Wakefield Charolais averages $12052; Angus cohort average $11,312

JB
Updated September 7 2021 - 9:27pm, first published September 1 2021 - 8:00pm
Second top-priced Wakefield Record Time, $17,000 and Wakefield Real McCoy, $14,000, with Mitch Donovan Stock and Station, Grafton, Tom Piddington, Armitage and Buckley, Armidale, stud principals Greg and Jenny Frizell, auctioneer Innes Fahey, Kevin Cocciola, Ian Weir and Son Lismore.
Second top-priced Wakefield Record Time, $17,000 and Wakefield Real McCoy, $14,000, with Mitch Donovan Stock and Station, Grafton, Tom Piddington, Armitage and Buckley, Armidale, stud principals Greg and Jenny Frizell, auctioneer Innes Fahey, Kevin Cocciola, Ian Weir and Son Lismore.

Wakefield at Wollomombi sold Charolais bulls to a top of $22,000 and Angus to $15,000, with all 38 Euro sires knocked down to average $12,052 while the Angus cohort - all 16 bulls sold - averaged $11,312.

Subscribe now for unlimited access to all our agricultural news across the nation

$0/

(min cost $0)

or signup to continue reading

See subscription options
JB

Jamie Brown

North Coast reporter

Get the latest NSW news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.