North West Sim Auction
North West Sim Auction
The top priced Simmentaler bull (PJO 10 89) from Taaibosspruit Boerdery that sold for R80 000 at the North West Sim Auction to J & K Steyn Trust of Wolmaransstad.
Photo: Courtesy of Clive Gardner Auctioneers
Staff Reporter

HIGHEST (BULL): R80 000

Lichtenburg – The North West Sim Auction was held on 26 July. The offer consisted of 200 Simmentaler and Simbras. The top priced Simmentaler bull (PJO 10 89) of Taaibosspruit Boerdery was sold for R80 000 to J & K Steyn Trust of Wolmaransstad. The top priced Simmentaler cow (PJO 06 18) of Taaibosspruit Boerdery was sold for R57 000 to HC Franck of Lynwoodridge.

The highest priced Simbra bull (LZ 09 48C) of Rotswand Simbras was sold for R40 000 to I Kruger of Kyalami. The top priced Simbra cow (BW 09 177B) of Boswald Simbras was sold for R16 000 to Martiens de Jager of Rustenburg.This auction was hosted by Clive Gardner auctioneers. 

Issue date: 07 September 2012

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