By Jamie Brown, Courtesy of The Land - 26 Jun 2021
Dalkeith Q076 and Dance Comrade Q73 sold to top prices for Hillview Hereford and Tyler Angus studs at Tyringham via Ebor on Saturday, pictured with stud principals Kayla Hartley and Greg Tyler. Courtesy of The Land.
Tyler Angus stud at Tyringham held a record sale and 42 of 43 lots sold on a clear and crisp Saturday with the rising two year old Angus bull Dance Comrade Q73 by Connealy Comrade 1385 selling for $9000 to the DPI research farm at Trenayre via Grafton for likely use in sire trials.
Under-bidder on the top-priced bull, the Grills family, Waverley at Guyra, came away with the two year old Tyler Qudo Q004 by Mountain Valley Intensity M236, from an Outwest Abigail - going back to the Millah Murrah line - for $5500.
Angus bulls, eight head, averaged $5250.
Hill View Herefords' portion of the sale topped at $8500 for the two year old poll Dalkeith Q076, herd performance registered by Matariki 100380 from a Dalkeith Dividend, going to Greg and Belinda Makejev, Bonalbo.
Another Dalkeith bull, Q417 by Nude N030 sold to $8000 going to Waterhole Pastoral, lower Macleay.
Horned Hereford bulls averaged $4227 for 11 head. Poll Hereford bulls, the same number, averaged $4545.
The top priced horned Hereford bull was the two and a half year old Hill View Porky P109 by Jindalee Kilmory K094 from a Hill View Minerva going to Jim and Di Freeman, Shady Acres at Tyringham.
The horned Hereford bull Mountain Valley Que Q030 by Grassmere Gallant 996 sold for $5500 to Mark Lamond, Eden Creek via Kyogle to be put over Brahman cows for first cross heifer production. He also came away with two Hereford heifers for $1700 each
Poll Hereford heifers, five head, averaged $2500; horned heifers, the same number, averaged $1980.
The Helmsman sale was conducted by Ray Donovan Stock and Station Agents, Grafton, with Mitch Donovan officiating, in conjunction with Ray White and Elders agencies at Dorrigo.