Rangan Charolais hits $18,000 twice

Kate Loudon
Updated July 4 2022 - 11:21pm, first published March 22 2022 - 7:00pm
Equal top priced bull: Rangan Ashwood N22 R17 with Graeme Cook, Rangan Charolais, Wodonga, purchasers Kylie and Jason Catts, Futurity Shorthorns and Charolais, Baradine, and auctioneer Peter Godbolt, Nutrien Stud Stock, Wagga Wagga.
Photo: Supplied
Equal top priced bull: Rangan Ashwood N22 R17 with Graeme Cook, Rangan Charolais, Wodonga, purchasers Kylie and Jason Catts, Futurity Shorthorns and Charolais, Baradine, and auctioneer Peter Godbolt, Nutrien Stud Stock, Wagga Wagga. Photo: Supplied

Rangan Charolais bulls hit $18,000 twice for a 90 per cent clearance. Interest was spread across the eastern states with bulls being sold to Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia to produce an average of $8469 across the bulls

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Kate Loudon

Kate Loudon

Livestock Writer

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