The Palgrove Team would like to extend our appreciation for the support we received on Friday for our ‘Window of Opportunity’ Female Sale. Only twice in the last decade has Palgrove opened access to our renowned cow herd and we are grateful for our returning and new clients who continue to back our breeding programs with confidence. We wish our purchasers all the very best with the newest editions to their breeding herds.
Strong support online saw females sell to 5 states across Australia; reaching as far north as the Atherton table lands, west to Western Australia and to southern Victoria is testament to Palgrove genetics having built in reliability, resilience and performance in various climates.Sale Day Averages:
- 100% clearance, sale averaged $9,390
- 31 of 31 cows and calves offered, sold to an average of $12,193
- 2 of 2 Donor flushes offered, sold to an average of $12,500
- 15 of 15 ‘Show prospect’ heifers offered, sold to an average of $7,733
- 34 of 34 Joined heifers offered, sold to an average of $7,382
- Sale Top Price: Lot 38, Palgrove Flare R163E (P) R/F, sold for $24,000 to Matt & Ann-Marie Collins, Kenmere Charolais, Holbrook NSW.
- Top price cow & calf: Lot 24, Palgrove Nanette N469E (P), sold for $23,000 to Darren & Tracey Mellross, Torrie Lodge Charolais, Young NSW.
Photos courtesy of QCL.