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CHARBRAY SHOW & SALE RESULTS

 

Wattlebray Charbrays top 41st National bull sale @ $24,000


Charbray National Sale Date Claimer - 19 September 2018.

Top price bull buyers, Les & Trent Marshall, Greenfields Charbrays, Jambin with young Samuel Ford & vendors Trevor and Lolita Ford, Wattlebray Charbrays plus their other children Daniel, Chloe & Liam.

Extract QCL
By Martin Bunyard

Despite dry weather conditions the 41st Charbray National bull sale vendors managed to present an excellent draft of sires.

That's according to Charbray Society of Australia president, Les Marshall, who noted the solid $5681 sale price average as a representation of the breeds ability to perform in all types of seasonal conditions.
"The caliber of bulls presented for sale was great but the dry weather defiantly meant some usual buyers had to miss the sale due to currently feeding cattle or simply not requiring more sires this year because of the drought," Mr Marshall said.

"It was a bit of a tough day in the office for some Charbray bull breeders but overall the breed continues to move forward with good quality genetics on offer."

It didn't take long for the Charbray National 2018 bull sale to reach a top price of $24,000 for lot 5, Wattlebray Marshall sire, that was offered for sale by Trevor and Lolita Ford's Wattlebray Charbray Stud, Chinchilla.

It was fitting the Wattlebray Marshall bull was bought by the Marshall family, Greenfields Charbrays, with the sire's purchase being described as the "next step forward" in evolving the stud's sire muscling, bone and carcase traits.

The scurred Wattlebray Marshall bull tipped the scales at 968 kilograms on sale day and was packaged in a practical sized frame with excellent bone structure to easily carry the sire's powerful muscle, all at just 21-months-old. The bull also recorded 13 millimetres of fat on the rump and 11 millimetres of fat on the rib area with a solid eye muscle area scan of 136 centimetres squared, plus a scrotal measurement of 41 centimetres.

The Wattlebray Marshall bull will now go to work for the Spring mating season to selected females at Les and Anne Marshall's Greenfields Charbay Stud near Jambin.

The second top priced bull was lot 36, Colinta Maverick (P) CHPM1100, who was offered for sale by the Glencore Coal Company's Colinta Holdings Charbray Stud and made to $18,000.

The impressive 24-month-old sire was snapped up by Hillview Charbays and entered the sale ring at 860 kilograms with an eye muscle area scan of 126 centimetres squared. The polled bull also recorded a scrotal measurement of 39 centimetres, plus 10 millimetres of fat on the rump and 7 millimetres of fat on the rib area.

Third top price of the sale was also a Glencore Coal bull, lot 37 Colinta Morocco (P) CHPM1192, that reached $16,000 and sold to Lambert Pastoral Co, Charleville.

The bull was by the same Colinta Jumbuck J6003 (PP) (C5) sire of the $18,000 Colinta Maverick and recorded an excellent weight for age of 924 kilograms at 24-months-old. The polled bull scanned an eye muscle area of 130 centimetres squared with 9 millimetres of fat on the rump and 6 millimetres of fat on the rib area, plus a scrotal circumference of 41 centimetres.

Also of note were three Charbray sires reaching $10,000 each. First to make the $10,000 price tag was Nadia Martins' Tunas Malcolm M217 (P) bull who sold to Welsh Cattle Co, Carrabah, Taroom. Second to make the price was lot 30, Geneva Major (SC) sire, and sold to Carbene Grazing, Taemarie, Condamine. The third bull to reach $10,000 was lot 66, Rangeview Maverick 705 (P), and sold to the Campman family, Cameron Pocket, Calen.

 


 

Wattlebray Charbrays 2018 Results:

Wandoan Show

Reserve Junior Champion Male
Reserve Senior Champion Female
1st Male 12 & Under 15 Months
Sires Progeny Group 2nd

Congratulation Wattlebray Charbrays Trevor & Lolita Ford

2018 Wandoan Show
2018 Wandoan Show

2018 Wandoan Show
2018 Wandoan Show

Jandowae Show

Grand Champion Tropical cow
2nd in Breeders Group

2018 Jandowae Show
2018 Jandowae Show

Congratulation Wattlebray Charbrays Trevor & Lolita Ford


 

Mt Perry Show Result

16 month old "Rangeview Micko" won his class, Bulls 15 to 18 months and then went on the take out the Champion Junior Bull.

Congratulations Rangeview Charbrays, Steve & Helen Pailthorpe.

2018 Mt. Perry Show
2018 Mt. Perry Show


 

3rd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime & Store Cattle Show & Sale, hosted by Monto Cattle & County.

Results

Over $12 500 worth of Prizes Won

There was a full house at the 3rd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime and Store Cattle Show & Sale held in conjunction with Monto Cattle and Country on the 11th of April. Charbray cattle were highly sort by bidders.

Local grazier Barry Whitaker took out Class 3, Steers 18 months & over that went on to win the Overall Champion Pen of Steers which sold for $1240/head or 277.2c/kg. The Prime Steers class went to Nagel Bennett and Family that went on to sell for $1820/head or 278.2c/kg. Harold & Pam Dwyer from "Spring Hill" Biggenden & "Kildare" Eidsvold took out Class 1 & 2, Weaner steers to 10 months and Steers 10 to 18 months with an impressive line-up that returned $895/head or 2.67/kg & $1056/head or 321.2c, Dwyer's Pen of Class 2 Steers went on to take out the Reserve Champion Pen of Steers. Top gong for Champion Pen of Females for the third year running went to Bev and Roy Marbach's Class 7 heifers (18 months & over) which sold for $1131 or 274.2/kg. Class 6 went to Les & Anne Marshall, Greenfields Charbrays, Jambin with a notable line-up of Heifers 10 to 18 months. George & Cathy Hoare, Rockview Charbrays won Class 5, that went on to pick up the Reserve Champion pen of Females with 12 quality Weaner heifers which went on to sell for $782/head or 306.2c/kg. The Prime heifer class went to Nagel Bennet and family with his pen of 10 heifers that brought in $1513/h or 264.2.2c/kg.

Guest Judge Brad Hansen, Hourn & Bishop, Moura addressed the crowd and commended Vendors on the quality of Charbray cattle yarded, Brad made particular mention of the evenness of type; True Charbray Cattle.

Les Marshall, Charbray Society of Australia President commended vendors of the tremendous line up of quality Charbray bred cattle on show. Many thanks must go to sponsors, vendors, bidders, under bidders and Monto Cattle and County's staff from Brad and Donna McInally.

Bev Marbach - Champion Pen of Heifers, Heifers 18 months & over.
Bev Marbach - Champion Pen of Heifers, Heifers 18 months & over.

Barry Whitaker Champion Pen Steers, Steers 18 months & over
Barry Whitaker Champion Pen Steers, Steers 18 months & over

Big Crowd
Big Crowd

Roy & Bev Marbach - Champion Pen of Heifers, 18 months & over.
Roy & Bev Marbach - Champion Pen of Heifers, 18 months & over.

Les & Adam Marshall, Greenfields Charbrays Class 6 Winners Heifers 10 to 18 months.
Les & Adam Marshall, Greenfields Charbrays Class 6 Winners Heifers 10 to 18 months.

George Hoare, Braylyn Charbrays Reserve Champion Females, Weaner Heifers to 10 Months.
George Hoare, Braylyn Charbrays Reserve Champion Females, Weaner Heifers to 10 Months.

Full House
Full House


 

Congratulations Cordelia Charbrays, Chas & Judy Nobbs

Cordelia Charbrays - Baralaba Show 2018

Charbray Success at the Baralaba Show 2018

Cordelia Charbrays - Baralaba Show 2018

Cordelia Kingswood showed his style by winning first of all his class, 18 to under 21 months, then the Junior Champion Bull followed by the Supreme Champion Bull with bulls from all breeds competing in the 2018 Baralaba Show. Chas and Judy Nobbs were very excited with the win with this being the first time competing in the show ring. They would like to thank Terry and Sue Connor for preparing and showing the bull.

2 rings with 180 head in total being shown.
Charbray Results….

Class No Description Exhibit Place
5 Bull 18 & under 21 Months Cordelia Kingswood 1st
    Greenfields Mansion 2nd
  Junior Champion Bull Cordelia Kingswood  
  Supreme Champion Bull Cordelia Kingswood  
       
12 Female 9 and under 12 Months Diamond Dove Catalena 4th 3rd
14 Female 18 and under 21 Months Greenfields Henrietta 2nd
16 Female 24 and under 30 Months Diamond Dove Domonique 5th 1st



 

Congratulations Diamond L Charbrays, Greg & Tracey Lee

Diamond L Charbrays - Champion pen of 6 or more heifers

Coolabunia/Kingaroy Weaner Sale
Diamond L Charbrays  awarded overall Champion with a pen of 6 or more heifers out of a yarding of 1300 head.
Kilcoy Feed Challenge
Diamond L Charbrays  took out first place in the Kilcoy feed challenge for a single steer with under 2 teeth and third place in the pen of steers. 
A total of 115 steers were feed for 100 days at Smithfield feedlot for this carcass competition. 


 

Marlegoo tops at the 40th Anniversary National Charbray Sale

Top Price, Marlegoo Leo (P) sold for $24 000
Top Price, Marlegoo Leo (P) sold for $24 000, pictured with Vendor Cherie Gooding, buyers
George & Cathy Hoare Braylyn Charbrays, Blackwater and SBB agent Neville Messer.

Bulls Top $24 000
Bulls Average $6320
Females Top $8000
Females Average $5750

Partial Extract QCL 26.09.17
By Julie Sheehan

The impending heat wave started warming up Central Queensland along with the 40th Anniversary National Charbray Sale at CQLX recently.

Top price of the day came from the Gooding family's, Marlegoo Stud, Biloela when Marlegoo Leo, the poll sire by Huntington Hanabull found his new home at fellow sale vendors property George & Cathy Hoare's Braylyn Charbrays, Rockview, Bluff for the $24 000 top. Leo, the honey coloured 25 month old poll bull weighted in at 938kg and was a long awaited addition to the Hoare family's stud as they had been trying to source a poll bull but one that fitted their other list of criteria to suit their current breeding program.

The Gooding family had a very strong average of $8 500 for their eight bulls offered on the day. Also taking out the accolade for the Best Pen Of Bulls presented by Judge Andrew McTaggart at the commencement of the auction. Mr McTaggart commented on what an impressive line-up of bulls the Gooding family had on offer.

The Hoare family also had a successful day as vendors when they sold the second top price bull, Braylyn Maverick to the Welsh family, Huntington Charbrays, Taroom for $18 000.
Third top price of $15 000 was reached twice , firstly by the Zeimer family's poll sire Cedar Park Chavez who found a new home with the Bredhauer family, Lambert Pastoral, Acton Charbrays, Charleville.
Next to hit the $15 000 mark was the Marshall family's Greenfields Louie who went to repeat buyers the Ziesemer family, Beaumont Grazing, Taroom.
Volume buyer of the day was the Pickersgille Group, Washpool, Comet represented by Morty Wilson, Savage Barker Backhouse who put together a line of 14 bulls.
The Bush family, Northern Charbrays offered 2 females at the sale to a top of $8000 for Northern Jewel (P). Jewel was purchased by the Gooding Family, Marlegoo Charbrays, Biloela.

The evening before saw seven outstanding heifers offered in the Elite Heifer sale held at the Great Western Hotel, Rockhampton where a 100 per cent clearance was achieved. Top price heifer was sold by the Welsh family, Huntington Charbrays Taroom and was purchased for $5500 by Viv Hunt , Dellyvon Charbrays, Calliope. The Welsh family also achieved second top of $5000.


 

Bangalow Show 2017

Lachlan Hill, Green Park Charbrays and Northern Latia

Lachlan Hill, Green Park Charbrays and Northern Latia, winner of Supreme Female at Bangalow show 2017,

Northern Latia was the top price Heifer purchased at Rockhampton Elite Heifer (PTIC) Sale in 2016. Calf sired by WCC Huntington Commerce.


Kyogle Show - 2017 Junior Heifer

Lachlan Hill of Green Park Charbrays with Huntington Hailey

Lachlan Hill Green Park Charbrays took out the 2017 Champion Junior Heifer with Huntington Hailey at the recent Kyogle Show.

Congratulations Lachlan!


 

Monto Cattle & Country

2nd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime & Store Cattle Show & Sale

Monto Cattle Country

2nd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime & Store Cattle Show & Sale
Hosted by Monto Cattle & County, Brad & Donna McInally
Over $15 000 worth of Prizes Won

All concerned were extremely pleased with the yarding and prices at the 2nd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime and store show sale held in conjunction with Monto Cattle and Country on the 26st of April. Charbray cattle were highly sort by bidders, results showing a premium paid.

Local grazier Barry Whitaker took out Class 2, Steers 10 to 18 months that went on to win the Overall  Champion Pen of Steers which sold for $1385/head or 341.2c/kg. The Prime Steers class went to Nagel Bennett and Family who also picked up the Reserve Champion Prize and went on to sell for $2020/head or 309.2c/kg. Harold & Pam Dwyer from “Spring Hill” Biggenden & “Kildare” Eidsvold took out Class 1, Weaner steers to 10 months with an impressive line-up that returned $1272/head or 399.2c/kg. Local Steve Pailthorpe presented quality Steers to take out Class 3 (18months & over) with a return of $1404/head or 337.2c.

Brad McInally, Monto Cattle & Country with Local grazier Barry Whitaker
Brad McInally, Monto Cattle & Country with Local grazier Barry Whitaker who took out Class 2, Steers 10 to 18 months that went on to win the Overall Champion Pen of Steers which sold for $1385/head or 341.2c/kg.

Top gong for the second year running in the Female section went to Bev and Roy Marbach’s Class 6 heifers (10 to 18 months) which sold for $1057 or 318.2c/kg. The Marbach family also took home first prize in Class 7, 18 months and over with a impressive yarding of 20 heifers that went on to sell for $1215/h or 318.2c/kg.  Harold and Pam Dwyer won the Reserve Champion pen of Females with 15 quality Weaner heifers which went on to sell for $808/head or 324.2c/kg.  The Prime heifer class went to Jim McElroy with his pen of 13 heifers that brought in $1039/h or 307.2c/kg.

Guest Judge Tony Pearce, Taroom addressed the crowd and commended Vendors on the quality of Charbray cattle yarded. Many thanks to sponsors, vendors, bidders, under bidders and Monto Cattle and County’s staff from Brad and Donna McInally and Les Marshall and the team from the Charbray Society.


 

Wattlebray tops at the 39th National Charbray Sale

lot 35 Wattlebray Kidman Charbray National Sale

Lot 35 Wattlebray Kidman(P) sold for $20, 000 to Cherie Gooding Marlegoo Charbrays, Biloela .
Cherie is pictured with Vendor Trevor Ford Wattlebray Charbrays, Chinchilla.

Bulls Average $6597
Clearance 91%
Females Average $1955
Clearance 100%

Part Extract QCL September 29th, 2016
By Julie Sheehan

The 39th National Charbray sale at Gracemere last Wednesday saw 23 Certified Charbray Breeders selling 93 bulls from 103 with a 91 percent clearance. The bulls grossed $613,500 to average $6 597 and the 11 heifers offered grossed $21,500 to average $1,955 with a 100 percent clearance.

Buyers acknowledged value in depth of breeding with fierce bidding coming from all areas of the gallery for lots offered by Trevor and Lolita Ford Wattlebray Charbrays, Chinchilla who sold both the top and second top price bulls of the day. Grading at C6 both these polled sires are at the pinnacle of the Charbray grading table; generation bred Charbrays.

Top price bull of the day Wattlebray Kidman (P) by the sire Huntington Fashionable (P) weighed in at 908kg and sold to Cherie Gooding, Marlegoo Charbrays, Biloela for $20,000. Kidman will be used in both the Gooding family’s stud & commercial herds. The Gooding’s were looking particularly for poll genetics but were also impressed by his weight for age & muscling. Wattlebray Kinsman (P) also by Huntington Fashionable (P) weighing in at 932kg, Kinsman went the Lambert Charbrays at Charleville for $18 000.

$17,000 was paid by Tania & Randall Ziesemer, Beaumont Grazing, Taroom, repeat buyers at the sale the Ziesemers took home Diamond Dove Knight with an impressive EMA of 148, offered by Bill & Juliann Lewis, Diamond Dove Charbrays, Monto. Randall & Tania’s operation is approximately 30km north east of Taroom, where they run a commercial Charbray herd taking progeny up to the trade feeder market.

The Bush family, Northern Charbrays offered 11 heifers at the sale to a top of $2,750 for Northern Laveda L440. Laveda was purchased by Lachlan Dickson Chelbrook Charbrays, Emerald.

The next generation of young Charbray breeders had a successful day with maiden vendors Bow Connor, Tomahawk Charbrays, Morinish selling his bull, Tomahawk Jukebox (P) to Cedar Creek Grazing for $12,000 while Ashlyn Hoare, AK Charbrays, Bluff scored an average of $11 000 for her two bulls.

Volume buyers on the day included GL Campbell & Co, Biloela who put together a line of nine bulls to average $4222; John Riley & Family Charters Towers purchased a draft of seven bulls at an average of $5214; VB & BA Hunt, Dellyvon Charbrays purchased eight heifers to average $1844.

CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF THE 2016 NATIONAL CHARBRAY SALE.


 

Inaugural Reef to Ranges Invitational Bull Sale 27th November 2016, Bowen Qld
33 Bulls offered topping at $10 000

Glen Zeimer - Reef to Rudges Invitational Charbray.
Click for Reef to Ranges Bull Sale Photos

Charbrays were represented by five of their leading Certified Breeders who made the trek north to showcase 20 Charbray Bulls.

Congratulations must go to the following studs for the time and effort they put into promoting quality bred Charbrays into the North. Their investment will pay dividends for all Certified Breeders as the reputation of performance, consistency and versatility of quality bred Charbrays by Certified Breeders gain momentum into our Northern areas.

Even though this inaugural event did not break any records, buyers attending were certainly taken aback by the quality of Charbrays presented and it was often repeated "there are Charbrays available in the North but certainly not to this standard".

Certified Charbray Breeders were represented by the following Vendors
Greenfields Charbrays
Huntington Charbrays
Spring-Villa Charbrays
Braylyn Charbrays
Cedar Park Charbrays


 

Kandanga Valley Charbrays – 2016 7th Annual Nebo Sale Results

Kandanga Valley sold 28 bulls from 34 presented to average $6000, at their 7th annual "Satellite' bull's sale at Braeside Saleyards, Nebo on December 1st.

Top Priced bull from Kandanga Valley Charbrays.
Top priced bull, Lot 27 with John Mercer, Kandanga Valley Charbrays & buyer Greg Callander, Sarina Beach Qld.

Top price of $17500 for a Charbray bull, Lot 27 Kandanga Valley Kerid, at just 24 months of age and weighing in at 900 kgs with a huge eye muscle of 139 sqcm was purchased by long time supporters the Callander family from Sarina.

Second top price of $14 000 for Charbray bull Lot 33 Kandanga Valley Lorado went to first time buyers Fort Cooper Pty Ltd, Nebo.

Marg McFadzen, one of the QCWA catering ladies, J Wheymouth, Bloomfield purchased 2 Charbray bulls to average $4750.

Kerry & Julie Surawski travelled from Boonah, to purchase 2 Charbray bulls to average $5750.

Charbrays averaged $6875 for 16 / 16 sold.

A total of 20 bid cards were issued and the agents were Landmark & Hayes & Co.



Casino Show October 15th 2016

Green Park Charbrays went home big winners after showing "Piora Kate" who won Junior Champion Bos Indicus Female, Champion Heifer and Elite Champion Heifer (all breeds).

Congratulations Lachlan Hill, Green Park Charbrays

Judge John Mercer, Kandanga Valley Charbrays, Piora Kate and Lachlan Hill, Green Park Charbrays.
Judge John Mercer, Kandanga Valley Charbrays, Piora Kate and Lachlan Hill, Green Park Charbrays

Piora Kate and Lachlan Hill, Green Park Charbrays.


 

Inaugural Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime & Store Cattle Show & Sale
Hosted by


Monto Cattle Country

1240 Head Yarded

Steve Pailthorpe from Rangeview Charbray's won Overall Champion Pen of Steers with 465kg No. 5 steers which returned $1400/head. Steve also took home prizes totalling $3685.00. Guest Judge Wayne Davis, Murgon addressed the large crowd and commended Vendors on the quality cattle yarded. Top price went to class 4 winners, Nagel Bennett and Family with a pen of prime bullocks No. 4 bullocks that sold for $1720/head or 279c/kg.

Steve Pailthorpe - Rangeview Charbrays with his Champion Pen of Steers
Steve Pailthorpe, Rangeview Charbrays with his Champion Pen of Steers

 

Charbray Feature Show - 2016

The Gympie Show Society hosted a Charbray Feature Show as part of their Stud Cattle line up on May 12th & 13th. Charbray Society of Australia Life Member & Past President, Mr. Bill Bishop provided a major cash prize donation for this event.

Congratulations to Kandanga Valley Charbrays, John & Roz Mercer who took home the triple crown with their 32 month old sire, Kandanga Valley Jesuit. Jesuit took out the Champion of Champions Supreme Interbreed Beef Exhibit, Supreme Charbray Champion and is the winner of the Super Bull Challenge. Judge Mick O'Sullivan from O'Sullivans Limousins at Mt Walker was full of praise for the Grand Champion Charbray Exhibit, Kandanga Valley Jesuit, saying he is the complete package, structurally correct with the ideal muscle to fat ratio.

President of the Charbray Society of Australia Mr Les Marshall with Past President and Life Member Mr Bill Bishop
President of the Charbray Society of Australia Mr Les Marshall with Past President and Life Member Mr Bill Bishop

Past President Life Member of the Charbray Society Mr Bill Bishop and judge Mick O'Sullivan with Supreme Charbray Exhibit Kandanga Valley Jesuit and owners John & Ros Mercer
Past President Life Member of the Charbray Society Mr Bill Bishop and judge Mick O'Sullivan with
Supreme Charbray Exhibit Kandanga Valley Jesuit and owners John & Roz Mercer

Grand Champion Bull - Kandanga Valley Jesuit
Grand Champion Bull - Kandanga Valley Jesuit

Senior Champion Bull - Kandanga Valley Jesuit
Senior Champion Bull - Kandanga Valley Jesuit

Junior Champion-Bull - Diamond L Kando
Junior Champion-Bull - Diamond L Kando

Calf Champion Bull - Colinta Leroy
Calf Champion Bull - Colinta Leroy

Grand Champion Female Kandanga - Valley Jonty
Grand Champion Female Kandanga - Valley Jonty

Senior Champion Female Kandanga - Valley Jonty
Senior Champion Female Kandanga - Valley Jonty

Class 2 Bull 9months under 12 months First - Diamond L Lawmen
Class 2 Bull 9months under 12 months First - Diamond L Lawmen

Class 1 Bull 6 months under 9 months First - Kandanga Valley Lauchie
Class 1 Bull 6 months under 9 months First - Kandanga Valley Lauchie

Class 16 Female 30 months over First - Kandanga Valley Jonty
Class 16 Female 30 months over First - Kandanga Valley Jonty

Charbray Feature Show 2016.. Prime Cattle

Congratulations Michael Connolly Emjay Charbray, winner of the Champion Charbray Prime Cattle Exhibit at the recent Gympie Charbray Feature Show. Receiving a $500 prize donated by Charbray Society of Australia Life Member and past President, Mr Bill Bishop. The Steer won the over 600kg grain fed class. He is a generation bred Charbray, 677kg (curfew weight) after 90 days grain, milk tooth and sold for $3.04 returning $2058.00.

Class 16 Female 30 months over First - Kandanga Valley Jonty
Champion Charbray Prime Cattle Exhibit – Emjay Charbray

 

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GYMPIE 2016

 

2016 Rockhampton All Breeds Sale

Top Price Charbray
Congratulations Diamond Dove Charbrays, Bill & Julie Lewis


Lot 260 Diamond Dove Jackman sold for $13,000.00 to Spenbar Brahman & Charbray Stud, Condamine Q.
Lot 260 Diamond Dove Jackman sold for $13,000.00 to Spenbar Brahman & Charbray Stud, Condamine Q.

 

2015 National Charbray Sale

Charbray fever hits national sale

Top Price Bull Lot 82 Geneva Jackson(P) Sold for $20,000 to Randall & Tanya Ziesemer, Taroom Qld.
Top Price Bull Lot 82 Geneva Jackson(P) Sold for $20,000 to Randall & Tanya Ziesemer, Taroom Qld

Bulls Average $6055
Females Average $2125
Clearance 94%

Extract QCL October 1st,2015
By Kerrie Sagnol

Randall and Tanya Ziesemer's decision to head to the 38th National Charbray Sale rather than go on holidays led to them picking up the top priced bull at CQLX last Wednesday.

Fierce bidding came from all areas of the gallery for the 24 month old Geneva Jackson, offered by Bill, Sue and Kimberly Pickersgill, Geneva Charbrays, Theodore, and culminated with the Ziesemer family, Beaumont, Taroom paying $20,000 for the 986kg sire. The pink nosed poll returned scans of 12mm P8 fat and 7mm rib fat, 138sq.cm in the eye muscle area and a 41cm scrotal circumference. Mr & Mrs Ziesemer came to the sale looking for poll genetics, and were impressed with the bulls scans. "He will be a good outcross to our current genetics", Mr Ziesemer said adding would Jackson go over their commercial Charbray cows. The Curran family, Spenbar Charbrays from Condamine also secured a Geneva polled sire for $16 000. The Pickersgill family offered 5 bulls in total and walked away with a very impressive $11,300 average.

Second top price was the $19,000 Wattlebray Jericho, offered by Trevor and Lolita Ford, Wattlebray Charbrays, Chinchilla, the 920kg bull which was one of a line of 6 Wattlebray Sires averaging $9400, was purchased by Michael Connolly of Emjay Charbray Stud, Goomeri. Ron Loakes, Lochaber Creek Charbrays secured Wattlebray Jackaroo for $10 000 for his operation at Mundubbera.

Paul and Georgie Connor, Rosewood Charbrays, Morinish also sold a bull into the high teens with Welsh Cattle Company, Wandoan, purchasing the $18,000 Rosewood Ironman. The 858kg sire was one of a strong line of bulls by Huntington Ziven. Volume buyers were the Callander family purchasing 9 sires average of $5388 and Dunphy Bros, Goganga who took home 8. Warren & Eve Smith Celestrial Charbrays selected a Marlegoo sire for $10 000. Mark Warnock from Scrubby Vale Morinish took home a Greenfields sire for $10 500 while repeat buyers Comanche Cattle Co secured a Kandanga Valley sire at $12 000. Diamond L Charbrays team of 3 topped at $9500.

 

Atherton State High School 2015 Show Circuit Results

Atherton High Venezuela with Handler Rachel Morrissey
Atherton High Venezuela with Handler Rachel Morrissey

Atherton SHS competed at three shows this year Atherton, Malanda and Tully. This year being the school’s most successful on the show circuit with some of the highlights of the results as follows.

  • Atherton High Ulysses was awarded Supreme Female at both the Atherton and Tully shows and won Champion Bos indicus Female at Malanda.
  • Atherton High Venezuela also did extremely well taking out Junior Champion Female at Atherton and Tully and Reserve Junior  Champion Female at Malanda Show.
  • Atherton High Whinchester took out Junior Champion Bull Atherton Show and Reserve Champion Bull at Malanda and Tully.

Braylyn Justabul - Springsure Grand Champion Bos Indicus and Supreme Champion Male.
Atherton High Uylsses and Emily Bensilum

Thank-you must go to all the students, parents, staff and producers that have assisted the schools stud to achieve these fantastic results. 
Cameron Harris Agriculture Subject Area Coordinator

Braylyn Charbrays in the Winners circle

Braylyn Justabul - Springsure Grand Champion Bos Indicus and Supreme Champion Male.

Braylyn Justabul takes out Springsure Grand Champion Bos Indicus & Supreme Champion Male of the Show to top his Central Highlands outing. This exceptional result followed his recent wins as Alpha Senior Champion Male, Capella Reserve Senior Champion Male & Clermont Reserve Senior Champion Male.

Rosewood Charbrays Top 2014 National Charbray Sale

Rosewood Hill Billy - Top Price Bull at 2014 National Sale.

The 37th Annual National Charbray Bull and Female Sale topped at $15 000 when Paul, Georgie, Bow and Riley Connor from Rosewood Charbrays, Morinish sold Rosewood Hill Billy (P) to stud buyers Steve and Alison Kajewski, Bettafield Charbrays, Gindi. Steve and Alison were looking for a polled, pink-nosed Charbray sire to join their stud and they found exactly what they were looking for in the 23 month old son of Huntington Ziven.

Emjay Charbray's, Michael and Lou Connolly achieved $13 000 for 34 month old Emjay 2957, to come in with the second highest price tag at the 2014 National Charbray Sale on the 24th of September.

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