Support from repeat clients proved Kenny's Creek long-term commercial focus at Wednesday's on-property spring Angus bull sale at Hillgrove, Boorowa.
The Burton Taylor family offered a line up of 59 bulls with 56 of them selling at auction for a 95 percent clearance.
Kenny's Creek Lotto N47 was the $11,000 sale topper purchased by return buyers Grant and Lara Ford, Tea Gardens.
The Ford's also purchased two more bulls to fulfill their requirements to average $7333 overall for their draft.
The 26-month-old bull was by Esslemont Lotto L3 from Kenny's Creek Blackboom L153, and weighed 918 kilograms with a scrotal circumference of 41 centimeters.
He had estimated breed values (EBV's) of +6.1 for birth weight, +58 for 200- day weight, +103 for 400-day weight, +5.7 for eye muscle area (EMA), and intramuscular fat (IMF) of +3.2.
Two bulls hit the equal second top money of $10,000
The first of the $10,000 bulls was Kenny's Creek Lotto N5 purchased through Bowyer Livermore for their respective client who was also a son of Esslemont Lotto L3.
Stirling Pastoral, Belgravia, matched the second top money of $10,000 for Kenny's Creek Complement N46.
The 25-month-old son of the popular North American AI sire EF Complement 8088 weighed in at 772 kilograms and had a positive rib and rub of +1.1 and +1.9 respectively.
Stirling Pastoral, Belgrevia also lead the volume buying on the day putting together a draft of a further nine bulls for an overall average of $7750.
While Jim Hindmarsh, Braidwood secured five with a top of $6000 twice on the way to a $5600 average.
JMF Livestock, Neville, put together four bulls through the Auction Plus platform to average $5500.
The sale was settled by Landmark Wagga Wagga with Mark Barton and Tim Woodham both as auctioneers with strong support from Auction Plus.
Read the full report in next weeks edition of The Land