Ticoba bull sale averages $9,393

By Peter Lowe, QCL

Matt Bishop, Hourn & Bishop Qld, Moura, and Matt Kirk, Ticoba Station, Mundubbera, with buyer John Howard, Burleigh Estates, Mountain View, Biloela, who paid $16,000 for Ticoba 1215 (P). Photo from QCL

A quartet of Ticoba bulls attracted $16,000 including Ticoba 1215 (P), a 25-month-old AI son of the $210,000 Wheatland Kill Switch (P) and his younger team mate Ticoba 1210 (P), a 14-month-old pure Simmental son of LBR Crockett R81 (P) which were bought by John, Vicki and Jack Howard, Burleigh Estates, Mountain View, Biloela.

Vaughan Campagnolo and Sarah Truran, Savannah stud, Myponga, South Australia, also shared in the limelight after selling Savannah P66, a homozygous polled son of TNT Bootlegger Z268, for $16,000 to 8PK Pastoral through TopX Australia.

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