16th August 2023

Marble High Wagyu Sale

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2023 SALE – OFFERING 73 LOTS

Marble High Wagyu Sale is back for its second annual sale and brings with it a lineup of elite Wagyu genetics that are unrivalled in quality from Macquarie Wagyu, HP Wagyu, Arubial Wagyu and Sahara Park Wagyu.

22 Female Lots including 4 with calves at foot and 3 PTIC. Daughters by world renowned sires such as CCOFG0113, ADBFL0010, MYMFP0342 and BDWFN0100 + 2x POLLED female lots!

17 Bull Lots (4x two-year-old bulls & 13x yearling bulls) lots include $364 SRI, +3.3MS & +10.7 EMA.

17 Semen Lots including super sires Macquarie Y408, Yasukane 5, Shikikan as well as up and coming super stars Arubial MYMF22T714, Arubial MYMF22T1701 and POLLED bull SCRPS20J!

SALE DETAILS

Wednesday 16 August, 2023 at 1:00pm AEST

Live auction at Burke & Wills Hotel Toowoomba QLD or online via Elite Livestock Auctions

There is accommodation, licensed bar and restaurant at the venue for those that may need to arrive earlier or stay overnight.

Sale Contacts

Arubial Wagyu
Laird Morgan
Email
Ph: +61 428 281 190

Macquarie Wagyu
Anthony Winter
Email
Ph: +61 400 337 472

HP Wagyu
Cameron Hewitt
Email
Ph: +61 418 722 029

Sahara Park
Dean Pollard
Email
Ph: +61 427 770 917

Laird Morgan

0428 281 190 [email protected] Burke and Wills Hotel, Toowoomba
Queensland 4350

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