The yarding will comprise of 308 PTIC heifers which in the main are Angus, 171 PTIC cows and five PTIC cow and calf units.
The increased catalogue of 391 springing first cross heifers was widely regarded as the best seen at the fixture, with the vendors' meticulous preparation of their PTIC bucket-reared, vendor guaranteed heifers not going unnoticed.
The milestone feature sale will be held on AuctionsPlus on Monday, December 6, commencing at 2pm (WST).
Buyers were greeted to an excellent representation of home bred sires, the majority out of first calvers, which impressed with traits equal to the top performers in the breed.
The Tullibardine Murray Grey stud is one of the oldest in Australia, having been established by Mr Murray's mother Margaret in July 1966 with Angus cows which she used to breed up to purebred.
This year's competition attracted 103 bulls with 84 of them cleared under the hammer at public auctions.
Compiling genetics from leading Murray Grey producers from across the country, the Premier Murray Grey sale was hosted online via AuctionsPlus on Saturday.
Five sales in 12 months culminated in a world record-breaking event today at Oberon for the Humphries family of Wattle Grove Speckle Park.
The Nundle stud set a new world record for a Speckle Park cow of $70,000 at its stage one dispersal sale.
The Howard family could not have foreseen the huge effort, time and dedication required to hold a stud stock cattle sale, but it was all worthwhile when their offering of bulls, females, embryo and semen packages attracted strong buying support in the room and online.