Glenellerslie Herefords has a quality line up for its 26th on-property sale, with 29 Hereford and 18 Poll Hereford bulls to be sold on February 12 from 1pm by helmsman auction.
This year’s excellent draft includes the first sons of $65,000 sire, Glendan Park Keno.
The rest of the Hereford bulls are sired by Warwick Court Electric, whose $10,000 son topped the sale in 2017; Kaludah Kyle, whose 2018 equal sale-topping son, Quinlan 2 made $10,000; Bingeberry Trailblazer E048, who’s progeny topped the sale in 2014, 15 and 16 (including Nomad for $13,000 in 2015 and Outstanding for $12,000 in 2016).
The polled offering includes sons of Quamby Plains Jaguar. Two of his sons, Quail and Quill, sold for $10,000 each in 2018. Yarawa South Jamaica, Cloverlee Joker and Glenellerslie Napoleon are the other sires represented.
All of the bulls carry the Glenellerslie Guarantee, they are semen tested, vaccinated twice for Vibrio and inoculated with Multimin and 7-in-1.
Glenellerslie bulls are famous for their docility and doing ability. Established by Gordon and June Smith in 1974, and run by Ross and Mandy Smith with son Blake and the help of daughters Alicia and Rebecca, Glenellerslie operates a certified grass fed, EU-accredited fattening enterprise alongside the stud operation.
For more information phone 6946 4233 or visit www.herefordsaustralia.com.au.