Futurity Shorthorns and Temana Charolais achieve overall perfect clearance, $15,744 average and $42,000 top at 2021 sale

Billy Jupp
Updated September 1 2021 - 11:40am, first published August 26 2021 - 9:00pm
Temana Charolais stud principals Kylie, Rylie and Jason Catts, Maylene and Terry Griffin, auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay, Elders, Inverell, with the top price Charolais bull which was purchased by Keddstock Pty Ltd, Yuleba, Queensland for $42,000. Photo: Billy Jupp
Temana Charolais stud principals Kylie, Rylie and Jason Catts, Maylene and Terry Griffin, auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay, Elders, Inverell, with the top price Charolais bull which was purchased by Keddstock Pty Ltd, Yuleba, Queensland for $42,000. Photo: Billy Jupp

THERE was plenty of reasons for the Catts family to celebrate after its annual Futurity Shorthorns and Temana Charolais bull sale on Thursday afternoon.

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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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