Glenlea Beef buys top-priced bull for $24,000

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Updated July 4 2022 - 11:22pm, first published March 21 2022 - 8:30am
TOP PRICE: Nutrien stud stock agent Peter Godbolt, Roderick Binny, Glenlea Beef, Coffs Harbour, who bought the top-priced bull, Challambi Rover, for $24,000, and vendor Nigel Spink, Challambi Charolais, Tooma, NSW.
TOP PRICE: Nutrien stud stock agent Peter Godbolt, Roderick Binny, Glenlea Beef, Coffs Harbour, who bought the top-priced bull, Challambi Rover, for $24,000, and vendor Nigel Spink, Challambi Charolais, Tooma, NSW.

*15 of 40 bulls sold to $24,000, av $7300

*Total clearance of six females sold to $6500, av $4583

THE top buyer at this year's Southern Charolais Breeders Group Sale at Yea, Vic, has praised the impressive pedigree of his bull purchase after paying $24,000 for Challambi Rover.

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Philippe Perez

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Philippe is a journalist for Australian Community Media's Stock & Land. He is based in Ballarat and covers all aspects of Victoria's farming community and industry. To get in contact, email philippe.perez@stockandland.com.au

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