Brahman Week: Grey results

Grey bulls average $9084 at Brahman Week


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GREAT SCOTT: $115,000 bull Carinya Hazelwood, with vendor Mitch Kirk, Carinya, Gayndah, and purchasers Owen Scott, son Clay Scott, and daughter Emma Sewell, Ruan Grazing, Clermont. Photo - Kelly Butterworth.

GREAT SCOTT: $115,000 bull Carinya Hazelwood, with vendor Mitch Kirk, Carinya, Gayndah, and purchasers Owen Scott, son Clay Scott, and daughter Emma Sewell, Ruan Grazing, Clermont. Photo - Kelly Butterworth.

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The grey bulls have wrapped up for the 2017 Brahman Week - with a top of $115,000.

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BRAHMAN Week is well underway, with two of three days wrapped up.

The grey bulls finished after lunch today, with 460 bulls sold for an average of $9084, and a gross of $4,178,500. 

Top priced grey bull was Carinya Hazelwood, who sold for $115,000 to Owen Scott and family, Ruan Grazing, Clermont. 

Hazelwood, a 23-month-old bull, weighed 875kg, with an EMA of 132cm sq, and a scrotal circumference of 37cm. 

Second top priced grey bull was Carinya Hayden, who was purchased by Andrew and Anna McCamley, 2AM stud, Dingo, for $70,000. 

Hayden, a 23-month-old bull, tipped the scales at 905kg, with an EMA of 132cm sq, and a scrotal circumference of 41cm. 

Second top priced bull of the greys was lot 181, Carinya Hayden, who was purchased for $70,000 by Anna and Andrew McCamley, 2AM stud, Dingo, pictured with Carinya's Mitch Kirk (left). Photo - Kelly Butterworth.

Second top priced bull of the greys was lot 181, Carinya Hayden, who was purchased for $70,000 by Anna and Andrew McCamley, 2AM stud, Dingo, pictured with Carinya's Mitch Kirk (left). Photo - Kelly Butterworth.

The volume buyer of the greys was Battlin Pastoral, Mallpunyah Springs Station, Tennant Creek, who went home with 21 bulls grossing $86,500 for an average of $4119. 

The reds kicked off in style, with a top price of $70,000 so far.

Fern Hillls Theo 3136 sold to BJ and E Radel, Sandstone Park, Taroom, for $70,000.

Full reports to come. 

The story Brahman Week: Grey results first appeared on Queensland Country Life.

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