Strong local support helped Bannaby Angus achieve a complete clearance at their 7th annual annual bull sale held on-property Taralga.
The bids came in quick and fast from a full gallery that saw the auction completed in just over an hour and everyone well fed with a big lunch spread as Bannaby has become known.
All 38 bulls offered sold for an average price of $7471 with a top price of $12000 recorded for Bannaby Up River M15.
The April 2016 born embryo transfer son of Thomas Up River out of the renowned donor dam Vermont Dream was purchased by Hollywood Pastoral Company, Crookwell.
Forty yearling commercial heifers were also offered again with a complete clearance recorded for a top of $1240 and a $1085 average.
The sale was conducted by agents in conjunction Elders Goulburn and Landmark Bathurst with Marcus Schembri selling the heifers and Steve Ridley adjudicating bidding on the bulls.