Twynam Angus bulls top $9000 average $5397

Twynam Angus bulls top $9000 average $5397


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Coonabarabran agent Chris Korff, Ray White Korff and Company, auctioneer Luke Whitty, Kevin Miller Whitty Lennon and Company, Forbes and Twynam stud manager, Luke Gleeson with the $9000 sale-topper Twynam L003 bought by Mr Korff for repeat buyers the Camileri family, Coonabarabran.

Coonabarabran agent Chris Korff, Ray White Korff and Company, auctioneer Luke Whitty, Kevin Miller Whitty Lennon and Company, Forbes and Twynam stud manager, Luke Gleeson with the $9000 sale-topper Twynam L003 bought by Mr Korff for repeat buyers the Camileri family, Coonabarabran.

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Thirty-four bulls sold to Victoria, Riverina and up to Coonabarabran today in an 83 per cent auction clearance.

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IN an 83 per cent auction clearance 34 bulls sold from 41 to a top of $9000 to average $5397 at the Twynam Agricultural Group’s annual Twynam Angus bull sale at Jemalong Station, Forbes today.

Coonabarabran agent, Chris Korff of Ray White Korff and Company, returned to secure seven bulls for clients paying the top $9000 and an average of $6571 for the draft.

Top-priced Twynam L003, a rising 26 months-old son of Te mania Emperor E343, weighing 898 kilograms was purchased for the Camileri family, Coonabarabran.

Ron Nash of Bugaldie, bought two bulls including a son of Lawsons Invincible C402 at $7500 and a $6000 son of Twynam H035 (by Te Mania Africa.

Both Mr Korff and Mr Nash said they keep returning because of the excellent intermuscular fat figures and eye muscle areas of Twynam bulls.

“I bought eight bulls here last year,” Mr Nash said.

Two bulls sold at $8000 each and buyers came from within the Central West and down to Holbrook, Tooma and Mt Alfred, Victoria.

Full report in The Land August 17 edition.

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