Kenny's Creek $11,000 topper

Kenny's Creek Angus hit an $11,000 top


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With Kenny's Creek Lotto N47 purchased for $11,000 - stud principal Sam and Angus Burton Taylor, Grant and Lara Ford, Tea Gardens and Ken Miall, Landmark Tamworth.

With Kenny's Creek Lotto N47 purchased for $11,000 - stud principal Sam and Angus Burton Taylor, Grant and Lara Ford, Tea Gardens and Ken Miall, Landmark Tamworth.

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Kenny's Creek Angus hit an $11,000 top to average $7330.

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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 Fords 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.

Mr Ford said he was an outstanding type of bull, his confirmation and temperament with figures to back him up.

"He was a nice soft easy doing bull"

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.

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