Slide show: Bull sales

Leafland Simmental owners Everd and Marie Strauss.
Leafland Simmental owners Everd and Marie Strauss.
Listening to opening speeches are (from left) Shane Tickle, of Taieri Mouth, Geoff Finch, of...
Listening to opening speeches are (from left) Shane Tickle, of Taieri Mouth, Geoff Finch, of Milton, and Lindsay Geddes, of Mosgiel.
Sharing a joke are (from left) Jackson Reid, of Outram, Dan Nichol, Rachel Beattie, both of...
Sharing a joke are (from left) Jackson Reid, of Outram, Dan Nichol, Rachel Beattie, both of Clarks Junction, and Bill Nichol, of Outram.
Watching the sale are (from left) Anthony Cox, of Canterbury, Sam Murphy, of Dunedin, Alex Bell,...
Watching the sale are (from left) Anthony Cox, of Canterbury, Sam Murphy, of Dunedin, Alex Bell, of Waimate, John Howard, of Lawrence, Jackie Jones, of North Taieri, and Charlotte Bouman (16), of Dunedin.
Bull Leafland 190114 fetched the top price of $11,500 — paid by Jon Knauf, of Kerrah Simmentals,...
Bull Leafland 190114 fetched the top price of $11,500 — paid by Jon Knauf, of Kerrah Simmentals, near Wairoa — via Bidr.
Inspecting cattle before the sale are David and Jayne Timperley, of Mt Nessing, south of Fairlie.
Inspecting cattle before the sale are David and Jayne Timperley, of Mt Nessing, south of Fairlie.

About 70 people attended the Leafland Simmental 20th annual bull sale in North Taieri last week.

There were 18 bulls on offer and the average price was $6844.

Reporter Shawn McAvinue was there to catch the action.

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