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Pictured from left to right: Nick and Keira Brownson with sons Henry and Charlie of Burdekin Brahmans and Cassandra and James Kent of Kent Biff and Peter and Maria Kisa with daughters Elaine and Haley of Palm Creek Brahmans, Sophie and Lawson Cam of Campbell Brahmans, and Renee and Blake Keysa of Padilla Brahmans. Photo supplied.

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Over 100 meticulously produced bulls, females and genetics have been selected for the third annual Great Northern Brahman Sales taking place on October 20 and 21.

Sale will begin on Thursday, October 20, at the Airlie Beach Hotel, from 5 p.m., with approximately 10 female Brahman red and gray, as well as high-quality Brahman sperm and embryo packages available for purchase.

The sale will then move to the Proserpine Fairgrounds on Friday, October 21, where more than 70 Red Brahman bulls will be on display for sale, starting at 11 a.m., along with another 30 red and gray females.

Selling group spokesman James Kent Biff Kent said he and his fellow sellers are “extremely proud” to offer a group of red Brahman bulls that they feel epitomize their breeding programmes.

“As a group of suppliers, we all focus on commercially relevant Brahman education and focus on the industry,” Kent said.

“This has resulted in the group of sellers making a significant investment within the breed, purchasing several leading dams and dams over the past 10 years which gives us confidence that the sale will only strengthen in the future.

“We feel this year’s draft bulls show strong carcass traits, bones, weight for age, breed type, and consistency, and there is a large surveyed display showing beef traits expected of their horned counterparts.”

Lot 32 Cambil Gregory 6350 (IVF) (PS). Photo by Kent Ward.

Mr. Kent said the location and timing of the sale offer northern commercial producers the opportunity to purchase high-quality Red Brahman oxen at the right time of year to join spring, while also catering to producers of high-quality seed and oxen that they may have missed during Brahman week.

Lot 32 Cambil Gregory 6350 (PS) and Lot 45 Cambil Mandalay 6338 (PS) were bred from Red Brahman’s leading donor NCC Dienka 3652, who gave birth to imported semen in the surveyed Pathfinder and the surveyed Pappo, both showing superior length with Strong lines and attractive nobility are sure to attract the interest of major commercial producers and entrepreneurs alike.

Lot 42 Ooline Elroy is another notable dad who has the traits you would expect from an Ooline Brahmans bull, with a massive bone, growing with age, saggy skin and a baby boomer appeal.

“Another notable is Palm Creek Baroah (Lot 58), a surveyed son of Palm Creek father Red Pancho who shows fertility with a negative daily parturition.”

On Thursday evening, the Whitsunday Vets Genetics major sale will begin with Lot 1 being the ‘Pair Choice’, where interested buyers can choose between two identical full sisters in poll (PP) guaranteed to hold the 2021 Houston Grand. Bull Hero Mr. H Pride of Maddox.

“What a great way to start this year’s sale by choosing a pair, allowing potential buyers to choose between two gorgeous gray-haired females with a guaranteed pregnancy of one of America’s finest Brahman bulls,” Kent said.

“Lot 4 of the Night Cuts is one for the Masters of the Red Seasons, as the Vienna Ooline (PS) is a dark red polled female and presents a unique breed that gives her a lot of variety with the possibility of joining.

“There are also a number of semen packs that will lure buyers with Nicneil Sugar Daddy’s $180,000 second offering, along with PP Super sire Kenrol Darroca and first-edition import DB Betero 1/578 and Pink Nose dad Carinya L Torrance. “

Lot 42 Olin Elroy. Photo supplied.

The six best sellers: Cambil, Ooline, Kent Beef, Badilla, Palm Creek and Burdekin are all family owned and operated businesses that all share a passion for breeding groundbreaking Brahman genes to improve the breed.

In previous years, the selling group has seen buyers come from all over Queensland and the Northern Territory.

This year will be the first time the sale will offer a set of bulls, with the first sale in 2020 offering calves only, while in 2021, an online Jenny sale will take place during beef week, and another sale will take place for calves on the first weekend In October of the same year.

“Over the past two years we have been very successful in offering Brahman females in red, gray and genetics. As this is the first year the bulls are on display, the group of vendors is committed to ensuring that the assortment is of the utmost quality. Buyers should get great value For the money when it comes to their purchases at this year’s sale.”

All parts in sale 2022 will be available for inspection by making an appointment with the relevant dealer, or by contacting dealerships Josh Heck or Georgie Connor of GDL Rockhampton. It will also be available for inspection at the Proserpine Showgrounds on Wednesday, October 19, before the sale.

Those who are unable to attend one or both sales in person can bid from home via the Elite Livestock Auctions online platform.

You can view the catalog by visiting Sale website.

The 2022 Great Northern Brahman Sale is proudly sponsored by Whitsunday Vet Services, Williams Stock Feeds, Milne Bros Proserpine and Gough Plastics.

For pre-sale inquiries, please contact GDL Rockhampton dealerships Josh Heck 0409732676 or Georgie Connor 0428347550.

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