Female national breed record of $32,000 set at Scone Speckle Park sale

Vernon Graham
Updated May 2 2018 - 11:12am, first published May 1 2018 - 10:30am
Neil and Glenda Gorrell, Three Way Speckle Park stud, Nundle, with their record-breaking Speckle Park heifer bought by Doug Comb, "Keiross", Hay (right) for $32,000. Mr Comb decided he wasn't going home from Scone without her.
Neil and Glenda Gorrell, Three Way Speckle Park stud, Nundle, with their record-breaking Speckle Park heifer bought by Doug Comb, "Keiross", Hay (right) for $32,000. Mr Comb decided he wasn't going home from Scone without her.

Doug Comb drove from Hay in the Riverina to the third annual Speckle Park multi-vendor sale at Scone on Saturday determined to go home with his pick of the female draft of stud females.

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Vernon Graham

Vernon Graham

National machinery and property writer

Former editor of The Land, former Fairfax Media Agricultural Editor

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