Have we listed your Spring 2022 bull sale details?

Jon Condon, 14/06/2022


BEEF Central is starting to compile its 2022 Spring bull sales calendar, featuring seedstock sales fixtures nationwide across all major beef breeds being held from now until the end of November.

Data will be compiled from breed society records and numerous other sources, but it might pay for stud managers and sale administrators to check the current directory page in early July via this link (click here to access), to make sure their sale is included, and the information is correct. The list will include some 180 spring bull sales over the next five months, from the Kimberley to Launceston.

Thanks to those people who have already supplied details, but please wait until the end of June to check entries or make further submissions, as data collection takes considerable time. If details for your autumn sale need updating or do not yet show up on the directory page by the end of June, please use this advice panel to send us information to update our database.

Upcoming bull sales listed on Beef Central are fully searchable by breed, region, date-range and stud name. The facility provides a handy reference tool for prospective bull buyers and those keen to follow the seedstock industry’s fortunes.


Are you promoting your 2022 Spring bull sale?

In the meantime, remaining advertising slots are rapidly filling for bull breeders planning to advertise on the Beef Central website and email alert platforms in the lead-up to their 2022 Spring sales. Spaces are often fully-subscribed for periods during the height of the selling season. This is a highly-targeted, highly-engaged national beef industry audience.

Contact Beef Central’s advertising manager Sally Inslay soon if you are planning to promote your sale in coming weeks and months. Click here to send an email, or phone 0419 471 578.












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