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.