Categories: Auction Results

Sale of the Greys Limpopo

Highest-prices cow with heifer calf sold for R130 000.

Bela-Bela – The Sale of the Greys Limpopo Brahman auction was held on 5 August.

Paul Duarte of Bela-Bela bought the highest-priced cow (BOS 12 240) with heifer calf at foot for R130 000, and highest-priced white heifer (BOS13 322) for R90 000.

The highest-priced red heifer was sold to Rid Bravo Investments of Zimbabwe for R18 000. The sale was conducted by André Kock and SHM Auctioneers, with Clive Gardner as the auctioneer.

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Sindira Chetty
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