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Glendan Park hits a new high at $76,000 | The Land

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​*38 of 41 bulls sold to $76,000, av $11,842

GLENDAN Park’s annual on-property sale was a record-breaker for the stud’s 32-year history of breeding Herefords.

Glendan Park Quarterback – Lot 21 – was the highly sought after bull on offer, being inspected and viewed by studs across Victoria and NSW in the lead up to the sale.

Lot 21 was a 22-month-old son of Yavenvale Giteau, who was in the top 1 per cent for milk and intramuscular fat (IMF).

He was secured for $76,000 by a syndicate of Lotus Herefords, Glen Innes, NSW, and Supple Herefords, Guyra, NSW.

“He has a lot of animals in his pedigree that we’ve been watching, and trying to put into our program here, and he runs back to the Fern family of cows from Widgiewa, that are a beautiful…



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