Australia Murray Grey sales results

Monterey Sale – Australian record for PTIC heifers

February 18, 2015

Pictured below are a pen of 5 Murray Grey heifers sold at Monterey Annual Production Sale on 11th February for what is believed to be an Australian record price for PTIC commercial purebred heifers selling to  $2650. They were purchased by Eric Penny, trading as EJ Penny, from Yarloop WA.

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Monterey Murray Grey Stud Sale Results

February 13, 2015

A TOP line-up of Murray Grey and Angus bulls combined with a long list of old and new buyers pushed prices to a high of $11,500 for a Murray Grey sire at this week’s Monterey Murray Grey and Angus on-property sale at Karridale.

With the beef market humming along buyers showed their confidence in the industry as they cleared 84 of the 86 bulls offered for an average of $5384, which was up $523 on last year.

Last year, 70 bulls sold from 79 offered at an average of $4861.

In the breakdown Monterey stud principals Gary and Julie Buller, with help of the combined Elders and Landmark selling teams, cleared 50 from 52 Murray Grey bulls for an average of $5730 and 34 from 34 Angus bulls at an average of $4875.

It didn’t take long for the tone of the sale to be set and the $11,500 top price to be achieved.

As soon as the well-built, classy Monterey Jurassic J99 in lot one entered the ring, buyers realised there was something special before them and after some quick fire bidding the bull was knocked down to return buyers Maxine and Penny Greville, Gingin Pastoral Co, Gingin, at $11,500.

The silver, 838kg Jurassic was by Monterey Bodybuilder and out of a Monterey Unit Holder Z16 daughter.

In the ring Jurassic showed great depth, smooth shoulders and softness to fit all markets, but it wasn’t only Jurassic’s eye appeal which impressed it also had the numbers to match.

It had EBVs of +6.2 birthweight, +28, +44, +68 for 200, 400 and 600-day weights (top 15pc), +33 carcase weight, +2.4 EMA (top 5pc), +0.6 rib fat, +0.8 rump fat (top 10pc) and 0.0 for IMF, while its indexes stood at +$32 for long fed, +$37 for supermarket and +$61 for heavy grass.

Two other bulls in the Murray Grey line-up made double figures when they were knocked down at $11,000 and $10,000.

Article courtesy of Farm Weekly.

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Southend Murray Grey Stud Sale Report

February 13, 2015

Southend Murray Grey Stud owned by the Wise family of Katanning, Western Australia held their annual on-property sale on the 10th February, 2015.
The sale started with the sale of 50 un-joined 1 year old commercial Murray Grey heifers, these were purchased by three separate vendors for a very credible $1,100 average.
19 bulls were sold to a top of $7,000 to A C & S J Marsh of Kojonup who purchased Lot 3 Southend Jester WMM J661.
The final results for the bulls were a very tidy $4,377 average.

 

 

Great Southern Blue Ribbon Bull Sale

February 2, 2015

Willawa Murray Grey Stud owned and managed by Mrs.Viv Giles of Newdegate successfully kicked off the Western Australian Murray Grey Bull selling season on the 20th January 2015.

Six Willawa bulls catalogued in the Great Southern Blue Ribbon Bull Sale held at the Mount Barker regional cattle saleyards attracted buyer interest from almost 500kms away at Gingin when Maxine Greville of Gingin Pastoral Company purchased the 22 months of age Willawa Jackson GGO J4 for a very respectable $5,750.

All up a 100% clearance resulted in a $3,950 average for the Willawa team which is an excellent start to the selling season.

Ayr Park Sale Results

September 23, 2014
WIN H57

Lot 1 Ayr Park Honda H57

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Lot 3 Ayr Park Henri H72

Top priced bull Lot 3 Ayr Park Henri H72 $6,000 to repeat buyer Cameron Plummer, he also purchased lot 16 for $3,000.

Lot 10 Ayr Park Jaguar J19 to repeat buy Charles Wallace, Woodbourn Murray Greys Tasmania for $5,500, he also purchased lot 13.

Lot 1 sold to new client Gary and Julie Buller, Monterey Murray Greys Western Australia for $5,000.

Lot 11 sold to repeat buyer Neil Cummins, Laggan NSW for $3,750.

Lots 7 and 8 went to repeat buyer Glen and Sue Williams, Eucumbene NSW.

Bulls averaged $3,968 up on last years sale.45% clearance.

Lot 21 Ayr Park Susan G160 with heifer calf at foot, was top priced stud female, Sold to repeat buyers Andrew and Sharon Gunn, Mundaloola Murray Greys for $4,000, they also purchased lot 22 Ayr Park Katrina G161 for $2,250.

Commercial females were in demand with a top of $1,650 to average $1,628.

Joined commercial heifers sold for $875. All commercial females went to Ross Reid at Cooma NSW.

100% clearance for females.