72nd sale welcomes  three new vendors

LAST YEAR: Judge Andrew Klippel, Sugarloaf Creek Herefords, Towong, Victoria with Grant Kneipp, Battalion Herefords, Dundee, and his son Travis.
LAST YEAR: Judge Andrew Klippel, Sugarloaf Creek Herefords, Towong, Victoria with Grant Kneipp, Battalion Herefords, Dundee, and his son Travis.

THE 72nd annual Glen Innes Hereford Bull Show and Sale will be held at the Glen Innes saleyards on July 27 and 28. 

On offer this year will be 114 horned polled bulls and six heifers. 

This year there will be 22 vendors – three of which are first time vendors to the sale, with some from southern NSW and Victoria.

Judging of single bulls, pen of three and pen of six will start at 1pm, Thursday, July 27, at the Glen Innes Saleyards. The sale will start at 11am, Friday, July 28, immediately followed by the females. Bulls are sold in two runs from each vendor starting with last year’s highest average vendors.

Vendors and guests are invited to attend a barbecue dinner Thursday night after to show at the New England Club where the colour ads in the catalogue are auctioned for the next year, plus there’s a mystery auction for the Northern Hereford Youth Group.

Last year a new record top price was set at $45,000 by Battalion Black Hawk K7 (H), Battalion Herefords, Dundee. 

The full catalogue is listed on the Herefords Australia website.

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