THE Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale has wrapped up for 2018, with organisers and vendors hailing the event a huge success.
Despite drought conditions affecting much of Queensland and New South Wales, buyers enthusiastically bid on the almost 950 grey and red Brahmans on offer.
The final day saw the last of the red Brahmans go through the ring, and bidding was energetic from the start.
A total of 324 red Brahmans were sold on Tuesday and Wednesday, to an average of $9,676 to gross $3.135 million.
The top priced red of $95,000 went to Muan Pastoral Company, for Muan A Sundown, Len Gibbs and family, Biggenden. It sold to Keith and Annabelle Wilson, Samari Plains, Surat for $95,000.
The greys were just as successful on Monday and Tuesday, with 479 selling to average $9628 and gross $4.612 million.
The top price grey bull of $100,000 went to Steve and Theresa Taylor for Clukan Axel, which was purchased by the Harriman family, GI Brahmans, Muttaburra.