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Angus cattle in demand

YANCOWINNA Angus conducted its spring sale on Monday, October 9, welcoming plenty of new and repeat clients.
Bulls sold at an average of $4891.
With 30 bulls up for sale, 21 sold to farmers from Yinnar, Foster and Dalyston. A bull has also been sold privately since the spring sale.
All 30 heifers offered sold for an average of $1407.
“We were very happy with the turnout. The sale barn was completely full with clients,” Yancowinna Angus manager Rob Ewing said.
“We’re also very happy about how both the heifer and bull sale went.
“The bulls looked excellent and we’re very happy overall.”
Bulls are guaranteed by Yancowinna Angus and delivered to clients for free.

 

Successful sale: from left, manager of McRae Pastoral in Inverloch Carrick Parter, Glasser Total Sales Management head auctioneer Michael Glasser, Yancowinna Angus manager Rob Ewing and Landmark agent Jack Ginnane enjoyed the Yancowinna Angus spring sale held on Monday, October 9.

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