High marble score Wagyu makes $75,000

Simon Chamberlain
Updated September 11 2023 - 8:56am, first published September 7 2023 - 5:31pm
John Sylvester, Wombramurra Station, Nundle, one of the three shareholders that bought the $75,000 top-priced bull at Trent Bridge Wagyu sale. Picture by Simon Chamberlain
John Sylvester, Wombramurra Station, Nundle, one of the three shareholders that bought the $75,000 top-priced bull at Trent Bridge Wagyu sale. Picture by Simon Chamberlain

A half-brother of a Wagyu female that was the highest marble score animal to be put to market in Australia has topped the inaugural Trent Bridge sale at Aberfoyle, east of Guyra.

Simon Chamberlain

I have comprehensive experience in rural and regional journalism, as well as more than six years as a media officer for several politicians and worked in local government. I rejoined The Land in May 2022 and have loved being back in harness, reporting on a massive range of topics.

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