IBR Red Angus bull and female sale
New date – Wednesday September 18, 2013
“Kerwee” Jondaryan, Qld.
50 Elite Yearling Bulls
12 Specially selected females
Sale Report - September 28, 2012
35 yearling bulls – topped at $6,250 to average $3480
9 yearling unjoined heifers – topped at $4,500 (twice) to average $2,400
Sale topper was 14 month old IBR G52, a son of 5L Norseman King selling to Lynette Nicholson, Jimbour, Qld
Volume buyers included Coleraine Stn, Richmond, Qld – 6 bulls at $3,780; Bungaringa Pastoral, Mitchell – 5 bulls at $3,350 and Tirrabella Pastoral, Julia Creek – 4 bulls at $3,375.
Top Priced female was $4,500 (twice) was paid by Neil and Kathy Gardner, Killabakh, NSW for two 12 month old unjoined heifers. The first was HRAG41 by Hicks Make My Day Y573 and the second was HRAG157 by Paringa Red Ada E12.
The bulls pictured below are examples of what we at IBR are striving to breed.
About the IBR Bull Selection Program
When you purchase an IBR bull you can rest assured that you are buying from a strict no nonsense program, as the IBR program is markedly different than almost ALL seedstock producers. Cows are exposed to an eight week joining – any cow who fails to get in calf OR wean a calf is automatically culled with absolutely no exception. It is this selection criteria that gives our bull customers confidence to invest in the IBR program. Lines of bulls that are structurally sound, have superior fertility traits and have plenty of muscle. They can also walk out and perform under Australia’s harsh conditions.