One of the largest private cattle sales in Australian history was sealed earlier this month, according to NBN Television.
The $15 million (approximately €13,104,675) deal, which a Tamworth stock and station agent helped to co-ordinate, consisted of more than 13,500 cattle, according to Australian Livestock Company.
8,000 Georgian Gold and Ultrablack females, along with approximately 5,500 certified-organic calves were acquired as Terrick Station switches its focus to Wagyu beef.
Speaking to NBN Television, Daniel McCulloch, said: “As an agent, you dream of putting deals like this together.”
Image and video source: NBN Television Facebook