Interstate take top-end at Grassy Creek

Interstate take top end at Grassy Creek


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The top-price ram was purchased by Shaun Beasley, East Gippsland, Victoria, for $6000. Pictured is Craig Wilson, Craig Wilson and Associates, Wagga Wagga, Michael Corkhill, Grassy Creek, and Rick Power, Landmark Studstock.

The top-price ram was purchased by Shaun Beasley, East Gippsland, Victoria, for $6000. Pictured is Craig Wilson, Craig Wilson and Associates, Wagga Wagga, Michael Corkhill, Grassy Creek, and Rick Power, Landmark Studstock.

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A large crowd flocked to the Grassy Creek Merino sale held on-property at “Tarengo” Boorowa today to see a strong result with interstate buyers taking the top end.

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A large crowd flocked to the Grassy Creek Merino sale held on-property at “Marengo”, Boorowa, on Monday (October 10) to see a strong result with interstate buyers taking the top-end.

The Corkhill family sold 97 of the 100 rams offered for an average of $2340.

Poll rams saw the top money reach $6000 when East Gippsland producer Sean Beasley purchased Grassy Creek 150216 a son of WoodPark 342.

Birrellan Pastoral Co, Bigga, followed suit purchasing another poll ram for $5250

G.F. and R.K. Davidson, Walpa, Victoria, continued the interstate trend purchasing the top-price Merino ram at $3750.

The sale was conducted by Landmark Boorowa with Rick Power the auctioneer.

The story Interstate take top-end at Grassy Creek first appeared on The Land.

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