Genetics

Introducing Beef Central’s exclusive national bull sales summaries

Jon Condon, 19/07/2016

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AN important new feature added to Beef Central’s recently-launched genetics section today is our comprehensive summaries of upcoming bull sales and recently-completed sales across Australia.

These fully-searchable lists are a valuable nationwide reference-point for upcoming and recently completed stud and herd bull sales information. The presentation is designed to assist bull buyers making decisions about upcoming purchases, and all industry stakeholders interested in following outcomes from recent sales.

An important feature worth noting is that both lists are fully-searchable, using a series of filters by breed, region, time-frame and specific stud prefixes of interest to readers. Over time, the list will grow into a valuable statistical resource, allowing comparisons from year-to-year.

  • Click here to access Upcoming Bull Sales table
  • Click here to access Recently Completed Spring Bull Sales table

Upcoming sales data is provided by respective breed societies and individual studs themselves. Additional entries, or changes to existing ones (postponements in the event of rain, for example) can be submitted using a simple form accessible on the page.

Content for the recently completed stud and herd bull fixtures list is sourced from participating agents, breed societies and individual stud breeders themselves.

Content for both pages is updated weekly, and distributed to Beef Central subscribers via an email alert each Tuesday evening. Click here to become a free subscriber to receive our weekly Genetics Central email alert.

Genetics Central will appear on the Beef Central website throughout the current spring bull selling season, and will re-appear for the autumn bull selling season starting early in 2017.

 

For inquiries or comments about this page, contact geoff@beefcentral.com

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