The pinnacle of Australian Wagyu Association Sales, the Elite Wagyu National Sale represents an opportunity to showcase the top 5% of Wagyu genetics.
The Sale will take place on the evening of the 10 May 2019 to cap off the WagyuEdge: Building Integrity annual conference, the Sale attracts vigorous bidding from in-house delegates and Australian and international bidders via the live and online auction facility.
Now in its 6th year, the Elite Wagyu National Sale, in previous years has seen remarkable, record-breaking bids including a winning bid for a Poll Wagyu Bull at $185,000, sired by famed Mayura Itoshigenami Jnr. This year bulls, semen, females and embryos will be on offer, representing the best of Wagyu genetics as well as an additional class for special interest lots including polled Wagyu.
Only registered Wagyu genetics will be accepted – make sure you have DNA testing time completed!
For each accepted lot, the following fees will be payable at the time of entry:
$330 per live animal and embryo lot
$165 per semen lot
Your entry fee covers AuctionsPlus/advertising/cataloguing/transfers and is inclusive GST.
SALE REGULATIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
Click here to read important information about the sale.
NEED TO TEST/REGISTER YOUR CATTLE BEFORE THE SALE?
Learn about our new DNA testing procedure. Allow extra time during the Christmas and New Year break and get your tissue samples in early.
HOW TO ENTER A LOT INTO THE SALE?
Nominations into the 2019 Elite Wagyu National Sale are open NOW. Use the online entry form to nominate one or more lots.
Entries will close 18 February 2019.
INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED AT TIME OF ENTRY
The information you will need to complete your entry includes your:
Entry into the sale is subject to the supply of all entry information requested. Once the AWA has received, checked and accepted your entry, we will provide you with details of the supplementary sale information needed to complete your entry into the sale. This may include submitting a photograph of your lot for publishing in the catalogue, a health declaration and other information as required.
A photograph’s success should not be determined by how good your camera is. If you want to take photos of your cattle and you only have your smartphone, then that should be fine. Anything that has the capability of capturing an image, will be okay.
The composition is one of the main aspects of taking a photograph. Where you stand, the angle of the camera and the background of the image should all be considered.
To take a shot of your pedigree bull, for example, the angle of the shot will greatly affect how your livestock will appear on camera. Take the photo from a low angle, on the same level as your animal. Fill most of the frame with the bull and ensure it is looking forward, with its head up and ears forward. Ensure that the sun is behind you and the animal is well balanced.
Stud Stock Manager
Grant Daniel & Long Pty Ltd
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 0414 941 788
Vendors have agreed to offer lots under the sale entry conditions as applied by the AWA. Click here to view
The sale will be conducted under the usual ‘Conditions of Sale’ as applied by Ruralco and AuctionsPlus and these are available on their websites.
Special conditions have been applied by the Australian Wagyu Association (AWA) to generate a high level of quality assurance. The AWA is facilitating the 6th ELITE WAGYU NATIONAL SALE to make available high performing Wagyu genetics to the Australian and international beef cattle industries. Click here to view the sale regulations