Delmont Angus bull fetches top price of $15,000

A top price of $15,000 was achieved at the 15th Delmont Angus bull sale held recently on farm at Kuriwao.

John and Tracey Cochrane sold 25 bulls for an average price of $6388, with a top price of $15,000, to Jeff Farm at Kaiwera.

Bev and Malcolm Helm, from Rough Ridge Shorthorns, at Gimmerburn, sold eight bulls for an average of $5000 and a top price of $9000, to Rob and Sally Peter, from Cape Campbell, Marlborough.

The Duncan family's Penvose Angus stud at Wedderburn sold 19 bulls for an average of $5025, with a top price of $9200, to the Hores at Stonehenge, Patearoa.

Taiaroa Charolais at Paerau sold 18 bulls for an average of $5040 and a top price of $10,800, to David McNab at Kaihiku. Maniototo's Puketoi Angus sold 14 bulls for an average of $4000 and a top price of $6500, to Mt St Bathans Station.

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