Trying seasonal conditions across much of New South Wales this year did little to discourage producers from paying top dollar for both beef and sheep genetics.
THE 48th annual spring sale for the Cassilis based Dalkeith Poll and Hereford stud sale was well supported by both return buyers and new purchasers.
Twenty-one bulls sold at auction to average $6905 including the $26,000 sale-topper of the Hague family's Rockingham stud, Lake Cargelligo and Moxey Family's Denngal stud, Jemalong.
The Hague family's Rockingham stud, Lake Cargelligo and Moxey Family's Denngal stud, Jemalong, sold 21 bulls at auction to average $6905 including the $26,000 top price.
Brahman bulls have hit a $100,000 top so far at the Rockhampton Brahman Week bull sale at Central Queensland Livestock Exchange, Gracemere, Queensland.
Overcomming seasonal conditions that stopped a number of existing clients from attending The Glen Angus 48th annual bull sale, the Gadd family averaged $5038, topping at $14,000.