Kenny’s Creek Angus bulls sell to $12,000 twice

Kenny’s Creek Angus bulls sell to $12,000 twice


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Auctioneer Andrew Wishart, Nick Burton Taylor, and Adam Withers, Kenny’s Creek with Landmark Stud Stock John Settree, who purchased top price bull Kenny Creek Chisum L56 on behalf of Leawood Angus for $12,000.

Auctioneer Andrew Wishart, Nick Burton Taylor, and Adam Withers, Kenny’s Creek with Landmark Stud Stock John Settree, who purchased top price bull Kenny Creek Chisum L56 on behalf of Leawood Angus for $12,000.

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A top of $12,000 was reached twice at the Kenny' sCreek spring Angus bull sale at Boorowa.

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Support from repeat clients proved Kenny’s Creek long-term commercial focus at last Wednesday’s on-property spring Angus bull sale at Boorowa.

A top of $12,000 was reached twice as 67 of the 70 bulls offered sold for an average price of $6671.

Greame and Joy Stuckey, Leawood Angus, Flynn, Victoria, payed the top money $12,000 for Kenny’s Creek Chisum L35, a 17-month-old son of S Chisum 6175, bidding over the phone after inspecting the draft during Southern Beef Week.

Matched, but not beaten, Kenny’s Creek Complement L36 also reached $12,000.

The 17-month-old son of the popular north american AI sire EF Complement 8088 was purchased by M and L Godley, Goodiwindi, Queensland.

Three bulls sold to the second top price of $11,000.

Kenny’s Creek Broken Bow K263 sold to Groganville, Yass.

Kenny’s Creek K237 a Tuwharetoa Regent D145 grandson sold to Casella Management, Yenda as well as another for $9000.

And Kenny’s Creek Complement L6 sold to Simon Kurt, “Greenhills”, Woodstock, as they put together three to average $9000.

Leading the volume buyers were Redcliffs Pastoral, “Redcliffs”, Grenfell, who put together a draft of six for an average of $6167 paying to a top of $8000.

While The Falls Partnership, “The Falls”, Neville, secured five with a top-price of $8000 twice on the way to an $7000 average.

Bradleys Flat Pastoral Company, “Bradleys Flat”, Black Springs, averaged an impressive $8000 on their draft of four bulls including a top price of $9000.

Three others bought runs of four bulls - D.J. and K.J. Curtis, “The Wilgas”, Trundle, averaged $5750; the MacDougall Family Trust, Tooma, averaged $5500 and Cameron Neville, Bathurst, averaged $4000.

Speaking after the sale Kenny’s Creek principal, Nick Burton Taylor said they appreciated the support of our regular clients and were happy with the sensible prices.

“Our emphasis is on a commercial focus and our client base,” Mr Burton Taylor said.

The sale was conducted by Landmark with Andrew Wishart calling the bids.

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