Rosedale Charolais bull sale hits $20,000 top, av $8137

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Updated May 26 2020 - 1:25pm, first published May 22 2020 - 4:20pm
The $20,000 sale-topper with Elders Bathurst's Andrew Bickford, buyer Stuart Russ on behalf of undisclosed client of Nutrien Ag Solutions, Broken Hill with vendor James Millner of Rosedale Charolais, and guest auctioneer, Paul Dooley, Paul Dooley Pty Ltd, Tamworth.
The $20,000 sale-topper with Elders Bathurst's Andrew Bickford, buyer Stuart Russ on behalf of undisclosed client of Nutrien Ag Solutions, Broken Hill with vendor James Millner of Rosedale Charolais, and guest auctioneer, Paul Dooley, Paul Dooley Pty Ltd, Tamworth.

THE first sons to sell in Australia of two new sires drew demand from stud and commercial buyers at the 31st annual Rosedale Charolais Bull Sale today at Blayney, resulting in a $20,000 top price and an $8137 total average for 51 purebred bulls sold.

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Hannah Powe

Livestock writer

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