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$22,000 record set at Biara sale | Farm Weekly

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HEIGHTENED demand for top Santa Gertrudis genetics saw the stud record books rewritten at the 16th annual Biara on-property bull and heifer sale at Northampton last week.

Lively bidding competition from WA pastoralists and local beef producers, along with interstate stud interest, saw the sale set a new $22,000 record top price and new record averages for bulls and heifers along with an eventual total sale clearance.

The heights of the sale were overwhelming for the Hasleby family, but proved a fitting tribute for Biara stud founder Lloyd Hasleby who passed away recently.

During an emotional opening to the sale, Biara stud co-principal John Hasleby honoured his late parents Lloyd and Barbara for their contributions to getting the stud to…



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