Sunday, October 20, 2019

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The Vendors cleared 75% of their offerings, achieving an average of $7,687 with the starting price of $3,500.

The sale attracted 115 registered bidders and featured seedstock from 29 Vendors hailing from North Queensland to Victoria.

Telpara Hills Brangus Stud from the Atherton in QLD topped the sale with the top priced bull, Telpara Hills King Pin 39L3 for $36,000 to Hardy Woodard of Knockbreak Brangus Stud.

An impressive line of Brangus heifers achieved an average of $3983. The top priced female was sold by Brian Hartman of Valley View Brangus stud for $6,000 to Bruce & Leanne Woodard from Bonox Brangus stud.

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


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