In what can only be described as an awesome sale Palgrove Charolais delivered lot after lot. The first record to fall was the stud’s top price, with Palgrove Pioneer (P) (R/F) rocketing to a high of $64,000 early in the sale. Palgrove Charolais rewrote the record book on the 11th September when 94 Charolais bulls set a new breed record average of $19,622. Top price was $64000 for Palgrove Pioneer (P)(R/F) purchased by Len and Sue Bode, Percol Plains, McKinlay, the 24-month-old entered the ring at 984 kilograms, had an eye muscle area of 144 square centimetres, and measured 42cm in the scrotal. In total the Bodes, long time supporters of Palgrove purchased four sires for an average of $35,250. Image courtesy Palgrove Pastoral Co.
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