2019 Bull Sale

 

Bannaby Angus 2019 Annual Bull Sale will be held at midday on Saturday 24th August, 2019.

Final numbers for the sale will be confirmed in July, but we are anticipating offering approximately sixty 15 to 24 month old bulls, including sons of VAR Discovery, Ascot Hallmark, Matauri Reality, Musgrave Aviator and VAR Generation

Sale bulls will be available for viewing on the day of the auction and during Southern Beef Week on Saturday August 3, 2019 between 8am and 4pm.

Catalogues will be available late July.

 

Previous Bannaby Angus Sales

2018 Bull Sale

 

The eighth annual Bannaby Angus Bull Sale took place on Saturday 24th August, 2018.   On the day, thirty-seven 18-24 month old bulls were sold for an average price of $5,284.

Buyers came from across the Southern and Central Tablelands of NSW.   The $10,500 top price bull, Bannaby Berkley M114, was sold to Boambolo Pastoral, Yass.   Volume buyers included Mt David Agricultural, Bathurst (6 bulls), Lee Macarthur Onslow, Goulburn (3 bulls), Narranbulla Pastoral Co., Goulburn (3 bulls), Andrew Kelly, Rugby (3 bulls) and Eubindal Pastoral Co., Yass (3 Bulls). 

2017 Sale Review

The seventh annual Bannaby Angus Bull Sale took place on Saturday 19th August 2017.   On the day, thirty-eight 18-24 month old bulls were offered for sale, together with forty commercial yearling heifers.   All lots were sold to achieve a 100% clearance.

The $12,000 top priced bull, a Thomas Up River son out of Vermont Dream B227, was sold to Scott Kensit, Hollywood Pastoral Co, Crookwell. Hollywood also picked up two EF Complement ET sons out of The Grange Wilcoola D15 for $11,000 each.   Other volume repeat buyers included Wicklow Properties, Roslyn (5 bulls), Lee Macarthur Onslow, Goulburn (4 bulls) and Narranbulla Pastoral Co, Goulburn (4 bulls).

The sale average was $7,471 and buyers were again able to buy top quality bulls at very reasonable prices across a broad range of prices as outlined below:

$12,000                          1 bull

$11,000 - 11,500            3 bulls

$9,000 - $9,500             7 bulls

$8,000 - $8,500             6 bulls

$7,000 - $7,500             7 bulls

$6,000 - $6,500             8 bulls

$5,000 - $5,500             5 bulls

$4,000 - $4,500              1 bull

 

 

 

 

2016 Sale Review

The sixth Bannaby Angus Bull Sale took place on Saturday 20th August, 2016.

We offered 46 bulls with a 100 percent clearance rate.    In line with other 2016 bull sales, it was strong sale with the average price up 60 percent on the previous year.    The top price of $13,000 was achieved twice and the average price for the sale was $7,870, which was the average for Angus bulls sold in New South Wales in 2016.

Lot 1, Bannaby Reality K63, was sold to Anvil Angus in Victoria for $13,000.   Anvil has enrolled K63 in the 2016 Angus Sire Benchmarking Program.   Anvil also purchased Bannaby In Focus K182 for $9,000.  

The other top priced bull was Bannaby Thunderbird K203, an SAV Thunderbird son out of a Kenny's Creek donor cow that was purchased by Guy Milson, 'Cardross', Goulburn.   

Other top sales were Bannaby Regent K162, a Tuwharetoa Regent son out of donor cow Bannaby Edwina G17 to 'Hollywood' Crookwell for $12,000 and Bannaby Total Impact K157, a Poss Total Impact son out of donor cow Bannaby Jedda E60 to John Blake, Goulburn for $11,000.

Buyers were well represented from the Southern Tablelands, Central Tablelands and Victoria.

The range of prices achieved was:

$13,000                     2 bulls

$12,000-$12,500       1 bull

$11,000-$11,500        1 bull

$9,000 - $9,500         9 bulls

$8,000 - $8,500       13 bulls

$7,000 - $7,500         8 bulls

$6,000 - $6,500         5 bulls

$5,000 - $5,500         6 bulls

$4,000 - $4,500         1 bull 

 

2014 Sale Review

The fourth Bannaby Angus bull sale took place on Saturday 23rd. August, 2014.

The number of bulls available for sale was down on previous years because we chose not to offer DD carrier bulls.   As a consequence only 30 bulls were offered, with a clearance rate of 93%.  Buyers had the opportunity to buy top quality genetics at very reasonable prices, with the average price being $3,785.

Buyers came from the Southern and Central Tablelands and the South Highlands.

The range of prices achieved was:

  • $5,500                            2 bulls
  • $5,000 to $5,250          3 bulls
  • $4,500 to $4,750          2 bulls
  • $4,000 to $4,250          7 bulls
  • $3,250 to $3,750          1 bull
  • $3,000                          13 bulls

2015 Sale Review

The fifth Bannaby Angus bull sale took place on Saturday 22nd August, 2015.

On the day we offered 42 bulls with a 100 percent clearance rate.   The top price of $8000 was achieved three times and the average price for the sale was $4,927, up 30 percent on the previous year.  Once again buyers had the opportunity to buy top quality genetics at very reasonable prices.

Buyers came from the Southern Tablelands, Central Tablelands, Southern Highlands, ACT and South Australia.

The range of prices achieved was

  • $8000                            3 bulls
  • $7000 to $7500             1 bull
  • $6000 to $6500             6 bulls
  • $5000 to $5500             7 bulls
  • $4000 to $4500           19 bulls
  • $3000 to $3500             6 bulls

 

2013 Sale Review

The third Bannaby Angus bull sale took place on Saturday 24th August, 2013.

A total of 51 bulls were catalogued with 43 offered for sale, with a clearance rate of 86%.   Given the market,  bidding was relatively strong and the sale average was similiar to last year at $4067.   Our buyers had the opportunity to get some of the best genetics available in Australia at very reasonable prices.

Buyers came from the local area - Taralga, Roslyn, Gurrundah, Golspie, Laggan and Goulburn - and surrounding areas.

The range of prices achieved was: 

  •  $7,000 and over           1 bull
  •  $6,000 to $6,500          1 bull
  •  $5,000 to $5,000          8 bulls
  •  $4,000 to $4,500           7 bulls
  •  $3,000 to $3,500           20 bulls

The top price was $8,000 for Lot 4 Bannaby 458 Design G25, a son of Sitz New Design 458N.   The second top price was $6,000 for Lot 2 Bannaby Directon G51, a son of Ardrossan Direction E14.  The proceeds of Lot 2 were donated to the Black Dog Institute.   There was strong interest in 14 month old ET bulls from some of the leading donor dams at Bannaby Angus. 

2012 Sale Review

The second Bannaby Angus bull sale took place on Saturday 25th August 2012. A total of 40 bulls were offered for sale with a 93% clearance.

 Buyers came from the local area (Taralga, Roslyn and Goulburn), as well as Bathurst, Orange, Blayney, Mudgee and Robertson.

The range of prices was:

  • $7,000 and over -  2 bulls
  • $6,000 to $6,500- 1 bull
  • $5,000 to $5,500- 4 bulls
  • $4,000 to $4,500- 14 bulls
  • $3,000 to $3,500 -16 bulls

The top price was $8,500 for Bannaby Equator F106, a son of Millah Murrah Equator D78, purchased by the Hundy family from Mudgee.

The proceeds of Lot 3, Bannaby Equator, F144, were donated to the Black Dog Institute.   The bull sold to Ian Stephenson, Wicklow Properties, Roslyn for $5,000.

Click the link below to download the full list of sale results.

 

2011 Sale Review

The inaugural Bannaby Angus bull sale took place on Saturday 28th. August, 2011.   The Sale Shed was full to capacity with, quite literally, standing room only.    A total of 39 registered bulls were offered and achieved a 100% clearance at auction.   The top price was $8,000 and averaged $4,875.

Buyers were well represented from the local area - the Southern Tablelands, as well as from the Southern Slopes, the Central Tablelands, the Southern Highlands and the South Coast.

The range of prices was:

$7,000 and over - 2 bulls

$6,000 to $6,750 - 8 bulls

$5,000 to $5,750 - 14 bulls

$4,000 to $4,750 - 4 bulls

$3,000 to $3,750 - 7 bulls

$2,500 to $2,750 - 1 bull

The top price bull was Lot 1, Bannaby Solution E4, a son of GAR Solution, purchased by Macarthur-Onslow Angus Stud, Goulburn.  Bundarbo Station, Jugiong, took home 12 of the bulls sold that day.  Michael Ball of Sutton Forest took home Bannaby Hytime E1, a participant in the second round Angus Sire Benchmarking Program.