Angus cows reach $2800 at Gundagai

Angus cows reach $2800 at Gundagai


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The revival of the annual Reiland Angus Invitational held in the Gundagai yards saw quality females meeting strong competition with top price paid of $2800

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Over 800 top quality Angus females in very good condition considering the dry season across the south attracted strong competition when offered under the Reiland Angus Invitational banner at the Gundagi saleyards on Wednesday.

Reiland stud principal Mark Lucas was very happy after the sale and thought the results justified his decision to re-activate the sale which highlights his bloodlines.

Very happy Mark Lucas after the sale

Very happy Mark Lucas after the sale

“It was a spectacular sale given the state of the season and a credit to all vendors,” Mr Lucas said.

Some sale highlights:

24 three and four year PTIC cows with calves sold account Mt Hugel Pastoral Co, Grahamstown for $2800

18 seven year PTIC cows with calves sold account Taranee Pastoral Co, Oberne Creek for $2500

16 22 month PTIC heifers sold account Reiland Angus, Gundagai for $1625

18 17 month PTIC heifers sold account Reiand Angus, Gundagai for $1900

19 17 month PTIC heifers sold account Wokolena Pastoral Co, Wagga Wagga for $1400

Happy vendor Glenn Lucas was pleased his sale reults

Happy vendor Glenn Lucas was pleased his sale reults

14 16 month NSM heifers sold account Paragon Pastoral, Murrumbateman for $1350

There was strong competition for local restockers with the new owners of Abingdon Station, Gundagai putting together a sold draft while buyers from Wangaratta, Victoria and Wagga Wagga were also successful in buying stock.

Elders and Landmark, Tumut and Gundagai conducted the sale with Peter Cabot, Landmark, and Will Stoddart and Sam Gamel from Elders taking the bids.

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