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2017 Bull Sale Preview

Millah Murrah Sales

Next Bull Sale

The next Millah Murrah Bull sale will be held on Thursday September 7th 2017 at 1pm.

130 bulls will be catalogued for sale.

Click here to watch a video of the bulls.

Click here to see a flyer about the bulls.

Click here to request a catalogue.

Click here to access the Angus Society online catalogue.

Next Cow Sale

The next Millah Murrah Female sale will be held on Tuesday, October 19th, at 11am

Well over 200 breeding age females will be catalogued for sale. It will be our most comprehensive female sale ever and will feature sectional dispersals of the entire L drop and Autumn born M drop females. These magnificent siblings to our record average priced bulls of 2015 & 2016, will sell alongside a wonderful selection of mature females, including many donor cows. Extensive ET work allows us to offer access to the very heart of our herd. Full details will be available late September.

 

Recent Sale Results

2016 Bull Sale

History was made at the 2016 Bull sale where 109 bulls sold to average $16,349 to set a new national record for all breeds, click here for a full report and click here for the 2016 Bull Sale Highlights video.

Read The Land article here.

The Land

2015 Bull Sale

The 2015 on-property sale was held on Thursday 3rd September 2015 where 105 bulls were offered achieving a 100% clearance.

A new Australian record was set by Lot 4, Millah Murrah Kingdom K35, who sold for $150,000. Lot 12, Millah Murrah Klooney K42 fetched $80,000, selling for the 5th highest price in breed history.

The sale set a new all breeds Australian record average price of $14,876.

Check out the sale highlights video or read the full report from The Land.

$150,000 record
New Price Leader

 

Last Stud Female Sale

The last stud female sale was held on April 24th, 2013 where a 100% clearance resulted in an all breeds Australian record average price of $7960.

Of the 112 lots offered, 61 cows & calves sold to a top of $28,000 to average $8943, while 51 dry cows sold to $24,000 to average $6784 with the combined average being $7960.

Watch the sale video for highlights and read The Land report available here.