2017 ANNUAL SALE

The 8th Annual Production Sale (A/c C, B, C & J Grant)
The 37th Consecutive Lindsay Production Sale

 


Sale Date:	
Tuesday 28th February, 2017



		
Auction starts 11:30am (Vic time) at the property of Lindsay Murray Greys at Pigeon Ponds 

		Inspections from 9:30am SALE DAY.

34 High Quality, Autumn and Spring drop Murray Grey Bulls. 
6 Stud females depastured to Stud MG Bulls.
23 Commercial heifers PTIC to Stud Bulls - (to be sold in 3 lots)

All sale animals are in group breedplan and MN3 accredited. All sale bulls have Zoetis star accreditation and are pestivirus tested negative.

Complimentary morning tea and BBQ lunch provided following the sale.

For more information, please contact 0427 704 227 or 03) 5570 4227 or email lindsaymgreys@activ8.net.au

DIRECTIONS TO THE SALE DAY PROPERTY

From Casterton travel 28km to Coleraine. Turn left just prior to Coleraine onto the Harrow Road. Travel 33km north, property on the left.

From Hamilton, travel 34km to Coleraine and follow directions to Harrow as above.

From Naracoorte travel to Edenhope, then Harrow. From Harrow take the Coleraine Road for 17km. Property on the right.

CLICK HERE FOR 2017 CATALOGUE

CLICK HERE FOR UPDATED SCAN DATA

  
2016 ANNUAL SALE REPORT



Photo for Lindsay Murray Greys sale report, Lot 1 Lindsay Kahlua K32, purchased for $11500 by Andrew & Sharon Gunn, Tamworth, NSW.

LINDSAY MURRAY GREYS, SOLID FOR QUALITY OFFERING

In what was a great endorsement for market focused quality Murray Greys, the Lindsay Murray Grey Stud at Pigeon Ponds recorded a fantastic result at its annual production sale held for the first time at the studs’ home base. 

In the breakdown 28 of 31 bulls sold to four states for a top of $12000 and an excellent average of $6,964. 
6 of 6 stud heifers sold to a top of $3,000 to average $2,400 and 22 outstanding PTIC commercial heifers topped at $2,100 to average $1,995.

Competition was fierce on the top bulls with 6 bulls selling for between $10,000 and $12,000. What was also pleasing for vendors Craig and Jacinta Grant was that 11 bulls sold for between $4,000 and $5,000 which equated to good value amongst the quality line up.

Lot 2 was the sale topper at $12,000 and was one of some highly sought after Gobblin G15 sons.  He was purchased by regular supporter Nostones Murray Grey Stud, Gulargamebone NSW. Another Gobblin son Lindsay Kahlua K32 made $11,500 for a ¾ share and full possession to Andrew and Sharon Gunn, Mundalola Murray Greys at Tamworth NSW.

Lot 5 Lindsay Komodo K49 & Lot 6 Lindsay Kalahari K34 both sold for $11,000 and sold to Tony Larussa WA and BA & DJ Paxton Kangaroo Island SA respectively. 

Bulls to find new homes at $10,000 were Lot 3 Kilmainhan Kalle K14 to long time clients Cavanagh P/ship Tintinara SA, and Lot 17 Lindsay Kato K9 to Tony Larussa WA.

Volume buyers were Cavanagh P/ship securing 4 top bulls and Tony Larussa WA picking up 3 high quality sires.

In the stud heifers section the top price of $3,000 was achieved twice for Lot 37 Lindsay Leanne K40 to Nostones Murray Greys and Lot 40 Lindsay Glenise K46 which sold to Ben Thorn Strathalbyn SA.
Commercial females PTIC met very solid competition and topped at $2100 selling to Mr Neville Brain, Portland Vic for a total clearance of all females offered.




2015 ANNUAL SALE


John Kennedy, Pittong and Lindsay Murray Greys principal Craig Grant pictured with Lindsay Jackal J83, who sold to $7500. 

RETURN clients dominated the Lindsay Murray Greys 35th production sale held at Boonaroo, Casterton where 21 of 26 bulls offered sold to $8000, and averaged $4869.
For the second year in a row, Jenny Anderson of No Stones, Gulargambone, NSW, purchased the top-priced bull, with this year the hammer falling to Lot 2, Lindsay Jagger J29.
The rising two year-old bull was by Lindsay Enforcer E94 and out of Lindsay Leanne F31, and weighed 902 kilograms.
Jagger's estimated breeding values were +4.1 for birthweight, +77 for 600-day weight and +1.9 for eye muscle area.
The second-highest price of $7500 was paid twice for Lindsay Jeronimo J19 and Lindsay Jackal J83, which was knocked down to Sugarloaf Farm, Kangaloon, NSW, and John Kennedy, Pittong, respectively.
The 18 month-old bull, Jeronimo, was by Robern Mr Muscle M2 and out of Willalooka U136 while 17 month-old Jackal was by Monterey Fortress F14 and Kelso Elsa E112.
Mr Kennedy said Jackal's good figures matched with his depth of body signed the deal for him. He will be joined with heifers.

– ANNABELLE BEALE, COURTESY OF STOCK & LAND

SEE THE REPORT HERE


2014 ANNUAL SALE

We would like to thank all buyers and under bidders who supported our 
2014 production sale.


LINDSAY MURRAY GREYS

■ Total clearance of 27 bulls to $10,000, av $5296

NEW heights were hit by Lindsay Murray Grey stud principals Craig and Jacinta Grant during their annual bull sale at Casterton last week.

Prices peaked at $10,000 in a total clearance of 27 bulls, which aver- aged an impressive $5296 – nearly $1000 up on last year.

The youngest bull in the sale Lindsay Helsinki H164, by Monterey Easy Rider, attracted several inter- ested buyers, but it was phone bidder Don Monley, Harden, NSW, who placed the winning bid at $10,000.
Mr Monley had been monitoring Helsinki after seeing him more than 12 months ago as a bull calf.
The 17-month-old bull, out of stud elite dam Lindsay Elizabeth A171, recorded a breeding average calving ease direct estimated breeding value of -1.2 per cent and birthweight +3.2 kilograms.
The second highest price was $9000 for Lindsay Hostage, son of Kelso Cracker C17 and out of Lindsay Leanne, paid by Glenbold Murray Greys, Strathalbyn, South Australia.
Lindsay Hostage boasted calvingease of -1.2pc, milk +3kg and had the second highest eye muscle area scan at 600 days at +44.

The Whitehead family from Edenhope purchased four bulls to $5000, av $3750.

In the current beef market climate, Mr Grant said the stud did not expect a recorded breaking sale, but welcomed the strong results that affirmed their progressive breeding plan.
“It is the best offering we have had up before and goes to show that if
you can get the cattle and product right, people appreciate the quality,” he said.
“Generally clients were chasing quality bulls with calving ease, but not bulls that were over-extreme in any way – just good quality carcase bulls.”

– ANNABELLE BEALE, COURTESY OF STOCK & LAND

SEE THE REPORT HERE






 2013 ANNUAL SALE

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Top  price  bull  Lindsay  Governor  G64  $13000


 2012 ANNUAL SALE

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Total  clearance to $10,000   
30  Murray  Grey  Bulls: Averaged $5043   
9 Registered Murray Grey Heifers to $3250: Averaged $2000   
6 Commercial Murray Grey $1000/hd 



2011 ANNUAL SALE


CLICK HERE FOR 2011 SALE REPORT



Lindsay Empire E46, Sold to Caulfield Partnership Kadnook for $14000

 29 Murray Grey Bulls: Averaged $4905
9 Murray Grey Stud Heifers: Averaged $2150
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