ADVERTISING FEATURE: Ideal time to replenish sires

EXCITING TIMES: A wide variety of breeds will be on offer including four Brahman sires plus two females and with  the beef market still riding historic highs, now is the time to purchase that new sire.
EXCITING TIMES: A wide variety of breeds will be on offer including four Brahman sires plus two females and with the beef market still riding historic highs, now is the time to purchase that new sire.

The lead-up to the spring joining season on the Mid North Coast means that most beef producers thoughts turn to securing replacement sires, so Kempsey Stock & Land’s 29th Annual All Breeds Bull Sale will be an event not to be missed this year.

Kempsey Stock & Land’s 29th Annual All Breeds Bull Sale will be an event not to be missed this year.

The sale will be held at the Kempsey Regional Saleyards on Saturday, July 29, commencing at 11am, and with 84 bulls and 28 females on offer, there is sure to be a bull to meet almost every need.

A wide variety of breeds make up the catalogue: 4 Brahman sires plus 2 females, 8 Brangus plus 24 females, 37 Angus plus 2 females, 15 Hereford, 2 Simmental, 2 Bonsmara, 4 Charolais, 1 Charbray, 8 Speckle Park derived, and 2 Santa Gertrudis bulls.

With the beef market still riding historic highs, now is the time to purchase that new sire to increase the quality of your herd, or replace your older used sires while the fat market is still so strong.

Local coastal and long-time stud supporters have again put together a great catalogue, with Banarra Brahmans and Riverview Brahman Stud both presenting sires, while Inavale Brangus and Blue Mango Holdings will again put down an excellent line of Brangus bulls and females.

Angus will be well represented by Ballyclare, Custom Angus, Huntingdon Park Angus, Oakland Park Angus, Dungay Park Angus, Sunny Hills, Morton Estate, Kogo Angus and Rivergum Angus prefixes.

An increased line-up of Herefords will come from Homeleigh Herefords, Vanjarra Poll Herefords, Hillview Herefords, Bucklebah and Belmont studs, while Vicden Simmentals have two sires, and TTM Trading Bonsmara will also present two bulls.

Waterfall Agriculture and Little Valley Charolais will represent the Charolais breed, Paul Sherd’s Glen Vista stud will offer two sires, and Balmoral Park Charbrays have a bull catalogued.

T.T Speckle Park will supply the Speckle Park dark infused bulls, and the lone Welsh Black is from the Meander herd.

For more information on any of the offering, please feel free to contact any of the Kempsey Stock & Land team on (02) 6562 6600, or email the office at admin@kempseystockandland.com.au.

An Open Day for participating studs will be held Saturday  July 22 between 10am and 3pm providing a chance to pre-inspect bulls.