Bull Sale Report Archive
Consistency throughout the entire Millah Murrah Angus sale draft was praised by buyers across the country last Thursday, resulting in the Thompson family achieving a new Australian Angus record average of $20,384.
Bathurst-Based stud Millah Murrah Angus broke two of their own national records during their 31st on-property sale last Thursday, including the national Angus auction price for a bull with a $160,000 bid.
Any pre-sale expectations were blown away at the 30th annual Millah Murrah Angus bull sale held at Goonamurrah, the Bathurst property of the Thompson family.
A buying raid from Queensland commercial breeders bolstered prices at the Millah Murrah Angus bull sale last Thursday, which helped to produce a breed record price of $50,000 for a yearling bull.
A new benchmark was set for on-property bull sales at last week’s Millah Murrah Angus sale, held by the Thompson family of Bathurst. Their sale venue at “Goonamurrah” was packed.
Records tumbled at last Thursday’s Millah Murrah Angus bull sale at Bathurst where the top-priced bull hit a massive $150,000 and the whole draft of 105 bulls averaged $14,876.
Buyers with a renewed confidence in the season and beef industry were active at the annual Millah Murrah Angus bull sale last Thursday, with a 100% clearance of 95 bulls selling to a high of $70,000.
After averaging $7960 for 112 females in April, five months later the stud outstripped the highest Angus bull sale average to date this spring selling season by more than $1500.