Second annual Mala-Daki Simmentals and Caloona Charolais sale reaches $14,000 top and both studs finish with $7533 and $7133 averages

Billy Jupp
Updated August 9 2021 - 3:59pm, first published August 5 2021 - 6:00pm
Virbac Hunter and North West Slopes regional sales manger Andrew Mulligan, stock agent Chris Paterson, Tamworth, Mala-Daki stud principals Jason and Jacqueline Impey and auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay, Elders, Inverell, with the top-selling Simmental bull. Photo: Billy Jupp
Virbac Hunter and North West Slopes regional sales manger Andrew Mulligan, stock agent Chris Paterson, Tamworth, Mala-Daki stud principals Jason and Jacqueline Impey and auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay, Elders, Inverell, with the top-selling Simmental bull. Photo: Billy Jupp

INTEREST from across the state and beyond has helped Mala-Daki Simmentals and Caloona Charolais reach new stud records on Thursday.

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Billy Jupp

Billy Jupp

Senior Livestock Journalist

Billy is a Senior Livestock Journalist for the Queensland Country Life based in Toowoomba. He has worked for a variety of different ACM mastheads during the past five years including the Namoi Valley Independent, Northern Daily Leader and The Land.

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