• Goond’n’windi averages $5800

    0 | March 8th, 2017 | Colin Rex | Sale Results

    The Bellinger family, Good’n’windi Charolais, Furner SA topped at $8000 for a rising two year old son of Sedalia Governor at their on property sale Monday 6th March. The purchaser was GH Sharpe & Co, Mount Compass who also purchased another sire at $7000. Seventeen bulls sold from 21 offered to average $5800, an increase of over $500 from 2016. Also offered were 55 crossbred 1st calving heifers with Charolais and Changus (Ch x Ang) calves at foot. Rn & NJ Sapiatzer, Sebastapol purchased the top pen of Simmental x Angus heifers with Changus calves at foot for $3150 as well as two Charolais sires.

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