Next Bull Sale
Our next bull sale will be on September 2nd 2021.
There will be a 50% year on year increase in the number of bulls offered, with 120 presented for sale.
The headline group are the 1st sons from the $160,000 Australian record priced Angus bull Paratrooper P15. Other feature sire groups will come from the $54,000 all breeds record priced yearling bull, Nugget N266 & the $40,000 contracted AI sires Marlon Brando M304 & Nectar N334. They will be joined by the 1st sons of MM Milestone M308 & Landfall Nobleman N106 as well as sons from the Spickler Ranch (USA) sires Chisum & Powerpoint and the perennial Millah Murrah favourites Klooney, Kruse Time & Loch Up.
Next Cow Sale
Female sales are held approximately every four years, our most recent sale was on October 19th 2017.
Embryos are available now by private treaty contact us.
Lincoln Q17: Purchased by Will Couch at Peterborough, VIC, for $40,000
Chisum Q2: purchased by Coffin Creek Angus at Mudgee for $24,000
Loch Up P137: purchased by Damien Alcock at Bombala for $30,000
Kruse Time Q79: purchased by JS Grazing at Injune for $42,000
Chisum Q33: purchased by Graham Hammond at Bombala for $40,000
2020 Bull Sale
The 2020 bull sale averaged $20,384, a new national breed record, surpassing our 2019 figure of $17,261. It was the highest average of all breeds for 2020. The high seller was Quixote Q96 who sold to a syndicate including ABS Australia for $60,000. The full report can be found here.
2019 Bull Sale
The 2019 Bull Sale averaged $17,261, a new national breed record surpassing our 2016 figure of $16,348. The star performer was Millah Murrah Paratrooper P15 with a national Angus auction price record for a bull at $160,000. The full report can be found here and the sale highlights video here.
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.
2013 Female Sale
At our Stud female sale on April 24th 2013, 100% clearance resulted in an all breeds 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.