Havilah East PTIC heifers champions again at Mudgee Angus Breeders sale

Havilah East PTIC heifers champions again at Mudgee Angus Breeders sale


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Values for the quality Angus lines were right up with the tops of recent sales at the 20th annual Mudgee Angus Breeders sale today.

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Second year in succession the Inglis family of "Havilah East", Mudgee, exhibit the champion pen of heifers. Pictured is Ben Kidd, Cydectin, Dubbo, Jamie and Sarah Inglis and buyer Ross Plasto, Plasto and Company, Wellington. The PTIC heifers of Coffin Creek blood are from Coffin Creek matrons and sold for $2180 a head.

Second year in succession the Inglis family of "Havilah East", Mudgee, exhibit the champion pen of heifers. Pictured is Ben Kidd, Cydectin, Dubbo, Jamie and Sarah Inglis and buyer Ross Plasto, Plasto and Company, Wellington. The PTIC heifers of Coffin Creek blood are from Coffin Creek matrons and sold for $2180 a head.

Values were way up as steers topped at $1345, PTIC heifers at $2180, unjoined heifer weaners at $1080 and cows with calves at $2375 during the 20th annual Mudgee Angus Breeders Association sale of 1400 head at Mudgee saleyards today.

Peel Pastoral, North Richmond topped the steers sale with five Charolais/Angus/Angus cross steers weighing 367kg and making $1345. Pictured is Peter Grieve, Talooby stud, Bylong, who bred the bulls and Peel's farm manager, Chris Shephard with the first Peel pen of purebred Talooby blood steers which sold at $1330.

Peel Pastoral, North Richmond topped the steers sale with five Charolais/Angus/Angus cross steers weighing 367kg and making $1345. Pictured is Peter Grieve, Talooby stud, Bylong, who bred the bulls and Peel's farm manager, Chris Shephard with the first Peel pen of purebred Talooby blood steers which sold at $1330.

Top of the large steer portion was among a consignment of 210 steers and heifers from Peel Pastoral, North Richmond, selling at $1345.

These were eight to nine month-olds of Talooby blood – sired by a Talooby Charolais/Angus bull and from Talooby blood Angus matrons.

Jamie and Sarah Inglis, “Havilah East”, Mudgee, again exhibited champion pen of heifers, being 16 of Coffin Creek blood and PTIC to Coffin Creek bulls, selling at $2180 a head to a new entrant in beef cattle breeding in the Mudgee district.

To cows with calves were 13 cows from Wallings Pastoral, Cassilis, with Shorthorn sired calves at foot four to eight weeks old selling at $2375 a unit.

Full report in The Land May 4 edition.

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