Above: Barana stud principal Peter Cook and buyers David Wirth and Nick Cave, “Glengarry”, Glen Elgin, with the top-priced bull, Barana Latimer, who sold for $13,000 in the stud's 16 annual on-property sale. STRONG bidding from commercial producers in four states pushed bulls to a top of $13,000 at the 16th annual Barana Simmental on-property sale at "Barana" Coolah on Monday. Thirty one of 36 bulls offered sold for a clearance of 86 per cent and an average of $6,209. Bulls a
"BULLS at Barana Simmentals annual on-property sale reached a high of $17,500 yesterday. The sale, held at Peter and Charmaine Cook's Coolah property, was attended by both new and repeat clients from across NSW with enquiry also coming from Queensland. Topping the sale was Barana Emotion PTC E 059 son, Barana Juryman.Noel Mobbs and family, Gold Park Simmentals, Gowrie Pastoral, Charleville was the top price buyer with Elders agent Josh Crosby, Dubbo purchasing the sire on the
Top price bull Barana Gulliver G207 pictured By Rebecca Sharpe The Land QUEENSLAND buyers were a strong force at Barana Simmental stud’s 13th annual on-property sale last Friday, where bulls reached a top of $9000 twice. Stud principals Peter and Charmaine Cook, Coolah, offered 42 bulls of which 38 sold for an average of $5144 and a 90 per cent clearance. A selection of joined and unjoined heifers were also up for grabs, with nine selling from 12 offered, to top at $4000 and
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