The 56th annual Herefords Australia National, Wodonga saw a huge crowd gather to watch the show and sale.
The show was judged by Erica Halliday, Ben Nevis Angus, Walcha, who gave Kymarney Maverick Q009 of Kymarney Herefords, Uranquinty the grand champion bull ribbon.
- Mawarra Hereford bull sells for $103,000, a new Wodonga record
- Wodonga store sale sees large lines and strong prices, steers attracting up to 670c/kg
- Rob and Anna Mulligan, Salway, Walcha, return to 100 per cent stock numbers in wake of drought | Photos
While, in the sale, Mawarra If Only Q264 from Mawarra Genetics, Longford, Vic broke the Hereford National Sale record when he sold for $103,000.
Overall there were 71 of 84 bulls sold for an 85 per cent clearance and $14,775 average.
The sale was held online, via AuctionsPlus, as a helmsman auction this year, with crowds gathered around big screens set up around the venue.
The day was topped off by a dinner held at Huon Hill, Wodonga.
- Full Hereford National report in this week's edition of The Land and Stock and Land.
Have you signed up to The Land's free daily newsletter? Register below to make sure you are up to date with everything that's important to NSW agriculture.