Fairview’s Inaugural On-Property sale clears 100%

TOP SELLER: Tony Horvath, Fairview Black Simmentals, purchasers Elaine Pampling and Vaughn Pampling of Derbyshire Downs, Augathella, David Phillips, Elders, Mitchell, and Roslyn Ware, Fairview Black Simmentals, with Fairview Payload P56.

The demand for genetics from Fairview Black Simmentals far outweighed the number of bulls on offer at Mungallala Friday 14th August.

Tony Horvath and Roslyn Ware’s first on-property sale saw all 22 bulls sell for a 100 per cent clearance rate and average of $9386, in what Mr Horvath said was a very pleasing result.

Top money of $15,000 was paid by the Pampling family, Derbyshire Downs, Augathella, to secure Fairview Payload P56 (PP) (AI) (B).

Read more by Hayley Kennedy at QCL

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Have you seen our advertising campaign in your rural paper? QCL, The Land & Stock & Land have been running crossbreeding feature pages where ASBA has been involved in promoting the benefits of cross breeding to the wider audience.

Need some promotion in your state? Give us the heads up on the best avenue to promote the breed in your area.
Great to see those members taking advantage of these promotional features as well.

Tip of the Week

If you’re using the online registration service to enter ET calves and using first time recips, send us an email with the recip ident, year or DOB of the recip and her breed composition, before you submit the batch. Makes the import run more smoothly if the recip is already on file.
Recip idents should be your herd ident, followed by a zero for a base animal, then R for recip followed by her visual number – ie: ABC0R123