2021 Bull Sale – Overwhelmed, humbled and extremely grateful for everyone’s support ..

2021 Bull Sale – Overwhelmed, humbled and extremely grateful for everyone’s support ..

2021 Bull Sale – Overwhelmed, humbled and extremely grateful for everyone’s support ..

July 25, 2021

We would like to thank everyone who supported our sale today, thank you for your contribution to the sale, to our friends and family thank you for all your help today and leading into the sale and most importantly thank you to all the buyers and underbidders for supporting our genetics and program.
We are extremely grateful and humbled by today’s results.

46/46 bulls sold to $30,000 twice (Lot 3. Heart Nectar Q57 & Lot 12. Heart Nectar R21) & av. $15,913.

Thank you again to everyone who support and contribute to the Heart Angus program.

 

Overwhelmed, humbled and extremely grateful for everyone’s support today…Thank you.

Posted by Heart Angus Stud on Wednesday, July 7, 2021

 

 

Heart Angus sells all of its 36 bulls under the hammer to average $7084 – 2020 On Property Bull Sale

Heart Angus sells all of its 36 bulls under the hammer to average $7084 – 2020 On Property Bull Sale

Heart Angus sells all of its 36 bulls under the hammer to average $7084 – 2020 On Property Bull Sale

July 29, 2020

TOTAL CLEARANCE AT HEART ANGUS BULL SALE. Chris Paterson of Chris Paterson Stock & Station Agent delivers the sale report from the Heart Angus Stud Bull Sale, held today Wednesday 8th July 2020.

Prices topped at $13,000 for one of the first S Powerpoint WS 5503 sons to sell in Australia. The sale averaged $7084, with support from repeat and new clients.

 

Heart Angus buy top priced female at final Wattletop Angus sale

Heart Angus buy top priced female at final Wattletop Angus sale

Heart Angus buy top priced female at final Wattletop Angus sale

April 19, 2018

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.

Heart Angus adds new sire from WA

Heart Angus adds new sire from WA

Heart Angus adds new sire from WA

March 19, 2018

Farm Weekly | Kane Chatfield | 5 March 2018

Cherylton Farms eclipsed the stud’s previous $14,500 record top price on three occasions at the sale with prices of $15,000, $15,500 and the new record price of $26,000 paid for Cherylton Klooney M62.

Klooney was the third Cherylton bull to enter the ring and had bidders vying for his services before being knocked down to the Paterson family, Heart Angus stud, Tamworth, New South Wales.

The 778 kilogram AI bred, mid-July 2016-drop bull was among the first crop of Millah Murrah Klooney K42 (sold for $80,000 at the 2015 Millah Murrah sale) sons to be offered and out of a Coonamble Elevator E11 daughter Cherylton Pride J55.

Heart Angus stud was established in 2011 and held its first on-property sale last year.

Chris Paterson said they have a fair bit of Millah Murrah blood in their 120 registered breeders and share a couple of Millah Murrah donor cows with Cherylton.

He said Klooney will go well with their cow herd to help keep producing good types.

“It has real sirey appeal, good outlook, weight for age and moves well and its dam’s sire goes back to an outcross for our stud,” Chris said.

Tamworth Angus Stud hits a sale high of $15,000 at first sale

Tamworth Angus Stud hits a sale high of $15,000 at first sale

Tamworth Angus Stud hits a sale high of $15,000 at first sale

July 18, 2017

Large crowd converged on “Sandown” Timbumburi, near Tamworth today to witness the inaugural Heart Angus on-property bull sale hosted by Natalie and Chris Paterson.

 

The $15,000 bull LOT 14; Chris Paterson, Heart Angus, Tamworth with top price buyers, Jane Randall and Sarah Hamilton, Barraba and auctioneer, Paul Dooley, Tamworth

Near 50 registered buyers helped clear the lot and set a sale average of $9517.

Twenty nine bulls sold to top at $15,000 with 15 bulls selling into double figures.

In the breakdown, thirteen 2016-drop bulls topped at $14,000 twice and averaged $9154 whilst sixteen 2-year-old bulls averaged $9812.

Jane Randall and her sister Sarah Hamilton from Barraba attended the sale on behalf of parents Peter and Dale Hamilton and came home with the “best bull in the draft” Lot 14

Heart Long Time L60, a 21-month old Premier Right Time G6 son weighing 910 kilograms and measuring a scrotal circumference of 44 centimeters.

Out of a N Bar Bando daughter, L60 boasted breedplan figures of +134 for 600-day, +77 for carcase weight, +4.3 for eye muscle ares (EMA) and +1.8 for intramuscular fat (IMF).

This was a first time purchase for the Hamilton’s who run a commercial beef operation with 800 breeders consisting of mainly Angus.

They mainly supply feedlots with the blacks and plan to use L60 over the black females to achieve higher performance and higher growth.
Four bulls reached $14,000 in the sale with long time supporter Neil Higgins, “Old Crockford” Nowendoc, securing two of these bulls.

Mr Higgins secured a Connealy Confidence son and a Millah Murrah Doc H324 son both rising 2 year old bulls weighing 878 and 870 kilograms respectively.

Lot 13, Heart Longreach L26 measured breedplan figures of +3.1 for birth weight, +107 for 600-day, +63 for carcase, +7.2 for EMA and +0.5 for IMF and Lot 15, Heart Louis measured +2.7 for birth weight, +4.4 for EMA, +1.1 for EMA.

Mr Higgins has been purchasing from the Paterson family since the inauguration of the New England Angus Breeders sale and complimented the very quiet temperament of the bulls and weight gain influence they have on his herd.

The bulls will be used over a Hereford base with progeny targeted for local feature weaner sales annually.

$14,000 was also the top for the younger draft of bulls with Glen Innes stud breeder, Herb Duddy, Sara Park Angus securing Lot 3 Heart Ten Million M11, a 17-month old S A V Ten Speed son weighing 756 kilograms and Wendouree Grazing Company, securing Lot 4, Heart Mark Up M17 a 16-month old Plattemere Weigh Up K360 son weighing 768 kilograms.

Volume buyer was newcomer, Breck Johnston, “Glenbarra” Manilla who secured 7 bulls to top at $12,000 and average $8715.

Mr Johnston was looking for “the 2 T’s – Temperament and Testicles” to compliment his commercial beef enterprise consisting of mainly Angus.

Stud principal Chris Paterson was overwhelmed with the sale result.

“It was well above my expectations and it was great to see a mix of return clients and new faces”

Angus bulls reach $13,500 at NEAB sale

Angus bulls reach $13,500 at NEAB sale

Angus bulls reach $13,500 at NEAB sale

June 18, 2017

A TOP price of $13,500 was achieved at the 60th annual New England Angus Breeders sale at the Tamworth Regional Livestock Exchange on Wednesday.

Seventy six bulls were offered, with 62 selling for a clearance of 81 per cent and average of $6669.

Heart Lorenzo L8, a 15-month-old son of Karoo D24 Right Time G166 and Heart Dolly H2, topped the sale, selling to Jack Callinan, “Poitrel”, Ellerston. The bull weighed 716 kilograms, had a scrotal circumference of 40 centimetres, and estimated breeding values (EBVs) of +49, +90 and +124 for 200-, 400- and 600-day weight and +67 for carcase weight.

The second highest selling bull was Heart Kelso K24, purchased by Neil and Colleen Stackman, “Bungara”, Niangala. He was a 24-month-old bull by SAV 707 Rito 9969 from Millah Murrah Flower E172 and weighed 890kg. Kelso measured 42cm in the scrotum and had EBVs of +49, +92, +118 for 200-, 400- and 600-day weight and +68 for carcase weight.

Gavin Groth, “Dunnee”, Barraba, bought Old Kentucky Gabba K55, a 24-month-old son of Dunoon Gabba G548 and PJ Dream F03, for $12,000. He weighed 902kg, had a scrotal circumference of 42cm and had EBVs of +45, +84 and +112 for 200-, 400- and 600-day weight and +69 for carcase weight.

Greg Watson, “Parkway”, Merriwa, was the volume buyer, taking home five bulls for a top of $7000 and average of $5200. James Hockey, “Springfield”, Spring Ridge, bought four bulls, topping at $5500 twice and averaging $4750. David Pitt, “Rywung”, Weabonga; Mal Carter, Manilla; and Warongah Pty Ltd, “Lyndhurst”, Manilla, each purchased three bulls for averages of $5333, $8500, and $6833 respectively.

Trowbridge BBB stud principal Chris Garvin and buyer Brian Powell, Yamba Angus, with the $9000 heifer, Trowbridge BBB Wilcoola L88.
Trowbridge BBB stud principal Chris Garvin and buyer Brian Powell, Yamba Angus, with the $9000 heifer, Trowbridge BBB Wilcoola L88.

In the female sale, 10 of 11 heifers sold in the auction, topping at $9000 for a Trowbridge BBB heifer and averaging $3750.

Trowbridge BBB Wilcoola L88, an eight-month-old heifer by Trowbridge BBB W39 Equator J7 from Trowbridge BBB Wilcoola Z01, sold to Brian Powell, Yamba Angus, Narrandera. Ewen and Marg McLeish, Outwest Angus, Coonamble, were the volume buyers in the heifer sale, purchasing four head for an average of $2250.

The sale was conducted by Chris Paterson Stock and Station Agent and Purtle Plevey Agencies, with Paul Dooley auctioneering.