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Langdene's 2012 Auction Sales

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Another on property sale over to top off a fantastic year for Langdene. The sale was a huge success following on from outstanding results in Bendigo, Hamiliton and Dubbo. Click on the thumbnail to the right to download The Land newspaper's report on our sale.

 

The on property sale attracted buyers from Vic, WA and all over NSW, including several new buyers for the first time. This year there were 119 sold from a cataolgue of 120; due to rise in demand from an increasing client basis.

 

There were many favourable comments from clients and agents regarding the well presented and even line up with an average body weight of 94.6kg and micron of 18.1. Their consistency was shown through the average price of the sale; $2346.

 

The sale topped at $9000, sold to Pat Millear, Stud Park South, Wilaura, Vic. The top priced ram was an embryo transfer bred lamb. He also had 5 other full brothers in the sale which were in high demand, averaging $6200.

 

The second top priced ram was $8500, a full brother to the top priced ram, sold to Wattlegrove P/Ship and Taylor family of Dunedoo.

 

Other buyers included BP Freeth and Sons, Collie,  one ram to $7000, Peter & Ken Pastoral, Crookwell, two rams to $6500 and $6000 (full brothers to the top priced ram).

 

Volume buyers include Belmore Ag, Yeoval 10 rams to $2000, Paspaley Pearls, Kurrajong Park, Coolah, 18 rams to $2200, and Geurie Rural with 12 rams. Buckulla Pastoral Co, Burren Junction with 9 rams and Earlston Pastoral Co, Gravesend and the Leader family from Binnaway with 6 rams each.

 

This years sale had 35 rams selling from $1500 to $800, making them very afforable.

 

The Langdene team would like to thank all the buyers and supporters of our sheep throughout the year. We wish them the very best with their purchases and encourage clients to approach us with any queries they may have.

 

Throughout the year Langdene has achieved the highest sale average at Hamilton and Dubbo, reflecting the high quailty, consistency and growing demand for Langdene genetics throughout Australia.

Download our sale report as it appeared in The Land newspaper.