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Wow, what a day, what a result. The sun shone, the bulls were relaxed, the cars rolled in, and the record crumbled.

Catching the interest of many nationally and internationally LOT 3 Futurity Rapid Gain entered the ring to a flurry of bids to achieve the record-breaking price for a shorthorn bull of $85,000. He was purchased by the Ham Family of Tataila Shorthorns, Moama.

The second top priced bull was LOT 32 Futurity Riverina for $46,000 by Carlton Shorthorns, Hahndorf South Australia. Riverina was used last year in our young sires’ program on heifers, and we are very pleased with is progeny.

The smokey roan young sire, LOT 30 Futurity Rib Eye caught many an eye, but no one could outbid Howard Williams of Marrington Shorthorns, Narromine to secure him for $40,000. International NZ  right in Futurity Rib Eye has been secured by Long View Shorthorns, Bay of Islands, NZ.

A yearling charolais bull LOT 73 Futurity Sirloin was secured for the highest price charolais for  $20,000, by Simon Thompson of Bundella Station. 

Temana Futurity Reputation LOT 85 was snapped up for $17,000 by long term Charolais breeders the Jenkins Family of Violet Hills Charolais, Rydal.

We would like to sincerely thank all who have supported us especially the bidders and under- bidders. It is appreciated to be rewarded, as we have, but it is humbling to receive many kind words and support from those who have followed our journey. With 89% repeat buyers, we are fortunate to work with many likeminded beef producers who we share the love of breeding and producing a quality product.

  • Top Price Shorthorn – $85,000 LOT 3 Futurity Rapid Gain
  • Top Price Charolais - $20,000 LOT 73 Futurity Sirloin
  • 2 Yr. Shorthorns Ave. - $20,183
  • Yearling Shorthorn Ave. - $18,583
  • 2 Yr. Charolais Ave.  – $9,730
  • Yearling Charolais Ave. -$12,416

Thanks, and appreciation is also extended to the team Tom, Kim, Lochie, Riley and Jess who help make it all happen, not only on the day but year-round. We are lucky to have the support of family, neighbours, and friends. Special mentions of thanks to the back yard crew Fatty, Adrian, Will, Jeff, Phil, and Lane. Also, thanks to the Ladies who provide endless trays of delicious morning tea and cooked the Thousand Guineas steak to perfection, Josie, Narelle, and Kim.

Thanks to Elders Gunnedah and Elders Stud Stock for conducting the Sale and Lincoln McKinlay for auctioneering.



Jason, Kylie, Riley & Jess

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