Celebrating a centenary of operations on Mt William Station, The Abbott Family posted a solid result at their 20th On Property Sale. There were 42 bulls offered for sale at the milestone event, and 38 sold to a top price of $10,000. The average price was $5960, $2000 down on last year, which may have been a sign of the current dry conditions. The stud also offered a select amount of nine purebred Charolais heifers. These were eagerly sought after with all nine clearing to a top price of $2600, and an average price of $2166. Mount William Neptune, sired by Silverstream Geddes, was described in the catalogue as being “an early maturing, deep, well-muscled bull, who was very thick set but maintained softness”. This bull was selected by George Crocombe and Angela and Robert Perkins, Narweena Station, Dunkeld. Neptune was ranked in theĀ  Top 15% MCW, top 20% EMA, top 15% rib, top 10% rump fat.

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