Bullish prices at Brunswick sale

Jacinta CantatoreHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Ashley Muir with his grandson Kade Eames and Sylvia Patterson from Bullock Hills Simmental in Woodanilling inspect some of the 17 studs they included in the sale.
Camera IconAshley Muir with his grandson Kade Eames and Sylvia Patterson from Bullock Hills Simmental in Woodanilling inspect some of the 17 studs they included in the sale. Credit: Harvey Reporter

From a total yard of 123 bulls, 74 were sold for an average price of $5239.86 per head at the Supreme Bull Sale in Brunswick on Wednesday.

The total sale value of the day was $387,750

Rob and Heather Francis from Yallaroo Hereford Stud took the top price for the day for Yallaroo Neptune at $18,000.

Elders South West area manager Ross Lavington praised one of the organisers of the event with improved flow on the day.

“The new penning layout initiated by Rodney Galati improved efficiency in handling the bulls,” Mr Lavington said.

123 bulls were listed for the 2019 Supreme Bull Sale in Brunswick.
Camera Icon123 bulls were listed for the 2019 Supreme Bull Sale in Brunswick. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Hereford bull Yallaroo Nikon on display at the Alan Evans cattle selling complex in Brunswick.
Camera IconHereford bull Yallaroo Nikon on display at the Alan Evans cattle selling complex in Brunswick. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Ashley Muir with his grandson Kade Eames and Sylvia Patterson from Bullock Hills Simmental in Woodanilling inspect some of the 17 studs they included in the sale.
Camera IconAshley Muir with his grandson Kade Eames and Sylvia Patterson from Bullock Hills Simmental in Woodanilling inspect some of the 17 studs they included in the sale. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Chris Ainsworth and Andrew and John Lynn, from Eskdale stud in Cunderdin, stay cool in the stalls with some of their Herefords.
Camera IconChris Ainsworth and Andrew and John Lynn, from Eskdale stud in Cunderdin, stay cool in the stalls with some of their Herefords. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Ventron Livestock seller Harris Thompson, of Boyup Brook, and Michael Mamo, of Benger, stay cool in the shade.
Camera IconVentron Livestock seller Harris Thompson, of Boyup Brook, and Michael Mamo, of Benger, stay cool in the shade. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Elders stock hands Brooke Nye, Trevor Scott and Sammy Adams share a joke with stock agent John Hynes and Elders South West area manager Ross Lavington.
Camera IconElders stock hands Brooke Nye, Trevor Scott and Sammy Adams share a joke with stock agent John Hynes and Elders South West area manager Ross Lavington. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Ida Noordermeer, Irene Pierce and Liz Bradshaw, from the Brunswick CRC, keep everyone at the sale fed and watered.
Camera IconIda Noordermeer, Irene Pierce and Liz Bradshaw, from the Brunswick CRC, keep everyone at the sale fed and watered. Credit: Harvey Reporter
Elaine Briggs and John Fry from the Brunswick CRC serve up some cold refreshments to Cynthia Houlihan, of Kenwick, and Desrae Lee Steere, of Boyup Brook.
Camera IconElaine Briggs and John Fry from the Brunswick CRC serve up some cold refreshments to Cynthia Houlihan, of Kenwick, and Desrae Lee Steere, of Boyup Brook. Credit: Harvey Reporter

“The Elders staff did a great job behind the scenes and in the yards keeping the bulls moving up to the sale ring.”

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