Consistent angus cattle genetic principles yield profitable outcomes

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Investing in quality genetics reaps rewards for long time Te Mania Angus clients offering females in the AuctionsPlus Eastern States cattle sales on Friday 9th December.

Walgett beef producers the Wickman family from Walgett, offered 121, 28 – 30 month old 1st calving heifers, remated with spring born calves at foot which sold for $2,975 per head.  The purchaser was Michael OBrien, Walgett.

The Wickman’s also offered 85, 28 – 30 month old 1st calving heifers, remated with spring born calves at foot which sold or $2,750 per head.  These heifers were purchased by Mark Evans, Walgett.

Sold through Independent Agents, Clemson Hiscox and Associates, the females come from a pure Te Mania blood herd and have been solely using Te Mania genetics for the past 15 years.

In the following A+ sale last Friday, Eastern States sale no 719, Team Te Mania member Tonga Station, offered a total of 308 females.

Most of the females had spring born calves at foot and remated.

The females sold to a top of $2,960 for lot 936.

The top priced lot were 12, 27 – 28 month old females with spring born calves at foot and remated.

Tonga Station have been using Te Mania Angus genetics since 2000. These females presented a unique opportunity to access top quality genetics from a most respected Angus herd that has been run under strict commercial conditions.

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