**WE STILL HAVE A SELECTION OF BULLS FOR PRIVATE SALE, CONTACT US FOR DETAILS**
Thankyou to everyone who supported our Spring Bull Sale.
29/32 bulls sold to a top of $9000, to average $5422.
Sons of Ascot Lion Heart were highly sought after with buyers chasing the combination of growth & carcase weight they offered.
The top priced bull was Lot 3. Trio Lion Heart P2, who was purchased for $9,000 by Lyall & Sally Woods from Hargraves. The Woods family has been using Trio Angus bulls with great success for the last seven years.
Two other Lion Heart sons were purchased by the prominent Victorian stud, Banquet Angus. Both bulls will go on to pursue stud duties for the Branson family.
New buyer, Temerity, Coolah, also secured two excellent Lion Heart sons to average $7750.
The top priced yearling bull, Lot 27. Trio Mount P65, was purchased by PiperCo, Cassilis. This was the first son of Texas Mount K2 to be offered & he will make a strong addition to their commercial herd.
Lorimer Partnership, Cassilis, secured a strong line up of three bulls on the day.
Buyers were offered the usual service of free delivery & also the option to delay the delivery of their bulls until October.
The beef industry will change more in the next 10 years than it has in the last 50 years. We’re in good shape. Our breed is well thought of. We have wonderful programs.
Joe Hampton, American Angus Association President