10k bulls and positive outlook from Remolea Herefords Speaking at his third annual on property ban sunglasses bull sale this week, the Remolea Poll Hereford Stud principal ray ban sunglasses 2016 models said he could only see the industry getting better in the next few years. "With the way cattle and beef is going in Australia and overseas, it the most ray ban sunglasses models positive I seen it in all my life," Mr O said. There were two stand out bulls. Lot 3 Remolea Kenworth K83 (P), a Trefoil Park Blair son, was purchased by Wallan Creek Herefords, Drillham, Queensland for $10,000. Lot 8 Remolea Kenya K35 (S), an Evesham Bomber modelos ray ban B52 son, was also purchased for $10,000 by Sid and Margaret Fletcher, Old Koreelah, New South Wales. Eight of the other bulls reached the $7000 7500 mark. "There was a fair bit involved in getting set up to hold the sale at home, but it really paid off. It so easy now to get the bulls out of the paddock and into the yards ready for selling." Mr O said their rainfall has been well below average for several years. "We had a lot of showery weather but not a lot of decent falls," he said. "The rain has been too far between to do anything good with it. We haven had any running water for a couple of years and the dams are getting low." When Mr O caught up with Rural Weekly he said he had just recently finished planting oats. "We are a few months behind, I usually doing it in February," he said. "When we have oats we feed them to the bulls but otherwise they go on a high hay ration.
"And they are supplemented to be prepared for sale with some grain." The O bulls were sold to buyers across the Western Downs, including Taroom, Blackall, Dalby and some more locally to Clifton and Felton. The buyers were 50% new and 50% repeat.
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