The New Dimension Sale at Bell was an outstanding success, taking into account the current market and seasonal conditions. Those who attended the pre-sale social gathering on Friday night were entertained by Australian country music legend Lee Kernigan.
In the Bull section, the top price of $18,000 was achieved with lot 2, Carinya Cormack, bred by the Amor families at Carinya Braford stud in Dulacca. It was purchased by the Robson family of Morven. The second top price was $10,000 for lot 20, Carinya Bondi, which also sold to the Robson family in Morven.
In the female section, the top price was achieved by lot 66, Sunny Lawn Lady Beth 1543, offered by the Pacholke families at Sunny Lawn Braford Stud in Clifton. It was purchased by Lewis Cammack of Camdun Farms, Mt. Kilcoy.
The sale was opened by Warren Wilson of Taroela Braford Stud in Mitchell. At the start of the sale, the Donovan Family was presented with a plaque for achieving 50 years of Braford Stud breeding.
The New Dimension Sale Committee would like to thank all those who attended, purchased, sponsored, and helped organise the sale. We are looking forward to 2024, which will be the 20th-anniversary sale.
Image shown is of Sunny Lawn Lady Beth 1543 (P), the top priced female.