The best season on record for WA bull breeders

By Jodie Rintoul
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:07pm, first published May 4 2022 - 5:00am
The Kitchen family, Bandeeka Simmental stud, Elgin, sold the season's $82,000 top-priced bull at the WALSA & Farm Weekly Supreme Bull Sale at Brunswick in March to set a WA State record price for a bull sold at auction. With the record priced bull Bandeeka Rusty R35 (P) which was purchased by TG Marshall, Denmark/Cranbrook, were Nutrien Livestock auctioneer Michael Altus (left), Elders, Donnybrook representative Pearce Watling, Nutrien Livestock, Capel agent Chris Waddingham, Bandeeka Simmental stud principals Loreen and Tony Kitchen, Elgin, Geoff Pope and Tom Marshall, TG Marshall and Nutrien Livestock, Kojonup agent Troy Hornby.

THERE is money in beef at the moment and this year's bull selling season proved it, with the season once again a bull market for beef seedstock producers.

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