Past Sales

2020

Thank you to everyone who played a part in our 2020 bull sale.

We really appreciate your support, and are excited to see our bulls going to work in so many great operations.

We sold 28/28 JK bulls, for an average of $9500, and sale top of $18,000.

Our 23 Angus averaged $9108 and topped the sale at $18,000, while our 5 Brangus averaged $11,300 and topped at $15,000.

Angus Top Price: $18,000
Lot 33 - Glenoch JK Pannikin P643
Sold to Chris Kemp, Eungy Pastoral Co, Blackall

Brangus Top Price: $15,000
Lot 63 - Glenoch JK Pittsburgh P519
Sold to Douglas Grazing, Morven

Overall Sandon Glenoch Angus Bull Sale Results: 
Clearance: 95% (103/108 bulls sold)
Average: $8539
Top: $18,000

We wish our clients all the best with their new purchases.

Sale Agents: Ray White Rural Dalby, Ray White GTSM, Guest Auctioneer Wayne York.

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Above: Kate and Justin Boshammer, JK Cattle Company, Condamine, with purchaser of the top priced bull Chris Kemp, Eungy Pastoral Co, Blackall and David Felsch, Ray White Rural, Dalby, at the Sandon Glenoch sale (Image: Helen Walker, Queensland Country Life).

Queensland Country Life Sale Report Extract:

The sale topped at $18,000 for the two-year-old Glenoch-JK Pannikin P643, a son of Basin Payweight 107S, and offered by Justin and Kate Boshammer, JK Cattle Company, Condamine.

He was bought by Blackall district cattleman Chris Kemp, Eungy Pastoral Company, to be joined over Santa Gertrudis Hereford cross breeders. Mr Kemp said he had been looking for a son of Basin Payweight 107S for some time and was delighted to secure him.

"I really wanted to try these genetics so I was prepared to pay the money," he said.

2020 High Prices

LOT 29

$11,000

NEBO, QLD

Sire: Glenoch-JK Makahu M602

LOT 30

$10,000

NEBO, QLD

Sire: Glenoch Kallangur K112

LOT 33

$18,000

BLACKALL, QLD

Sire: Basin Payweight 107S

LOT 34

$13,000

MORVEN, QLD

Sire: Glenoch Kallangur K112

LOT 45

$14,000

TAROOM, QLD

Sire: Glenoch-JK Makahu M602

LOT 46

$12,000

MITCHELL, QLD

Sire: Glenoch-JK Makahu M602

LOT 49

$10,000

ROMA, QLD

Sire: Glenoch Hinman H221

LOT 50

$14,500

THALLON, QLD

Sire: Glenoch Kallangur K112

LOT 63

$15,000

MORVEN, QLD

Sire: Nindooinbah F707

LOT 64

$11,000

ARCADIA VALLEY, QLD

Sire: Our Farm J102

LOT 65

$14,500

MITCHELL, QLD

Sire: Triple B Lamont L594

LOT 66

$11,000

AUGATHELLA, QLD

Sire: Belview First Class M177

LOT 76

$10,000

ROMA, QLD

Sire: Musgrave Apache

LOT 78

$11,000

MAIDENWELL, QLD

Sire: Glenoch-JK Makahu M602

2019

Thank you to everyone who supported our 2019 bull sale.

We sold 16/16 JK bulls for an average of $8093, and the sale top of $17,000.

The top price bull was Lot 19 - Glenoch JK Napalm N602, who was purchased by repeat clients, Peter & Vicki Howard, Emerald.

We also sold two bulls to seedstock operations:

Lot 35 - Glenoch JK Nevertire N519 (Brangus) to Brad & Nicole Saunders of Pheasant Creek Brangus, Wowan QLD

Lot 41 - Glenoch JK Nimbus N631 to Granite Ridge Angus, Avenue Range, South Australia

Thank you to all buyers and underbidders, we really appreciate your support of our program.

We wish our clients all the best with their new purchases.

Sale Agents: Ray White Eastern Rural Dalby, with auctioneers Lincoln McKinlay and Michael Glasser, Glasser Total Sales Management.

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Above: GTSM auctioneer Lincoln McKinlay, vendors Justin and Kate Boshammer, JK Cattle Company, Condamine, and David Felsch, Ray White Eastern Rural Dalby, with the top price bull Glenoch-JK Napalm N602, purchased by Peter and Vicki Howard, Nogoa Pastoral, Duckponds, for $17,000 (Image: Hayley Kennedy, Queensland Country Life).

2018

Thank you to everyone who supported our 2018 bull sale.

We sold 19/19 JK bulls for an average of $10,500, and the sale top of $17,000.

Thank you to all buyers and underbidders, we really appreciate your support of our program.

Sale Agents: Ray White Livestock and Glasser Total Sales Management.

Queensland Country Life Sale Report Extract:

Greg Peck, Purtora, Blackall was the satisfied repeat buyer who secured Minister, along with another two bulls on the day. He has been impressed with the forage ability of the Sandon Glenoch Angus bulls, which have worked well in his environment. The Angus premium and market flexibility are also important factors behind his breeding decisions.

Minister was sired by a homebred son of LT Driven in Glenoch Kembla K305, and was bred from one of the herd’s best cows, Glenoch-JK Ann C102. C102 boasts fertility data of nine calves for an average calving interval of 364 days, and featured in the pedigree of another four bulls in the sale. She is also the great grand-dam of lot 19, Glenoch-JK Makahu M602, who was withdrawn after being sold prior to the sale for $25,000 to Glatz’s Black Angus, Avenue Range, South Australia.

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Above: The $17,000 top priced bull was lot 21, Glenoch-JK Minister M640. Purchaser Greg Peck, Purtora, Blackall is pictured with vendors Justin and Kate Boshammer, JK Cattle Company, Condamine, Michael Glasser, Glasser Total Sales Management, and Roger Lyne, Ray White Eastern Rural, Dalby.

MAKAHU M602 SELLS INTERSTATE FOR $25,000

In 2018, we sold Glenoch-JK Makahu M602 to Glatz Black Angus, Avenue Range, South Australia for $25,000 prior to auction.

They have since sold a 50% physical share to Mandayen Angus for $20,000. He is now one of Australia's highest rated Angus sires for semen sales, and is marketed globally by Agri-Gene.

Glatz's first sons of M602 sold at auction in February 2021, with 13 bulls averaging $13,923, and selling to a top of $18,000 twice.

M602 has been a standout since he was a young calf. He exhibits all the proven characteristics of his maternal grand sire, Glenoch Hinman H221. Beautiful skin type, fast growth, balanced at every angle, fantastic temperament, and he goes further to add extra softness and scrotal size.

His pedigree is first class, and in particular his maternal pedigree. K615, F606, C102 are magnificent looking cows, who always calve early. The maternal granddam of C102 is Wattletop Ann P55. Lock Rogers rates this GT Maximum cow as one of his best, having produced 63 progeny and grossing around $170,000 in bull sales.

 


 

Glenoch-JK Makahu M602
ID: QLLM602
DOB: 06/08/2016
Sire: MATAURI REALITY 839
MGS: GLENOCH HINMAN H221

M602 March 2020

Above: Makahu M602 as a mature bull (3 1/2 years of age).

Reference Sire GLENOCH-JK MAKAHU M602

Above: Makahu M602 at 22 months of age.

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