Heart Angus buy top priced female at final Wattletop Angus sale

Wattletop Angus sell the last of their stud females at Guyra

The Land| Kirra Kelly| 28 April  18

In the breakdown, all 58 PTIC L cows sold to a top of $14,000 and averaged $6035; 113 of the 114 PTIC M cows sold to a sale high of $24,000 and averaged $6389 and 44 from 45 weaner N heifers topped at $20,000 and averaged $5568.

M99 sold for $24,000 to Chris Paterson and son Jye, Heart Angus Tamworth, pictured here with auctioneer, Paul Dooley; Wattletop’s Lock Rogers and Sam Sewell, Ray White Livestock.

A rising 2-year old, Black Pearl 2006 daughter, Wattletop Ann M99, PTIC to Wattletop G188 topped the sale at $24,000 selling to Tamworth stud, Heart Angus.

Stud principal, Chris Paterson and his son Jye, selected the heifer on structural merit matched with well rounded EBVs.

“Good depth of body with an impressive outlook and femininity. She suits our program.”

“She will calve a month before our cows so will fit in well to flush her in spring” added Mr Paterson who admitted to sourcing top end cows to improve the Heart Angus herd.

The Paterson’s also secured Wattletop Barunah N68, a weaner heifer by Franklin G188 for $10,000.