Sarah Wrigley

Moogenilla makes its mark

Bulls at the Moogenilla sale went to many repeat clients from the Lachlan Shire; Tottenham, Tullibigeal, Condobolin, Mount Hope and Euabalong. Cont.

The seventh annual Moogenilla Bull Auction to be held at Forbes Livestock Exchange took place last Friday.

The results on the day reflected the strong beef market, with a 100 per cent clearance and an average up a little on 2015, the highest average in the seven years of Moogenilla auctions.

Bulls went to many repeat clients from the Lachlan Shire; Tottenham, Tullibigeal, Condobolin, Mount Hope and Euabalong.

Bulls also went to Wanganella in the South West, Ivanhoe in the West, Orange and Bathurst, Parkes and Forbes, Cowra and through to Adelong and Gundagai in the Eastern Riverina.

The top price bull, Moogenilla K35, went to Brett Jones from Parkes, a new client for Moogenilla Angus. K35 is a Carabar Docklands son with exceptional calving ease EBVs.

Sarah Wrigley, Moogenilla Angus would like to thank all the bull clients who supported the sale and wishes them the best with the upcoming Spring season.

She said she was really pleased to achieve another 100 per cent clearance on the bulls, keeping the record of full clearance intact for all seven of the Moogenilla auctions held in Forbes since 2010.

“The average price was only $400 up on last year, helping us to achieve our goal of supplying world class Angus genetics to commercial beef producers at viable prices,” Sarah explained.

“We are happy to keep our bulls relatively affordable and keep our clients with us for the long term.” Contributed

 

Moogenilla Bull Sale 5th August

Following a hugely successful sale last year Moogenilla will present 50 breedplan recorded quality bulls at the Forbes Livestock Exchange on the 5th August this year

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