Slide show: Earnscleugh Station Bull Sale

Earnscleugh Station owners Duncan and Amanda Campbell relax after their 36th Annual Bull Sale...
Earnscleugh Station owners Duncan and Amanda Campbell relax after their 36th Annual Bull Sale near Alexandra last week.
Siblings Blake (9) and Holly (8) Campbell serve snacks to people as the auction runs in the...
Siblings Blake (9) and Holly (8) Campbell serve snacks to people as the auction runs in the woolshed at Earnscleugh Station.
Annabelle Bould, plays with her cousins Harry (middle, both 3) and Jack (2) Stewart, all of West...
Annabelle Bould, plays with her cousins Harry (middle, both 3) and Jack (2) Stewart, all of West Otago.
Catching up before the sale are (from left) Richard Anderson, of Bannockburn, Murray Dennison, of...
Catching up before the sale are (from left) Richard Anderson, of Bannockburn, Murray Dennison, of Cromwell, and Rob McGregor, of Earnscleugh.
Angus bull Earnscleugh Mackenzie got the top price of $16,000 for the breed at the sale.
Angus bull Earnscleugh Mackenzie got the top price of $16,000 for the breed at the sale.
Composite bull Earnscleugh 199147 got the top price of $12,500.
Composite bull Earnscleugh 199147 got the top price of $12,500.
Hereford bull Earnscleugh Matty got the top price of $9000 for the breed at the sale.
Hereford bull Earnscleugh Matty got the top price of $9000 for the breed at the sale.

The Campbell family welcomed buyers to the Earnscleugh Station 36th Annual Bull Sale in Central Otago last week.

Of the 109 bulls offered — 30 Hereford, 34 composite and 45 Angus — about 80 sold, for an average of about $7000.

Shawn McAvinue photographed people at the sale.

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