THE world's largest single-breed bull sale drew to a close yesterday with over $6million in sales over the three-day event.

CQLX at Gracemere hosted the brahman bull sale which saw an average price yesterday of $7922, up from last year.

There were 885 bulls catalogued for 2015 with the top price of $70,000 for a grey bull bred by Ron Pelling from Willtony Brahmans in Theodore.

Buyers came from around Australia to attend the event and organisers were very happy with the results.



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