Repeat buyers were in attendance at the 10th annual Violet Hills Charolais bull sale at Rydal last Thursday where a $10,000 top price was reached. Overall 29 of the 36 bulls offered were sold by auction to achieve an 81 per cent clearance and an average of $6086. Long time clients Bryden and Maria Perry, from Rothsay in the Bylong Valley, purchased the $10,000 sale topper Violet Hills Plantagenet. Brought forward in the selling order, the 20-month-old was a red-factor, polled son of home-bred sire Violet Hills Jolly Joker, who also sired the 2019 top-priced bull that sold for $11,000.

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