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Solid online support a feature at annual Gilmandyke auction

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Updated August 29 2023 - 10:05am, first published August 24 2023 - 8:01pm
The top priced bull, at $45,000, Gilmandyke Pacific T265, with Annie Pumpa (representing buyers ABS Australia and Jim and Jackie Wedge, Ascot, Warwick, Qld); Todd Clements, Bowyer and Livermore; Gilmandyke's Henry Bateman; and (front) Gilmandyke's Peter McNamara; and Wade Peatman. Picture by Karen Bailey.
The top priced bull, at $45,000, Gilmandyke Pacific T265, with Annie Pumpa (representing buyers ABS Australia and Jim and Jackie Wedge, Ascot, Warwick, Qld); Todd Clements, Bowyer and Livermore; Gilmandyke's Henry Bateman; and (front) Gilmandyke's Peter McNamara; and Wade Peatman. Picture by Karen Bailey.

Angus bulls sold to a top of $45,000 during the Gilmandyke annual on-property spring sale at Kangaroobie near Orange last Thursday.

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Karen Bailey

Market analyst

Agricultural markets analyst and journalist for The Land newspaper. Former national cattle and lamb/sheep market analyst with Meat and Livestock Australia.

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