Invited studs to also sell at this sale were Southern Cross, Donrinda and Double C. The sale offered 29 bulls with 19 selling to a top of $12,000 and averaging $4,658 and 4 stud females with 3 selling to a top of $2,000.
Baroma Downs stud sold 7 bulls. An equal top of $7,500 for Lot 1 Baroma Downs Marshall (34months, 940kg, EMA 134) sold to the Galloway Family, Ascot Neimen Brafords and Lot 24 Baroma Downs herd bull ( 30 months,846kg,EMA 125) sold to Glen Neill of Wilgalong Partnership. The Bennett Family, Little Valley Braford Stud paid $2,000 for the top priced stud heifer in Lot 33 Baroma Downs 225Maggie preg tested in calf to Carinya Nicholas. 9 commercial heifers were also sold on the day.
Donrinda and Double C Braford Studs belonging to the Chad family Dubbo, sold 6 bulls. Al & ED Uebergang paid $5000 for Lot 17 Donrinda G050 ( 25 months, 642kg, EMA 103), while David Wellwood paid $4,500 for Lot 12 Double C Orlando (19 months,732kg, EMA 119).
Southern Cross Braford Stud belonging to the Bowen Family Binnaway sold 6 bulls. Sale topper Lot 7 Southern Cross Ferrero (35 months 1020kg, EMA 132, IMF 6.3) was sold to the Galloway Family, Ascot Neimen Brafords. Lot 21 Southern Cross Furnace (35 months,1025 kg, EMA 136) was second top price at $9000 and was sold to Jack Meek, Cargara Cattle Company.
Bulk buyers on the day were AL & ED Uebergang 10 head, Little Valley Stud 4 head, Wilgalong Partnership 3 head and Ascot Neimen, Burnett Enterprises and BRS & BM Basham all purchasing 2 head.
The 4 stud vendors would like to thank all people who attended the sale, the buyers, under bidders and the many hands who made for a successful day. Selling agents were Elders Goondiwindi.
Top priced bull $12,000 Lot 7 Southern Cross Ferrero, with vendors Sharon and Ray Bowen and purchaser Jill Galloway Ascot Neimen Brafords.