Glenlea's $15,000 Charolais tops nation for the third year in a row

Simon Chamberlain
Updated December 15 2023 - 12:12pm, first published December 13 2023 - 2:00pm
Glenlea principal Roderick Binney with Glenlea Nolana 152nd (P) which sold for $15,000. Picture supplied by Glenlea Beef.
Glenlea principal Roderick Binney with Glenlea Nolana 152nd (P) which sold for $15,000. Picture supplied by Glenlea Beef.

Casino-based Glenlea Beef's Bricks and Mortar Charolais female sale was another success for the program, selling the highest-priced Charolais female in Australia for the third year.

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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