2021 Shorthorn National Sale tops at $40,000, average $12,627 THE history books were re-written today at the 62nd Dubbo National Shorthorn Show and Sale when 67 bulls were sold to average an impressive $12,627. Overall the sale resulted in a 94 per cent clearance rate, a $40,000 top price, the $12,627 average and a sale gross of $846,000. This result was up from a $32,000 top and $8240 average in 2020, and the average was just shy of double the 2019 average of $6740. Polldale Quantum Q17 was the $40,000 top-priced bull offered by vendors the Williams family of Polldale Shorthorns, Dubbo and purchased by the Falls family of Malton Shorthorns, Finley.
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2021 Dubbo Shorthorn National: Nagol Park bull gains grand title "A real sire in the making with balance, capacity and presence" has come away with the Macquarie Williams Trophy for the grand champion bull of the 62nd Shorthorn National Show and Sale at Dubbo on Tuesday. Exhibited by Roger and Niaomi Evans of Nagol Park Shorthorns, Tamworth the rising 21-month-old bull Nagol Park Neon Q-Back Q125 won junior champion bull before overcoming stiff competition from the senior champion bull from AJM Shorthorns, Young and unled champion bull from Ronelle Park Shorthorns, Lyndhurst, for the top accolade.......(read more)
THE 61st annual Dectomax Shorthorn National Sale topped at $32,000 for bulls and $8000 for females yesterday online. Overall 55 of 60 bulls sold for a $8236 average (up from $6740 in 2019), while four of five females sold and averaged $5125.
SHORTHORN bulls found new homes in five states and share purchases from New Zealand at the 60th annual Dectomax Dubbo Shorthorn National show and sale on Tuesday and Wednesday. In a 47 per cent auction clearance 54 bulls from a 115 head offering sold at a $6741 average and after seven post auction sales a total of 61 bulls averaged $6426.
The 58th Dectomax National Shorthorn Show and Sale has posted a very solid result despite extremely trying seasonal conditions across much of the sales traditional catchment area. 124 Shorthorn sires sold to a top of $40,000 to average $6,835. (Top priced bull at $40,000 – Royalla Tremain M260)