Following a move from Alexandra to Markwood, Riddellvue Angus stud’s spring sale was a success, according to co-stud principal Ian Bates.
Lot 6 Riddellvue Full House T23PV, was the top priced bull of the sale, selling for $12,500, and was purchased by Eric Milano, Onalim Nominees Hansonville.
THIS year’s crop of spring bulls has Riddellvue Angus stud principal, Ian Bates, looking confidently to this year’s sale and beyond.
The stud will offer around 30 eighteen-month bulls at its annual on-property spring sale on Wednesday October 12.
*20 of 28 females sold to $7000, av $3688
Bellaspur Angus has described Riddellvue’s top-priced female as nothing short of “special” for her beauty and pedigree.
Riddellvue stud principal Ian Bates said he thought it was a great result and the cows went to strong programs.
*23 of 31 bulls sold to $15,000, av $7717
RIDDELLVUE Angus co-principal Ian Bates says shifting to the King Valley from Alexandra has been a positive move, allowing a wider range of clients to be exposed to his bulls at this week’s annual autumn sale.
If you are marking the Riddellvue Angus Autumn Bull Sale down in your calendar, be sure to note the new address.
The Riddellvue bull unit is moving from its current base to Markwood in Victoria’s North East and will offer the same high-quality sires with unique genetics and impressive performance at the stud’s annual autumn sale in early March.
*22 of 26 bulls sold to $20,000, av $12,000
A commercial Angus stud at Alexandra has broken its previous top-priced bull record and set a five-figure average at its on-property bull sale in north-east Victoria.
Riddellvue Angus is dipping into the past, looking to the future, and bringing the very best American genetics to its 2022 Annual Spring Angus Bull Sale. The on-property sale near Alexandra in the Goulburn Valley on Wednesday October 5 will feature 30 18-month-old bulls and Stud Principal Ian Bates says buyers can expect a great
* Total clearance of 28 bulls sold to $12,500, av $9054 NSW studs continue to spend big at Victorian stud sales, with a NSW Angus commercial operation buying three lots at Riddellvue Angus stud’s on-property sale. Riddellvue stud principal Ian Bates said the sale was solid with four bulls going for $12,000, while the top-priced bull
Angus industry trailblazer Ian Bates of Riddellvue Angus’ will offer up the first Australian sons of a US bull by the same name this autumn. The Alexandra based stud has had renewed vigour and focus in recent years, with Mr Bates travelling far and wide to find the right genetic lines to introduce to the