2019 RAS Angus
Centenary Sale

Sunday 14th April

at 5:00pm

Glatz's Black Angus will offer
4 x Outstanding
"Top of the Drop" females.

Lot 53 - Black Angus Dream P13
Lot 56 - Black Angus Melissa P177
Lot 57 - Black Angus Cleo P203
Lot 58 - Black Angus Cleo P403

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Repeat stud buyer snare Glatz's

$13,000 Sale Topper

Stock Journal, 17 February 2019

Photo Courtesy of the Stock Journal

Offered 70 | Sold 60 | Top $13,000 | Average $6275

PROGENY of homebred sires starred at Glatz’s Black Angus stud 12th annual Cattleman’s bull sale on Wednesday last week.

The catalogue featured many impressive sires but it was the stud’s own bloodlines which drew most of the buyers’ attention at the Avenue Range sale.

The first sons of Black Angus Complement L51 “Selwood”, named after Geelong AFL star Joel Selwood, to be offered were particularly keenly sought.

These five averaged $9500 impressing with their carcase quality and weight for age.

This was well above the overall sale average of $6275 which Ben and Samantha Glatz achieved for 60 of the 70, mainly April 2017 drop to July 2017 drop bulls, offered.

Among these Selwood sons was the $13,000 sale topper.


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Glatz's Black Angus

Glatz's Black Angus is based at Avenue Range in the South East of South Australia.
This area, known as the Limestone Coast, is renowned for being one of the premier breeding regions for beef cattle and prime lambs in Australia.
Black Angus is a family-owned and operated business run by Ben and Samantha Glatz with their sons Dylan and Jack. The Glatz's can boast 27 years of breeding registered beef cattle and are currently calving 300 registered and performance recorded Angus females.

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