"Very satisfying" is how Marellan Shorthorns stud principal Lincoln Job described the 100 per cent clearance and hefty $9500 average price paid at their annual on-property sale on Monday.
The newest bull sale on the Queensland stud scene made a positive impression on those who attended at Roma on Friday, where many said they would be back next year with their cheque book.
Four studs topped the jaw-dropping $20,000 average mark at the National Droughtmaster Sale at Gracemere.
The bull that sparked the idea for the Woonallee N Simmental collaboration between South Australia's Tom and Lizzie Baker and Nobbs Cattle Co's Brett Nobbs helped deliver an outstanding result at the venture's second Queensland sale at Inverrio, Duaringa this week.
Buyers from central Queensland had a chance to buy bulls in their own patch at the Clermont Beef Bull Sale on Tuesday.
King Island and the Atherton Tableland might be thousands of kilometres apart, but that doesn't mean they both can't share the limelight when it comes to producing top-notch steak.
The stands around the Moongool Charolais on-property sale ring at Yuleba on Monday afternoon were crackling with as much electricity as the approaching rain front when bidding duels resulted in a huge boost to the stud's average sale price.
The inaugural Telpara Hills Brangus bull and female sale was a stunning success, with buyers scrambling to buy the quality genetics.