Rangan Charolais sold to $6,750

Rangan Charolais sold to $6,750


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Representing the buyer, Jed Cardwell, Corcoran Parker, Wodonga, with Rangan Charolais stud principal Graeme Cook and Rangan Goldrush J37 N85 (P) sold for $6750. Photo: supplied

Representing the buyer, Jed Cardwell, Corcoran Parker, Wodonga, with Rangan Charolais stud principal Graeme Cook and Rangan Goldrush J37 N85 (P) sold for $6750. Photo: supplied

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The tenth annual on-property sale for Rangan Charolais on account Graeme Cook and family saw 36 bulls sold to top price of $6750 and sale average of $4527.

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The tenth annual on-property sale for Rangan Charolais on account Graeme Cook and family saw 36 bulls sold to top price of $6750 and sale average of $4527.

Eight stud heifers sold for average price $4343.

The top price was paid for Rangan Goldrush, a 19-month son of Ascot Goldrush and bought by M and W De Koyer, Barnawartha, Victoria.

Top-priced heifer was Rangan Showgirl (AI) (ET) (P) purchased for $6500 by G.R and N.E King, Frankston, Vic.

The daughter of Platinum Wind-fall W75E is only eight months old.

Stud principal Graeme Cook was very pleased with results.

"The way things are we had a good sale," he said.

"We sold another four bulls after the sale."

Interfaced with AuctionsPlus, the sale was conducted by Wodonga-based agents Corcoran Parker, Paull and Scollard Landmark and John Atkins Livestock Marketing along with Glasser Total Sales Management, Patrice Vale.

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