brangus stud, Taroom, QLD and selling to Brad & Nicole Saunders, Pheasant Creek Brangus, Wowan, QLD.

Below is a list of the Semen Packages sold and the purchases:

 

Lot 1 – Oaklands Geronimo, Donated by Nev & Megan Hansen

Sold 1 Package of 10 Straws $165 to Beejay Brangus, Capella QLD

Lot 2 – MC Something Special 129W14, Donated by Nev & Megan Hansen

Sold 1 Package of 10 Straws $200 to Coachwood Brangus, Jiggi NSW

Lot 3 – Coolabah Baron, Donated by Paul & Denise Studt

Sold 1 Package of 5 Straws $120 to Habana Spring Brangus, Habana QLD

Lot 4 – Coolabah Apollo, Donated by Paul & Denise Studt

Sold 1 Package of 5 Straws $180 to Habana Spring Brangus, Habana QLD

Lot 5 – TCB Catawba Warrior R532, Donated by Edward & Kara Quinn

Sold 1 Package of 5 Straws $620 to Coachwood Brangus, Jiggi NSW

Lot 6 – DCC Mr Paladin 915U5, Donated by Edward & Kara Quinn

Sold 1 Package of 5 Straws $280 to Coolabah Brangus, Capella QLD

Lot 7 – Bonox 335, Donated by Bruce and Leanne Woodard

Sold 1 Package of 10 Straws $1,400 to Pheasant Creek Brangus, Wowan QLD

Lot 8 – Elton RB Fulltime 1060, Donated by Hardy & Mandy Woodard

Sold 1 Package of 10 Straws $750 to Yaraandoo Brangus, Gracemere QLD

Lot 9 – Pheasant Creek Edinborough E3, Donated by Jack & Jennifer Wright

Sold 1 Package of 10 straws $450 to Folkslee Brangus, Brooweena QLD

Lot 10 – Castle Jandowae, Donated by Greg & Alicia Magee

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $220 to Salisbury Plains Grazing, Bowen QLD

Lot 11 – Telemon Ebenezer, Donated by Josh & Sam Comiskey

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $200 to Pheasant Creek Brangus, Wowan QLD

Lot 12 – XS Johnny Lee 369H, Donated by Brad & Nicole Saunders

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $1,200 to Cedar Valley Brangus, Chelmsford QLD

Lot 13 – Bonox 265, Donated by Brad & Nicole Saunders

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $1,300 to Great Northern Cattle CO, Via Derbey Broome WA

Lot 14 – Tannyfoil Jagger I64, donated by Brad & Nicole Saunders

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $700 to Bullakeana Brangus, Moura QLD

Lot 15 – Triple B Huxley H583, Donated by Lindsay & Fiona Barlow

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $700 to Yaraandoo Brangus, Gracemere QLD

Lot 16 – Chadwick Downs Red Element D122, Donated by Edward & Kara Quinn

No Sale

Lot 17 – Doonside 1144 Trademark, Donated by Alex & Emma Dodson

Sold 1 package of 10 straws $350 to Great Northern Cattle CO, Via Derbey Broome WA

A huge thanks goes to the Vendors and also the purchases in the Australian Brangus Beef ’18 Benefit Auction.

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