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July 14th, 2018 by admin

Buyers go ballistic over Brahmans

Brahman extravaganza: It was a family affair when Colin and Katrina Johnson, Tania Moorhead and Max Johnson sold Jomanda El Toro 802 to Darren Kent of Ooline Brahman Stud, Goovigen, (kneeling) for a record price of $150,000. The sale was conducted through Randall Spann and the team at Elders (right). Buyers have shown overwhelming enthusiasm for the Brahman breed and the greater beef industry throughout the 2016 Rockhampton Brahman Week sale and a record top price of $150,000 was the icing on the cake.
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The sale wrapped up today with 822 bulls selling foran overall average of $11,777. Red bulls completed the sale with 322 sires averaging $12,327 while 490 grey bulls sold to average$11,374.

Day three showcased the remaining portion of red bulls on offer and buyers flocked to the stands to continuepresenting fierce competition across a consistent run of top quality sires.

Selling agents, buyers and vendors alike witnessed a thrilling sale whenJim and Bonnie Besley, Bungarribee, Barmoya, sold Bungarribee Imrand 2147 for $85,000 to the Radel family, Kandoona Stud, Injune.

The bull took the top price title from Peter and Joy Newman’s grey bull Rathlyn N Falcon 11697 which sold for $80,000 to Kelvin and Margaret Maloney, Mt Coolon, Kenilworth, on day one.

The CQLX arena reached fever pitch later in the afternoon today when the Johnson family, Grafton, sold polled sire Jomanda El Toro 802 for a record price of $150,000 to Darren and Sue Kent of the Ooline Brahman Stud, Goovigen.

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