Venturon Livestock Charolais sets $36,000 WA record for Thompson family at Boyup Brook

By Jodie Rintoul
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:28pm, first published March 4 2022 - 4:00am
Prices hit $36,000 for this Charolais sire, Venturon Raise The Bar R1, to set a new State record price for the Charolais breed, when it sold to the Minnie-Vale Charolais stud, Narrabri, NSW, at the Thompson family's Venturon Livestock on-property bull sale at Boyup Brook last week. With the bull were Nutrien Livestock, Manjimup and Bridgetown representative Laurence Grant (left), Elders WA stud stock manager Tim Spicer, Venturon Livestock principals Andrew, Anne and Harris Thompson, Nutrien Livestock, Boyup Brook agent Jamie Abbs and Elders auctioneer James Culleton.

AFTER hosting a highly successful inaugural on-property bull sale last year, you couldn't wipe the smile off the faces of Venturon Livestock principals Andrew, Anne and Harris Thompson, as it was a dream come true after 28 years in the seedstock industry.

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