Curracabark clears all bulls with stud record

Curracabark Angus and Hereford sell to stud record averages

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Top price Angus bull Curracabark Patterson P84 who sold for $22,000 with vendor Sandy Higgins, auctioneer Paul Dooley, new owners Robert and Bruce Mackenzie, Mackas Pastoral, Oakfield Park, Salt Ash, Vendor James Higgins, Bowe and Lidbury agent Rodney McDonald, Nutrien agent Chris Dobie and Jack Mackenzie, Mackas Pastoral, Oakfield Park, Salt Ash,

Top price Angus bull Curracabark Patterson P84 who sold for $22,000 with vendor Sandy Higgins, auctioneer Paul Dooley, new owners Robert and Bruce Mackenzie, Mackas Pastoral, Oakfield Park, Salt Ash, Vendor James Higgins, Bowe and Lidbury agent Rodney McDonald, Nutrien agent Chris Dobie and Jack Mackenzie, Mackas Pastoral, Oakfield Park, Salt Ash,

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Curracabark Angus and Hereford sell to a top of $22,000 with stud record averages

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The day was forecast for strong winds, but the only thing blown away was the stud records at the Curracabark 68th annual bull sale on Monday.

The seats were packed and bids came in thick and fast, with several bulls starting at $10,000.

The stud sold all 26 Angus bulls to a top price of $22,000 and a jaw dropping average of $11,615, making this the best sale average for the Angus breed in 2020.

Top price Poll Hereford bull Curracabark Phantom P163 who sold for $20,000 with vendor James Higgins, Purchaser Christine Rasmussen and father Peter Swatridge, Brangus Park, Nevertire, auctioneer Paul Dooley and Nutrien agent Chris Dobie.

Top price Poll Hereford bull Curracabark Phantom P163 who sold for $20,000 with vendor James Higgins, Purchaser Christine Rasmussen and father Peter Swatridge, Brangus Park, Nevertire, auctioneer Paul Dooley and Nutrien agent Chris Dobie.

The 19 Hereford bulls sold were not to be outdone with a top price of $20,000, three joint second top price of $18,000 and an average of $12,473 which may be the top Hereford price for 2020, to be confirmed.

Return buyer Robert Teague, Ellerston Station, Scone purchased the bulk of both the Hereford and Angus bulls taking home seven Angus bulls for a top of $15,000 and average of $11,572 .

Mr Teague also purchased eight Hereford bulls to a top of $18,000 twice and averaged $14,500 to complete his draft.

The sale was conducted by Nutrien Livestock, with Paul Dooley as auctioneer.

Read the full results in this weeks issue of The Land.

Vendor Sandy Higgins, Nutrien ag solutions agent Gavin Beard, auctionner Paul Dooley, bulk purchaser of both the Angus and Hereford bulls Robert Teague, Ellerston Station, Scone and vendor James Higgins.

Vendor Sandy Higgins, Nutrien ag solutions agent Gavin Beard, auctionner Paul Dooley, bulk purchaser of both the Angus and Hereford bulls Robert Teague, Ellerston Station, Scone and vendor James Higgins.

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