The Roma Simmental and Simbrah Sale Results

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‘Not a bad day at the Office’ for team Billa Park at today’s Roma Simmental and Simbrah Sale. We are extremely pleased, to say the least, with the solid results realised today with our draft of bulls, Scott and Claire advised.

For the Billa Park draft alone, 48 from 48 sold for 100% clearance, to top the sale at $13,000 and attain an average of just under $7,000 ($6,968). A solid panel of repeat buyers, who continually return year-after-year, supported consistently — and words can’t express how grateful we are to them, Scott said.

Our top-priced bull, lot 2, sold to the McKenzie family of Blackwater; thank-you Ken and Kerry.Burnett Enterprises of Clermont put together an impressive draft of seven Billa Park bulls to average $8,000 for his draft and included $11,000 for lot 4; thanks as always John and Jan (+ Jake).

Ingelara Grazing of Rolleston, paid $10,000 per bull for their two lots, lot 3 and 29; Stuart and Sheree, forever thankful for your support. Thank-you also Joe and Felicity, Karinya Cattle, and Leon, Sheryl and Emma for supporting us again with your bulls purchased today.Other volume buyers today included Kinnon family, Longreach and Hartley Grazing, Roma. Full results including the other vendors, Bareen and Fairhaven – overall was 100% clearance with an overall average of $6658.

Scott and Claire, thanked all buyers, bidders and supporters, the Elders and GDL Studstock teams, the team at Elders Roma, and Peter Lowe for the coverage.

Photos credit Peter Lowe, Qld Country Life and Scott & Claire York.