Averages for the classified male component (85 bulls) values climbed to $6606 and purebred counterparts topped at $13,000 to average $5056 for the nine sold.
When compared to the 2011 result all categories rose in value.
The overall sale average increased by $133 per head, ‘S’ averages improved by $195/hd and purebred mediums rose by $1771/hd.
However, 11 less bulls were sold in a market when compared to the previous years result.
International support was again evident at the sale.
Franco Koch, Kochbo Stud, Morreesburg, South Africa operating via phone with Blake Munro, Elders was the losing bidder on the $28,000 Soleo-Melance G-Unit and was active bidding on Glenn Oaks Grande and Glenview Granville.
Mr Koch inspected all three during his recent visit to the recent Santa Gertrudis World Congress.
In a catalogue breakdown 29 led bulls topped at $36,000 to average $10,879 while 56 unled classified entries topped at $11,000 to average $4393 while the nine purebreds hit $13,000 setting a $5056 medium.
Top seller was the $36,000 952kg, Hardigreen Park Omega (P) offered by Moreton and Frances Rolfe, Hardigreen Park stud, Wallabadah, NSW.
Picking up the 134EMA (AI) son of Warenda Rolex was the Adams family, Dangarfield stud, Taroom.