Ardcairnie Angus sells to top of $17,500

By Kane Chatfield
Updated July 4 2022 - 11:36pm, first published February 14 2022 - 9:00pm
Values reached $17,500 twice at the first annual Ardcairnie Angus bull sale for new stud owners the Dewar family held at the Gingin saleyards last week. With one of the equal top-priced bulls Ardcairnie Reviver R337 (by Blackrock M17) were Nutrien Livestock Gingin agent Greg Neaves (left), buyer Glen Wilkinson, G & N Wilkinson, Badgingarra and Ardcairnie stud co-principals Jessica and Joe Dewar, Guilderton.
Values reached $17,500 twice at the first annual Ardcairnie Angus bull sale for new stud owners the Dewar family held at the Gingin saleyards last week. With one of the equal top-priced bulls Ardcairnie Reviver R337 (by Blackrock M17) were Nutrien Livestock Gingin agent Greg Neaves (left), buyer Glen Wilkinson, G & N Wilkinson, Badgingarra and Ardcairnie stud co-principals Jessica and Joe Dewar, Guilderton.

THE Dewar family enjoyed a memorable sale debut as new owners of the Ardcairnie Angus stud, hosting its first annual bull sale at the Gingin selling complex.

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