Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Login

Current Sale Catalogues Available on the ABCA Herdbook - Click here to access

 

2019 BIMBADEEN BRANGUS SALE

An exciting line of 40 Brangus bulls and 50 Brangus heifers will be offered at the 2019 Bimbadeen Brangus Sale on Saturday, August 24.

With exceptional depth of breeding, great fertility and established adaptability for Australian conditions, Bimbadeen is offering the very best of its genetics exclusively at this sale.

All bulls (34 black and 6 red) have been semen and morphology tested, with genetic testing results, EBVs and scans also available. They are also ABCA registered (or recorded), and Bimbadeen is J-BAS 7 (cleared for the Northern Territory and WA).

The annual on-property event will again be held at the stud’s picturesque 'Arthur's Knob' facility, just 50km NW Eidsvold/ SW Monto, Queensland*. Gates open for inspections at 8am and live auction sale (11 bulls) commencing at 10am. The remainder of the bulls (sold individually) and females (sold in lots of 10) will then be run under Helmsman rules.

For those unable to attend, bids will also be taken via AuctionsPlus

For more info visit www.bimbadeenbrangus.com , follow Bimbadeen Brangus on Facebook. 

*If you would like to register for a catalogue or get a map for directions please message or email us (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or call Mark and Amanda on 07 41675141. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer

While the Australian Brangus Cattle Association Ltd makes all reasonable efforts to ensure information on this site is accurate and current, use of this site is at your own risk. All content, including this policy, is subject to change without notice. The contents of the website www.brangus.com.au is copyright and permission from the Australian Brangus Cattle Association Ltd prior to any reproduction of content is required. The Australian Brangus Cattle Association Ltd does not necessarily endorse views and claims expressed by advertisers on the site or on links from the site. The Australian Brangus Cattle Association Ltd. takes no responsibility for the outcome of any action taken be readers or others based on the information contained therein.