Smiles all around for the Hain family after a successful bull sale

Neville Clark, Stephen Goldsbury and Gemma Hain. Picture by Paul Rickard

The smiles in this picture say it all. On Tuesday, the Hain family at Pehiri got 25 of their rising two-year-old bulls away for a better average, and clearance rate, than last year.

Neville Clark kept the auction rolling nicely, supported by Steve Goldsbury in his last time in Hain Hereford’s auction box, and Gemma Hain had those boys of theirs well under control in the ring.

It was a good sale and augured well for the main event at the end of this month — Bull Week — when the Angus studs fire into action, followed by the other two Hereford line-ups.

The smiles in this picture say it all. On Tuesday, the Hain family at Pehiri got 25 of their rising two-year-old bulls away for a better average, and clearance rate, than last year.

Neville Clark kept the auction rolling nicely, supported by Steve Goldsbury in his last time in Hain Hereford’s auction box, and Gemma Hain had those boys of theirs well under control in the ring.

It was a good sale and augured well for the main event at the end of this month — Bull Week — when the Angus studs fire into action, followed by the other two Hereford line-ups.

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