Bull Proceeds support MND

Sal and I offer LOT 24, Dulverton Lombard L78 from this years 2017 Angus Sale to support Professor Dominic Rowe and his research team at Macquarie University in their determined quest to solve the cause and find the cure for MND.

Why MND?

Our long time “banker” and friend for 40 years Graham Yeo was unfortunately struck down by this insidious disease about 5 years ago. We feel indebted to “Yeoy” for not only his banking support over the years but also his and Helen’s interest in our business, they’ve been with us during the highs and lows and we know Yeoy has had similar relationships with a majority of his clients. Well done Yeoy, you and Helen are great mates.


We’ve made a couple of similar donations in 2016 & 2015, this year the bull we have chosen is a FRANKEL son from a super Diana Cow (338, Texas T15, Valour V2 and Rockn D’Ambush). Dulverton Lombard L78 is very sound, his feet are equal to that of the best in the sale, his capacity do ability and muscling are well above the average, his skin is soft and pliable, his hair is slick and he measures 41cm for scrotal. Frankel is the number 1 bull in his cohort group (Young Angus Benchmark Program) for Feed Efficiency he is number 5 for marbling and number 6 for EMA (both carcase measurements, note we do get paid for the carcase measured traits).

Dulverton Lombard L78 will receive our normal free delivery plus guarantee.


Yeoy we do look forward one day to the medical research community identifying the cause and so finding a lasting cure/prevention to such a debilitating disease. Good luck to you and Helen may you derive heaps of pleasure from your family, particularly those Grandchildren, your rugby bit worried about the Wallabies but Pirates appear as strong as ever. The horses well of course the Sky’s the limit perhaps the Golden Slipper (Declaration of War X Helsey Filly) an OAKS (Cuban Sizzle or Thinkin’ So).

It would be re-miss of us not to mention Daryl Bath. Daryl has been struck down by the same disease at about the same time as Yeoy. Bathy too has been a long acquaintance of ours sharing common interests with pirates and now “the fillies”.

Good Luck Graham, Helen, Daryl & Deb

L-R Daryl Bath, Professor Dominic Rowe, Helen Yeo, Deb Bath, Graham Yeo seated
Professor Dominic Rowe, Macquarie University
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