Western Australian prefix, Fieldhouse Stud, Jurien Bay and Wickepin operated by the Mutton family hosted their inaugural on-property sale at Jurien Bay recently. In all 93 bulls averaged of $6586, up $479 per head on the 2021 WABIG Sale at Narngulu. Fieldhouse also sold an additional 37 bulls compared to the 2021 result. The $15,000 top seller, Fieldhouse 00 (P), (first image) sold to the D’Arcy family, Lyndon Station, Minilya. The April 2020-drop, 722kg son of Voltage is out of a Strathfield Apollo daughter. Second top at $13,500 was for Fieldhouse 118 (P) (760kg) (second image) a son of Ritual sold to return clients, Kimely Pty Ltd, Eneabba. Interstate competition saw another Voltage son, Fieldhouse 135 (P) sell for $11,000 to Waringle Stud, Canondale. Hamersley and Rocklea stations manager Mark Lanyon, Tom Price, was the volume buyer in the Fieldhouse offering purchasing 17 bulls to a top of $8500 twice and an average of $5971. The third image is the $15,000 top seller, Fieldhouse 00 (P) with Nutrien Livestock, Pilbara and Gascoyne agent, Shane Flemming (left), buyers John, Mollie and Sean D’Arcy, Lyndon Station, Minilya, Fieldhouse stud co-principals, Kerryn and Ben Mutton, Wickepin & Jurien Bay and Nutrien Livestock, Wickepin agent, Ty Miller (Images © Farm Weekly and Fieldhouse Stud).