Kenmere Charolais sold bulls to a record top price of $16,000, twice, at its 7th annual on-property sale on Friday. The Holbrook based stud sold 31 of the 44 bulls offered for an average price of $6565. The first of the top-priced bulls was Kenmere Padlock (pictured right), an artificially insemination-bred son of LT Long Distance, sold to return clients CM Pastoral Company, Moama. Stud co-principal Ann-Marie Collins said Kenmere Padlock was out of a very good heifer line. The two-year-old was a first calf of Kenmere Ping L90E whose genetics go back to a foundation sire for the stud, that being Kenmere Dakota Spur.

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