Jarrah Genetics 10th Annual Bull Sale 2022 Results

It was the 22 rising two-year-old Hereford bulls which stole the show averaging $19,000 at yesterday's annual Jarrah Genetics Sale, Banana.

Overall, with the yearling bulls the combined 40 Hereford bulls hit $28,000 on three occasions setting a $15,525 average while Jarrah Reds averaged $8,700 selling to a high of $21,000.

Conducted by the Becker family, Jarrah Cattle Company, the sale saw bottom line average increase by $4383 per head over the 2021 result. In all an extra 13 bulls were sold when compared to the same period. Only one bull was unsold at auction and sold immediately after the auction cementing a complete clearance.

The strength and the extent of return clientele from all local areas from the central west and north to Clermont and Charters Towers remains a huge feature of the fixture.

Two of the $28,000 equal top selling Herefords, Jarrah Koanui R342 and Fortune R316 (PP) sold to Robin Bruggerman, Warlana, Taroom.

The remaining $28,000 bull was Jarrah Koanui R352, a 24-month-old, 852 kilograms, scanning 12mm and 8mm for rib and rump fat and 124 square centimeters for eye muscle area, sold to Bill and Louise Dunne, Tarcoola, Dingo.

On Breedplan, R352 was in the top 1 per cent for 200, 400 and 600 day weight as well as in the top 5 per cent for EMA.

Robin Bruggerman selected the two while the Dunne family took seven Herefords for a $20,428 average.

Equal top selling $21, 000, Jarrah Red, R580 (P) was selected by Craig Jones, Monkey Springs, Banana who ended with three for on average $11,667. The other equal top seller in the Jarrah Reds, R175 went to the Luke family, Lignum Station, Charters Towers whom returned selecting four for an average $11,000.

Rob and Annie Donohoe, Baradoo, Moura signed off on seven for a $8,000 average while Dino and Matt Penna, Kangaroo Hills, Ingham returned taking with them 11 Jarrah Reds for a $11,500 average.

Bull Sale Results 2022

Equal top selling Hereford bull at the Jarrah Genetics Sale, Banana on Monday that sold for $28,000 was Jarrah Fortune R316 (PP) (right) with Matt Bishop, Hourn and Bishop Qld, Moura and vendor, Sam Becker, Jarrah Genetics, Banana. Picture: Kent Ward

Bull Sale Results 2022

Pictured with a pen of Jarrah Reds after the Jarrah Genetics Sale were Matt Bishop, Hourn and Bishop Qld, Moura, purchaser, Rob Donohoe, Baradoo, Moura and vendor, Sam Becker, Jarrah Genetics, Banana. Picture: Kent Ward

Full Bull Sale Report

Purchased by Bill & Louise Dunne & Family, Dingo for $24,000.

Purchased by Rob & Hazel Bruggerman, Taroom for $28,000.

Purchased by Appleton Cattle Co, Alpha for $26,000

Purchased by Rob & Hazel Bruggerman, Taroom for $28,000.

Purchased by JD & Am Lloyd, Yaraka for $15,000.

Purchased by JD & Am Lloyd, Yaraka for $13,000.

Purchased by JDC Holdings, Theodore for $19,000.

Purchased by Mulgrave Pastoral, Charters Towers for $10,000.

Purchased by Penna & Sons, Ingham for $13,000.

Purchased by D & K Luke, Clermont for $21,000.

Purchased by Jones Family, Banana for $21,000.

Purchased by Barranga Grazing, Bauhinia for $18,000.

Purchased by Jones Family, Banana for $9,000.

Purchased by Penna & Sons, Ingham for $17,000.

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