The inaugural and recent Cloncurry Bull Sale proved an outstanding success for the stud. Staged at the Cloncurry Bull Selling Complex, Cloncurry the sale saw bulls top at $70,000 to average of $15,745 for the 47 registered and herd bulls sold within the sale.

Sale topper at $70,000 was the 27-month-old Glenlands D Cobb & Co (PP) (pictured). With raw data of 818kg, 140EMA, a scan of 11/9mm the son of Glenlands D Utube sold to Fred and Julien Johnson, Chipahill Stud, Biloela. Losing bidders was the Mutton family, Fieldhouse Stud, Wickepin, Western Australian. Our herd bulls topped at $19,000 in a market witnessed our physical product sell to all areas of Queensland and into the NT. Five sons of Utube set an average of $27,800 with these heading to both leading commercial and seedstock operations. One of the these sold to our co-vendor, the Eddington Stud, Julia Creek operated by Anthony and Rachael Anderson for $18,000. Eddington Stud ended with two bulls for on average $18,500. These topped at $19,000 for a son of Glenlands D Stormboy.
Glenlands Thor (P) sons topped at $22,000 to average $19,000 for the trio. These topped at $22,000 selling to the Clermont based, Bassalt River Pastoral Company, Huntly Station who took to average $14,200. Keirnan and Company, Bygana, Clermont accounted for 11 for on average $16,100. Their selections topped at $19,000 for the top selling herd bull, a 22-month-old (PP) entry. Rostron Grazing, The Grove, Alpha took 10 bulls for a $15,300 average to top at $18,000 for a polled son of Glenlands D 14/3300 aged 27-months.
Pastoral giant, Tipperary Station, Darwin, NT also took 10 also and for on average $9400 topping at $11,000 on two occasions. Jim and Betty Brown, Mayfield Station, Duchess took with them eight from both stables for an average outlay of $11,125 to top at $14,000.  Charlie Hawkins and family, HC Pastoral, Toowoomba selected two for a $14,000 average topping at $18,000 for another of the Utube sons. Yet another of the Utube sons sold for $20,000 to the Fegan family, Milgery, McKinlay who purchased two to average $16,000. Peter and Carol Davies, The Nobbies, Cloncurry bought three to average $11,000 while Ashley Smith, Strathroy Station, Julia Creek selected two from both operations for on average $16,000 topping at $18,000. Ray Scott Pastoral, Fairfield Station, Bauhinia collected five for on average $10,400.

Sale agents: Queensland Rural, TopX Australia and Elite Livestock Auctions.