Elite tops at $10,000 twice for Mega Jackpot & Bang ‘n’ Burn

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Elite Cattle Co Principals, Glen Waldron and Kim Groner with Mick and Lenore Cole of Wilmore Downs, Capella with their new purchase, Elite Mega Jackpot. Photo by Peter Lowe

By Peter Lowe, QCL

Progressive young studmasters Glen Waldron and Kim Groner, Elite Cattle Company, Murwollock, Meandarra, Queensland, made a bold move 12 months ago to host their first on-property bull sale and that decision has paid off handsomely after clearing their entire draft on Thursday.

Co-principal Glen Waldron said it has been incredibly hard work, but very rewarding at the same time especially after achieving a total clearance in such a tough season.

Sole selling agents Elders with Michael Smith in the rostrum sold a total of 49 bulls for a $5,745 average which compromised 36 Charolais bulls for a $5,205 average and 13 mostly black and red Simmental bulls for a creditable $7,115 average.

Central Highlands bullock producers Mick and Lenore Cole, Wilmor Downs, Capella, Qld, paid the $10,000 equal top black Simmental money for Elite Mega Jackpot (P) as did Olinda Grazing Company at Baralaba, Qld, for Elite Bang ‘N’ Burn.