Overall, 154 head averaged $17,555 to return $2,703, 500.
The Cassilis operation cleared all 23 quality two-year-old poll bulls, to record its best-ever sales average
The record for an inaugural on-property British breed bull sale average was smashed on Monday as Circle 8 Angus recorded a stellar $16,733 average in their first outing at auction for their Angus bulls.
All 57 lots offered sold to average $16,035, an increase of close to $6000 on the 2020 sale average, thanks to rapid bidding action in the shed and on AuctionsPlus.
In its first spring sale, Prime Angus, Warrenbayne, Vic, has realised a total clearance of all 31 bulls, to a top price of $27,000.
It is a big business agreement to form a syndicate and work with other people on livestock, yet on some occasions it is only taking producers a quick two-minute chat over a steak sandwich.
The average price for bulls at the on-property Glengowan Angus sale was almost double the stud's previous average.
The first week of September sales went off with a bang, with bids coming hard and fast across both bull and ram sales across the east coast.