Charolais bulls sold to a top of 4,000gns in Brecon on Thursday 9 October at the breed society’s official sale within the centre’s multi-breed beef event.
Gower Cartier at 4,000gns
Leader at 4,000gns was the reserve champion, Gower Cartier, an 18 month old by Mowbraypark Paramount son and out of the Royal Welsh female champion, Gower Taffeta dam of the £10,000 Royal Welsh junior male champion, Gower Armarni. Bred and exhibited by Richard and Alison Tucker, Gower, Swansea, the buyer was H Morgan, Brecon.
At 3,000gns the champion, the 21 month old Wesley Commando was knocked down sold to JP Wyatt, Monmouth. Bred by Wesley Estates, Markfield, Leicester, Commando was a Maerdy Rock son was out of a Bassingbourn sired homebred cow.
The same buyer, JP Wyatt went to 2,000gns for Roger Everall’s (Shrawardine, Shrewsbury), Shraden Bruno, a two year old Shraden Osram son and out of a homebred cow going back to Loganbar Herdsman.
A second 2,000gns bid was made, this time by Messrs Davies, Carmarthen for Oakchurch Commandeur from J Price, Stanton-on-Wye, Hereford. Sired by Tattenhall Impeccable, he was out of a Mowbraypark bred cow by Mowbraypark Paramount.
Averages: six bulls £2,450
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