Kenmere Charolais sell to record top prices

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Updated March 18 2020 - 10:45am, first published March 14 2020 - 4:45pm
One of the $16,000 bulls, Kenmere Padlock with Nutrien auctioneer Peter Godbolt, Kenmere co-principal Ann-Marie Collins, manager Glenn Trout, purchasers Ben Whitelegg, Shane Gallagher and Craig McNabb, CM Pastoral and Nutrien Hay agent, Geoff McDougall.
One of the $16,000 bulls, Kenmere Padlock with Nutrien auctioneer Peter Godbolt, Kenmere co-principal Ann-Marie Collins, manager Glenn Trout, purchasers Ben Whitelegg, Shane Gallagher and Craig McNabb, CM Pastoral and Nutrien Hay agent, Geoff McDougall.

Kenmere Charolais sold bulls to a record top price of $16,000, twice, at its 7th annual on-property sale on Friday.

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Olivia Calver

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