Production Sale

2020 PRODUCTION SALE

Friday 14th August, 1pm

On-farm at “Waitara” Trangie

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Waitara Angus annual bull sale will go ahead this year on Friday 14th August on farm and interfaced with Auctions Plus.
With online photos and videos available in July, private inspections and our “as normal as possible” on farm selling system there should be a way everyone can inspect and purchase their bulls in a way they feel comfortable with in the current COVID climate. Give Steve a call to discuss your bull needs for 2020.

Sale starts at 1pm

Inspections from 9am on sale day, or by private appointment prior to the sale.

The sale will be interfaced with Auctions Plus.

This year we offer 32 two year old bulls by sires such as Pathfinder General K7, HPCA Intensity and our own Traction son Waitara Liberator L16. More details coming soon.

To request a copy of the printed catalogue please contact us.

Online catalogue and downloadable PDF are now available.  Photos and videos below.  Weight sheet now uploaded!

LOT 1- P48 WEB
LOT 1 WAITARA GENERAL P48

SIRE: PATHFINDER GENERAL K7

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LOT 2 WAITARA PRODIGY P41

SIRE: H C P A INTENSITY 7102

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LOT 3 WAITARA PROSPER P91

SIRE: H C P A INTENSITY 7102

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LOT 4 WAITARA KNOWLEDGE P130

SIRE: THE ROCK GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

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LOT 7 WAITARA PRINCETON P90

SIRE: CHILTERN PARK MOE M6

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LOT 11- P47 WEB
LOT 11 WAITARA GENERAL P47

SIRE: PATHFINDER GENERAL K7

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2019 Production Sale Wrap Up - August 2019

A big thank you to all who came to this year's sale. There were regular purchasers and some new faces too and we value you all. The sale saw 17/32 sell to a top of $12,000 and average $5900, and we have since sold all the rest. We are pretty happy with the result given the season. Thank you to everyone who helped out on the day.

The genetics you are investing in now will still be in your herd well into the late 2020's. Congratulations on investing in quality. Cheers, Steve & Amity