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$96,000 Australian herd bull record price set for Grey Brahman

Jon Condon, February 2, 2016

Australian record HB

 

GEORGETOWN (North Queensland) stud and commercial Brahman breeders Brian and Cindy Hughes paid an Australian herd bull record price of $96,000 for an unregistered Grey Brahman bull this morning, during the second day of the Big Country Brahman Sale in Charters Towers.

The price may be a world record for an unregistered herd bull of any breed.

The 37-month old Kenilworth 4899 was bred and sold by Kelvin Maloney, Kenilworth Brahman Stud, Mt Coolon.

The natural Poll was sired by Lancefield D Don Deablo 4700 (Sc), but no dam was identified in the catalogue.

Against a background of all-time record prices for live export cattle in North Queensland and fever-pitch loading activity this week through the nearby Port of Townsville, a total of 213 bulls sold at the Big Country sale over two days grossed 1.636 million to return an excellent average of $7680.

More details on the record-setter as they come to hand.

 

  • See Beef Central’s recent report, documenting beef cattle breed records for registered cattle sold at auction.

 

 

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  1. Priscilla Rowlands, February 13, 2016

    I have bought 6 bulls from Kenilworth. Only small numbers of cattle but we have been getting over90% poll calves over horned cows for 2 years. Yes ,they were aware of what they were buying.

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