You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image.By Stephen Jaquiery Slideshow Section 0 Comments John (J.J) Nolan, of Haast, riding Spot, fords the Okuru River on Thursday while bringing in a mob of calves destined for Friday's 23rd annual Haast cattle sale. John (J.J) Nolan, of Haast, riding Spot, fords the Okuru River on Thursday while bringing in a mob of calves destined for Friday's 23rd annual Haast cattle sale. Mr Nolan drives a mob of home-bred cattle on their short trip to the Turnbull saleyards. Turning the mob into the saleyard gates. Cattle arrive by truck from further afield. Visitors to the Haast cattle sale may go home with more than prime beef. A stock agent displays the details of a pen of cattle being offered for sale. A mobile coffee unit does a brisk trade among sale-goers. Haast farmer John Nolan. This old caravan is the venue for registrations by potential buyers. Buyers, vendors and stock agents during the auction. Truck drivers share stories while waiting for the sale to conclude. PGG Wrightson auctioneer John McKone prepares to knock down a pen of cattle. Stocks agents and farmers on opposite sides of the pen. Haast cattle sale. A pen of cattle awaits the gavel. Stock trucks gather for loading at the conclusion of the sale. Dave Webster circles a pen of cattle. Spectators watch the sale. Otago Daily Times illustrations editor Stephen Jaquiery spent two days with his camera at the Haast cattle sale last week. Read the story: Stud proves a winner Photo prints available from otagoimages.co.nz. Comment now Add a Comment Login or register to post comments.