2011 Bull Sale Report

The 2011 Dulverton Angus Bull Sale  conducted at Shannon Vale Station Glen Innes, realised two milestones for Greg and Sally;
  1. The celebration of 30 years of breeding registered Angus.
  2. The 10th annual on property Angus sale at Shannon Vale.
The crowd was obviously bolstered by a better than usual late July day in Glen Innes and 74 registered to bid. Exactly half (37) of the registered bidders were successful purchasers of a Dulverton ‘E’ bull.
Nineteen of the 37 individual purchasers were local Glen Innes district beef producers, with 6 of these being new clients and 13 repeat clients.
New Local Clients included:
Client
Lot
Price
John & Denise Williamson
1
15
$10,000
$  7,000
Andrew & Fiona McIntosh
20
57
$  9,000
$  4,500
Roley & David Green
2
$  9,000
Rodney Potter
12
$  6,500
Dan McAlary
11
$  5,500
Kym & Bev Cheers
45
$  5,500
Repeat Local Clients included;
Client
Lot
Price
Gordon & Sally Wollen
10
$9,500
Andrew & Caroline Say
5
$9,500
Michael & Kay Patterson
28
48
$6,000
$6,000
Geoffrey & Pauline Smith
39
$6,500
The above listed were all supporters of the
Dulverton Genetics Female Sale
held in March 2011
Pyeworth
7
63
70
$4,000
$6,500
$5,000
Paddy Quilty
16
31
$8,000
$9,000
Peter, Juile & Janet Donnelly
4
8
$8,500
$8,000
Max & Michelle Johnston
3
$6,500
Craig & Theresa Klingner
52
$5,500
Robert & Judy Miller
41
$6,000
Eric Newsome
38
$8,000
Peter & Ros Alexander
22
$5,500
David & Robyn Thomas
62
$4,500
Eighteen of the 37 successful purchasers were from outside the local district with only one purchaser from Queensland. Ten of the ‘outsiders’ were new clients and eight were repeat purchasers.
New clients from away included;
Client
Lot
Price
Romani Pastoral Company
9
40
44
49
60
61
68
$  4,000
$  5,500
$  5,500
$  4,500
$  3,500
$  5,000
$  4,000
Wilmot Cattle Company
6
13
27
29
51
54
$  6,500
$  7,000
$  5,500
$  4,000
$  7,500
$  8,500
Branga Partnership
14
30
43
58
$  6,500
$  7,500
$  6,500
$  8,500
Stoner Family
18
23
$  8,000
$  7,500
Tindaroo Partnership
25
56
$  4,000
$  4,500
Rodglen Pty Ltd
69
$10,000
Rainville Rural
24
$  8,500
Graham Chevalley
50
$  6,000
Charles Koebel
53
$  6,000
Geoffery & Alison Maynard
33
$15,500
Repeat Clients from Away included;
Client
Lot
Price
Plumthorpe Pastoral Company
37
47
55
59
64
$  7,000
$  7,000
$  6,500
$  8,000
$  7,500
Kilburnie Cattle Company
35
36
42
65
$  7,500
$  5,500
$  7,000
$  6,000
Mr & Mrs P Reardon
19
$10,000
Mrs & Mrs P Nankivell
21
$  7,000
Harold McLean
17
$  6,500
Mr & Mrs Hawdon
34
$  5,500
Locksley Pastoral Company
67
$  4,500
Mr & Mrs A Martin
46
$  4,000
The Hawdon family plus Locksley Pastoral Company were supporters of the Dulverton Genetics Female Sale held in March 2011.
Wilmot Grazing and Tindaroo Partnership were successful purchasers of PTIC females at the Dulverton Genetics Female Sale.
Sale Results
67 bulls were offered for total clearance resulting in an average of $6,709. The top price bull was Lot 33 a son of Dulverton Cracker C21 (purchased by Phillip Reardon at the 2009 Dulverton Bull Sale), Lot 33 was purchased by Geoffrey and Alison Maynard for $15,500, the Maynard’s plan to use Lot 33 in their Senegus progam.
Summary by Sire
Sire
Number of Sons
Average Price
Dulverton Blaster B111
26
$7,173
Dulverton Cracker C21
4
$8,000
Dulverton Bonza B58
4
$4,875
Five Star Zeus Z51
6
$6,083
Mohnen Dynamite
5
$6,900
Nicholls Extra K205
16
$6,625
Fertile Valley Farms The King
6
$5,000
It’s great to see the performance of the homebred sire Dulverton Blaster B111, such performance further endorses the fact that there are plenty of Australian bred bulls worthy of being sampled and used in Aussie herds.
The principals of Dulverton Greg and Sally would like to thank all successful purchasers of Dulverton ‘E’ bulls and trust they will live up to expectations. To those unsuccessful underbidders thanks also for your support.
Successful bull sales are the result of many hours of work by many people. Greg and Sally would like to acknowledge the selling agents Colin Say & Co for their professionalism and attention to detail. Fiona Smith, Hoofprint Catalogues, has acquitted herself magnificently in setting out the catalogue and Margaretta Travers continues to do a sterling job with both the photography and set up of the website.
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