Futurity Prophecy tops sale at $22,000

Futurity Shorthorns and Temana Charolais held their 11th annual bull sale with bulls sold all over Australia


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Top Price Futurity Prophecy P13 with new owners Anne and Ken Tippett, Glengyron, Newlyn, Victoria, Greg Schuller, Outback, Culcairn and Futurity stud principals Jason and Kylie Catts.

Top Price Futurity Prophecy P13 with new owners Anne and Ken Tippett, Glengyron, Newlyn, Victoria, Greg Schuller, Outback, Culcairn and Futurity stud principals Jason and Kylie Catts.

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Bulls sold throughout Australia, with several moving to Tasmania.

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Futurity Shorthorns and Temana Charolais Agriculture held their annual bull sale at Glen Ayr, Barradine on Thursday.

Registered bidders were spread throughout New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania.

Futurity Shorthorns sold 34 of the 48 bulls offered for a 71 per cent clearance and a top of $22,000.

The yearling bulls topped the sale with an average of $11,000 and all three selling. The two year old bulls sold to a top of $20,000 and an average of $7733.

Temana Charolais sold 17 of the 26 bulls offered for a 65 pc clearance, a top of $10,000 and average of $5562.

Futurity Prophecy P13 topped the sale at $22,000, the 16-month-old was by Crathes Hastings and out of Futurity Enia H8.

Weighing in at 716 kilograms, with a scrotal circumference of 40 centimeters and in the top 5pc Estimated Breeding Values (EBV) for Scrotal, days to calving, carcase weight, intra-muscular fat and export maternal index.

The young bull was purchased in partnership by Ken and Anne Tippett of Glengyron Shorthorns, Newlyn VIctoria and Greg Schuller, Outback Shorthorns, Culcairn as an outcross for their studs.

The second top price bull was 24-month-old Futurity next level N326, by Futurity Edged in Stone K148 and out of Futurity Ossie Mary Ann G81 he was purchased for $20,000 by John Settree on behalf of a stud client in Victoria.

Weighing 954kg, with a scrotal of 42cm and in the top 5 pc EBV for , and export and export maternal gestation length, Days to calving, fat, IMF and all index values.

Bulk buyer of Futurity was Lynne Denton, Corne Downs, Augathella, QLD. Purchasing five bulls to a top of $8,000, twice and an average of $5600.

Bulk buyer and buyer of the top price bull Will Creek, Fort Constantine, Cloncurry, QLD with Temana stud principal Terry Griffin

Bulk buyer and buyer of the top price bull Will Creek, Fort Constantine, Cloncurry, QLD with Temana stud principal Terry Griffin

Temana top price bull was was 23-month-old Temana N104E, a son of Minie-Vale Jack Sprat and out of Temana H85E who sold for $10,000.

Weighing 904kg, with a scrotal of 44cm, with Rump 7, Rib 6, EMA of 138 and IMF of 5.4.

The top price bull and bulk buyer of Temana was Will Creek, Stanbroke pastoral, Fort Constantine, Cloncurry, QLD, taking home six bulls to complete their draft with a top of $10,000 and an average of $7000.

Will is a commerical buyer who was been buying from Temana for three years.

The sale was conducted by Elders, Landmark and online with the Auction Plus platform.

Read the full report in next weeks edition of The Land

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