Article by Alastair Rayner, RaynerAg The Spring Bull sales are well underway in Northern NSW. There have been a lot of successful sales in 2020, and this reflects a few things. Firstly there is a strong sense of optimism in the cattle industry, largely due to seasonal changes and strong market values. There’s also the … Read more Think about the raw data sheet at bull sales
Covid 19 level 3 is here and fingers crossed we will enter level 2 before bull sale season is in full swing, which will allow some form of larger gathering to take place? The dry autumn conditions that many regions are experiencing are also adding challenges to our farming communities. Bull selling season is imminent … Read more May e-Newsletter 2020
Angus bull sales are off to a roaring start, with both high prices and good clearances being seen across the board. The results coming in are a solid indication of the massive strength of the Angus breed. Without doubt, Angus is making its stand as New Zealand’s premium beef breed and the stud bulls being … Read more ANGUS bull sales off to very strong start!
The main 2 year old sales period has now concluded and averages are up on 2016 figures by over $1,600 per head. The 2017 average price on 2195 bulls sold was $7,964. The top price for a bull sold by Rangatira was $50,000, again up on the 2016 top price of $32,000. Click here for short cuts to further sales statistics.