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Eastern Plains Angus annual sale achieves perfect clearance rate, $24,000 top and $14,744 average | Photos | The Land

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EASTERN Plains Angus achieved a new stud record at its annual on-property sale near Guyra on Friday as all 78 bulls offered were snapped up at an average of $14,744.

This year’s average surpassed last year’s of $8103 and even bettered last year’s highest price of $14,000.

The 71 registered bidders in attendance and the many more following the sale online via AuctionsPlus did not have to wait long to see the top-price bulls sold with two going for $24,000 inside the first 10 lots of the sale.

The first to reach the $24,000 mark was Eastern Plains Quigley Q30, which was sold to MacCallum Livestock, Woolbrook.

A 26-month-old son of Baldridge Command C036 and out of Eastern Plains IDA J58 weighed 818 kilograms, rated in…



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