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Successful 14th annual Rayleigh stud sale

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The results of the14th annual Rayleigh Hereford Stud bull sale at Narrabri on Friday again confirmed that ‘regardless of seasonal conditions, quality pays’ commented Nutrien Narrabri agent Bruce Evans.

Sale attendees from the western areas commented on their low rainfall this year compared to the Narrabri district. However, the Rayleigh sale of bulls and females bred at the Holcombe family’s long established stud saw the top price bull sold for $22,000 with 24 out of 28 sold to average $12,292. The annual sale again drew buyers from a wide area of NSW and Queensland joined by online bidders.

“There was an outstanding turnout of new and repeat buyers at the 14th annual Rayleigh Bull and Female Sale on Friday” reports Nutrien Narrabri agent Bruce Evans. “Buyers travelled from Queensland, Southern NSW, the Mid-North Coast and throughout Northern NSW.

Top Price Heifers in 2021

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2021 Top Price Heifers

Lot 32 Rayleigh L Lacey R85
Purchase for $5500 by
Killarney Station

Lot 35 Rayleigh S Lilly R66
Purchased for $5500 by
Killarney Station

Lot 43 Rayleigh S Jan R80 
Purchased for $5500 by
Ulambi Poll Herefords

Top Price Bulls from 2020

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Here are the top price bulls for 2020

Here are the top price bulls for 2020

Lot 2 Rayleigh Quincy Q017
Purchased for $20000 by
G & W Steiner

Lot 1 Rayleigh Quinella Q065
Purchased for $18000 by
Parmedman Pastoral Co

Lot 27 RayleighQuench Q107
Purchased for $18000 by
Nowley Past Co

New Sale Complex

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“Rayleigh Poll Herefords”

New Sale Complex all but finished at:



We look forward to showing it and our cattle off to everyone at our Annual Bull and Female Sale on Friday the 9th of July 2021.

Rayleigh Poll Hereford sale boasts $12,000 top price

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North west producers armed with renewed optimism from the season at hand were among the buying gallery at the Rayleigh Poll Hereford bull sale where bulls boasting breed leading marbling figures were highly sought after.

Youth members looking for foundation bloodlines and repeat clients chasing new genetics supported the annual sale of the Holcombe family near Burren Junction on Friday with prices soaring to $12,000.