Wirruna’s 30th sale the best yet

Wirruna Poll Hereford’s 30th Helmsman sale the best yet


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$38500 top price bull Wirruna Legs L108 with Guilford Poll Hereford agent Tim Woodham, Landmark StudStock, Wagga Wagga, and Wirruna principal Ian Locke.

$38500 top price bull Wirruna Legs L108 with Guilford Poll Hereford agent Tim Woodham, Landmark StudStock, Wagga Wagga, and Wirruna principal Ian Locke.

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Wirruna Poll Herefords 30th Helmsman sale was the studs best yet, 59 bulls sold to a top of $38500 for an average price of $7610 while females reached $7500 and averaged $2911

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Wirruna Poll Hereford’s spring bull and female sale was the Locke family’s 30th sale using the helmsman system and was undoubtably their best.

“We are delighted with what was certainly a successful day at the office for the Lock family” Ian Locke principal of Wirruna Poll Herefords stated.

Fifty-nine of the 61 bulls offered sold to a top price of $38500 for Wirruna Legs L108 a sire that was used over 35 Wirruna Heifers with an average of $7610 recorded on the bulls.

Fourteen of the 15 PTIC individual stud heifers sold to a top of $7500 for an average of $2911.

A further 18 PTIC heifers were offered in two lots selling for $1750/head and $1700/head respectively.

The top price bull L108 was highly sort after with two Tasmanian having a long battle over the right to own him with Guilford Poll Hereford, Ouse winning the battle.

The second top price of $15000 was also a bull used as a sire in the Wirruna herd Wirruna Launceston L396 selling to Yavenvale Herefords, Adelong.

The top price heifer was star lot Wirruna Madam L301 selling for $7500 to Ron Lewington, “Gindalea”, Uranquinty.

The sale was interfaced with AuctionsPlus with 13 successful buyers purchasing 19 lots.

The sale was conducted by Atkins Marketing Livestock and Chris Callow Livestock.

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