16th Annual Russell Clark Production Sale
16th Annual Russell Clark Production Sale
The top priced Tuli bull (HBH 10 241) that sold for R41 000 at the 16th Annual Russell Clark Production Sale.
Photo: Courtesy of Sheard Auctioneers
Staff Reporter

Highest (bull): R60 000

Dordrecht – The 16th Annual Russell Clark Production Sale of KRM Hereford and HBH Tuli took place at Hartebeesthoek on 11 October 2012. Fourteen Hereford bulls sold for an average of R23 860. A 50% share of KRM 10 00 10 was sold for R46 000 to HAW Long from Dargle. KRM 10 00 24 was sold to Chris & Gregg Sephton of Barkly East for R60 000.

Tuli bulls averaged R24 700, with HBH 10 241 selling for R41 000 to Dennis Macdonald of Bethulie. Thirteen Tuli cows in calf averaged R9 115, with the top price of R11 000. Six cows with calves averaged R8 235, with the top price of R9 000. One 3-in-1 cow sold for R9 500. The auctioneer was Brandon Leer, and Sheard Auctioneers conducted the sale.




Issue date: 01 February 2013



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