Solid bull sales at Turihaua

SOLID SALE: Pictured with bull number 13, which sold for $8000 to Mutuera Station, is Turihaua Angus Stud master Paul Williams. Selling the bulls from left are PGG Wrightson’s Steve Goldsbury, Mr Clark and PGG Wrightson’s Bruce Orr. A full sale report will be in Saturday’s Focus on the Land. Picture by Paul Rickard

TURIHAUA Angus Stud had a complete clearance of its 28 young yearling bulls for an average of $6614 yesterday, almost $2000 better than last year’s average of $4707.

Auctioneer Neville Clark from EJ Gordon Livestock said there was something for everyone with prices ranging from $3500 to $9500.

Mr Clark said the bulls were looking great and the district was in for a “marvellous season once the big orange ball showed up.”

Buyers from all over the North Island were in the crowd. The sale got off to a cracking start when the first bull sold for $8500. The last bull of the sale took the top money of $9500.

TURIHAUA Angus Stud had a complete clearance of its 28 young yearling bulls for an average of $6614 yesterday, almost $2000 better than last year’s average of $4707.

Auctioneer Neville Clark from EJ Gordon Livestock said there was something for everyone with prices ranging from $3500 to $9500.

Mr Clark said the bulls were looking great and the district was in for a “marvellous season once the big orange ball showed up.”

Buyers from all over the North Island were in the crowd. The sale got off to a cracking start when the first bull sold for $8500. The last bull of the sale took the top money of $9500.

Your email address will not be published. Comments will display after being approved by a staff member. Comments may be edited for clarity.