Live updates from the Palgrove sale

Live updates from the 2020 Palgrove Charolais and Ultrablack sale

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Bidding was strong at the 2019 Palgrove sale and this year looks set to follow suit. Picture: Helen Walker

Bidding was strong at the 2019 Palgrove sale and this year looks set to follow suit. Picture: Helen Walker

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Palgrove are set to offer 102 Charolais bulls and 60 Ultrablack sires from 12pm.

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Leading seedstock producers David and Prue Bondfield are set to offer 102 Charolais bulls and 60 Ultrablack sires on-property today at Strathgarve, Dalveen.

Despite tough seasonal conditions on a number of their properties, paddock sales throughout 2020 have been solid, setting the scene for spirited bidding from 12pm.

Palgrove Pastoral Company took out the RNA's Paddock to Palate 100 day HGP treated grain-fed export challenge for the third year running as well as the 100 day HGP free grain-fed challenge.

In 2019, the sale topped at $38,000 when Palgrove Necessity was bought by Bill Allison, Broadlands, McKinlay. A total of 82 Charolais bulls sold to average $10,122 and the Ultrablack portion of the sale averaged $6621 last year.

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The story Live updates from the Palgrove sale first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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