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AUSTRALIAN W A G Y U A S S O C I AT I O N REGISTERED BULLS

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POLL WAGYU BULL SALE HETEROZYGOUS

POLL

BULLS

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8 P M F R I D AY 1 8 A U G U S T 2 0 1 7 UNDER LIGHTS IN CUTOUT YARD OF BLUE MOUNTAIN CAMPDRAFT ARENA AT ‘STRATHDALE’, 827 BLUE MOUNTAIN ROAD, BLUE MOUNTAIN QLD 4737 VENDOR CONTACTS

TESTING & VACCINATIONS

Darren Hamblin

M. 0419 638 710 E. strathdale@hamblin.com.au

Alex Hammond

M. 0429 588 655 E. alex@hammondfarms.com.au

• All bulls have been PI tested as Negative by Swans Veterinary Services, Esperance WA • All bulls have been 3 Germ blooded with Trivalent Tick Fever Vaccine from DPI Tick Fever Research Centre, Qld in May 2017 • All bulls have had 2 x 7 in 1 vaccinations prior to and at Branding Dec 2016/Jan 2017 • All bulls have had 2 x Vibrio vaccinations prior to sale • All bulls have had 2 x Pestigard vaccinations in May/June 2017 • All bulls have had 4ml of Dectomax Injectable May 2017 • All bulls have been bred and raised on J-BAS Score 7 (Assurance) properties. • All Bulls are ET calves born on J-BAS Score 7 properties risk of Johne’s disease carrying onto our properties through embryos is Nil

ACCOMMODATION Nearest towns are Mackay 1 hour drive, Sarina 50 min drive, Nebo 50 min drive. All towns have motel or camp style accommodation available. Camping on grounds is also allowed - bring your own camping gear.

FACILITIES Full bar and food canteen operational on site. Toilet and showering facilities. DISCLAIMER All persons who attend the sale do so at their own risk and the vendors assume no liability or responsibility, legal or otherwise, for any accident or injury which may occur. Every care has been taken in compiling this catalogue to ensure accuracy of information supplied, but no responsibility is accepted for any errors which may have occurred.

POST SALE ANIMAL COLLECTIONS Bulls are located at ‘Orana Downs’, Middlemount Qld 4746. Purchased lots are to be collected within 2 weeks of the sale date. Bulls will be pre-treated for tick line crossing inspections.

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Polled Genetics WHAT DO HOMOZYGOUS, HETEROZYGOUS AND SCURRED MEAN? The polled/horned gene is viewed as a simple dominant, recessive inheritance. Each parent contributes one copy (allelle) of the gene to the calf. The two alleles are: P = Poll and H = Horn

Polled is dominant to horned. This means that whenever a polled gene is present, the animal does not have horns. • PP - Polled – this is called Homozygous Polled • PH - Polled – this is called Heterozygous Polled. Scurs are possible* • HH - Horned Scurs are small, loose horn-like growths; or flat bone growths; which are sometimes expressed in heterozygous polled animals. *expect a higher incidence in males than females.

HETEROZYGOUS POLL Heterozygous polled animals will give you a combination of polled, scurred and horned progeny depending on what they are crossed with.

When crossed over Heterozygous polls, 25% of the progeny are homozygous polled, 50% heterozygous, and 25% horned.

When crossed over Homozygous polls, 50% of the progeny are homozygous polled and 50% heterozygous polled.

SIRE P H

SIRE P H

SIRE P H

Not a lot is scientifically known about the scurred gene in the Wagyu breed. However, what is known is that a scurred animal still carries a Poll gene, and will pass that gene on to 50% of its progeny. Across multiple contempory groups, in Heterozygous Animals (HP):

Every animal carries 2 copies of the gene. The 3 possibilities are PP, PH, and HH.

When crossed over Fullblood Wagyu, which are 100% horned (HH), 50% of the progeny will be polled, or scurred.

SCUR GENE

DAM H H PH PH HH HH CALVES DAM P H PP PH PH HH CALVES DAM P P PP PP PH PH CALVES

We have observed through extensive breeding, and monitoring of scurred animals. At branding age: • Females will express the scurred phenotype 0-8% of the time. • Males will express the scurred phenotype 32-36% of the time (before castration). Post branding: • Females, and steer phenotypes do not appear to change. • Bull scurred phenotype does appear to change. The percentage rises from approximately 35% to 70% when assessed as yearlings. It is our belief that: - Testosterone causes an increased expression of the scurred gene as bulls age. - The occurrence of scurring in steers does not increase after castration. - The occurrence of scurring in heifers does not increase after branding age. *Note: We have not de-scurred any bulls, as we want potential buyers to make their own assessment. *Note: Scurs can range from: • Flat scab like growth: no bigger than the end of a persons little fingernail. • Small scurs: approximately 10mm in diameter and height. • Large scurs: can grow into a loose horn-like growth, only connected by skin. Regardless of phenotype in Heterozygous (HP) polled animals, we have not encountered the need to de-scur any animal. Our research extends to Jerry Reeves in the United States, who is a Professor of Animal Science, and Wagyu breeder. Jerry has experience breeding Polled Wagyu within his own herd and has found similar results. We believe he is the only other person outside of Japan with extensive knowledge of Polled Wagyu. Both Poll Wagyu Pty Ltd, and Jerry are unaware of any scientific literature relating to scurring in Wagyu.

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Sire Reference

The sire of these bulls is BRCPG0052 Bar R 52Y (PB13914) Tested Free of all Wagyu Genetic Recessive Conditions.

WORLD K'S HARUKI 2 (FB1614)

WORLD K'S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

WORLD K'S SUZUTANI (FB1617)

S: BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BAR R MICHISURU 2 K (FB4955) (AI) (ET)

BAR R 68P (FB5969)

MISS BAR R 18H (FB4216)

BAR R 52Y (PB13914)

BAR R MICHISURU 2 K (FB4955) (AI) (ET)

BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

MISS BAR R 22G (PC4219)

D: BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

FUKUTSURU J068 (IMP JAP)

MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

MISS BAR R 22G (PC4219)

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BAR

R

52Y

VI DEO LI N K

Bar R 52Y is a Heterozygous Poll Wagyu Purebred Bull born October 2nd, 2011. He is jointly owned by Jerry Reeves (USA) and Hammond Farms (Tasmania). 52Y is 95.98% Wagyu blood, sired by what Jerry considers the best Fullblood Bull he has produced in over 25 years of breeding Wagyu, Bar R Shigeshigetani 30T. Bar R 52Y’s Pedigree contains World K’s Shigeshigetani, World K’s Michifuku, and Japanese Venture Partners Fukutsuru 068 on the Sire half of the Pedigree. 52Y’s Dam side of the pedigree also includes Japanese Venture Partners Fukutsuru 068 and World K’s Michifuku, as well as World K’s Haruki 2 These are all proven sires, ranking as some of the best performance sires outside of Japan. 52Y was raised with 17 other Fullblood and Purebred Bulls sired by Bar R Shigeshigetani 30T. A Residual Feed Intake (RFI) and Average Daily Gain (ADG) test on Grow Safe was undertaken on the 18 Bulls. After the trial, 52Y was the 2nd Heaviest, tied for 3rd on ADG, scanned 2nd on the Intramuscular Fat (IMF), scanned 3rd on Ribeye Area, and tied for 4th using Jerry Reeves RFI X ADG Index. Overall, we considered 52Y the most consistent Bull across all categories. *Please note the accuracy of IMF scans on Wagyu is not necessarily equating to carcass data, but we were pleased to see him near the top and not the bottom of this category. His sire: Bar R Shigeshigetani 30T ranks in the American 2014 National Sire Summary: 1st in Carcass Weight, 1st in Ribeye Area, and 8th in Marbling. This is the most up to date data that we have access to for the United States. 52Y has EBV’s in the Australian system, yet they are not very accurate due to a lack of carcass data, and weight data.


2014 MARBLING EPDs

2014 RIB EYE EPDs

No. No. of Contemp. Progeny Groups

AWA#

Name

FB2101

JVP Fukutsuru 068

9

79

FB5072

Bar R Yasufuku 42K

3

27

FB6185

Bar R Ichiro 31R

2

FB9861

CHR Shigeshigetani 5

EPD

Acc.

No. No. of Contemp. Progeny Groups

AWA#

Name

0.62 0.63

FB8177

Bar R Shigeshigetani 30T

2

26

1.07 0.48

0.51 0.51

FB6152

BR Michifuku 1604

1

18

0.86 0.44

18

0.45 0.46

FB7713

Bar R DBl Suzutani 50T

1

8

0.65 0.40

2

10

0.39 0.41

FB9420 Michiyoshi

2

12 0.58 0.42

FB9420 Michiyoshi

2

12 0.38 0.45

FB1615 Michifuku

5

51 0.57 0.58

PB10308 Dow Ranches 912

2

8

0.38 0.39

FB10406 Bar R Shigeshigetani 20W 2

3

0.56 0.35

FB8994

Bar R Itoshigenami 48U

2

34

0.37 0.51

FB1614

Haruki II

3

6

0.55 0.37

FB8177

Bar R Shigeshigetani 30T

2

26

0.35 0.50

FB2100

JVP Kikuyasu 400

5

54

0.53 0.55

FB4954

Bar R Takasuru 1K

2

15

0.35 0.46

FB2501 Sanjirou

2

25 0.49 0.52

Acc.

FB2501 Sanjirou

6

FB2102

JVP Yasutanisakura 931

5

33

0.44 0.50

FB6521

BR Itomichi 4632

2

14

0.33 0.42

FB5267

BR Kitateruyasudoi 0632

2

8

0.40 0.35

FB5663

Bar R Sanjirou 4P

2

9

0.32 0.42

FB7721

Bar R DBl Suzutani 59T

4

49

0.37 0.56

FB4934

BR Kitateruyasudoi 9680

3

21

0.28 0.49

FB5072

Bar R Yasufuku 42K

1

18

0.34 0.43

FB6135

BR Kitateruyasudoi 0615

3

9

0.28 0.42

FB10417 Bar R Yasufuku 44W

2

13

0.34 0.42

FB10406 Bar R Shigeshigetani 20W 2

3

0.27 0.36

FB7719

Bar R Nakagishiro 56T

2

31

0.31 0.51

FB5665

7

0.27 0.28

FB5836

BR Michifuku 1628

1

11

0.30 0.41

624 0.25 0.70

Bar R Takazakura 12P

279 0.34 0.68

EPD

1

FB6186

Bar R Ichiro 32R

2

17

0.27 0.45

FB5267

BR Kitateruyasudoi 0632

2

21

0.25 0.46

FB9861

CHR Shigeshigetani 5

2

10

0.26 0.39

FB5836

BR Michifuku 1628

1

11

0.22 0.43

FB8994

Bar R Itoshigenami 48U

2

34

0.21 0.50

FB6152

BR Michifuku 1604

1

18

0.21 0.46

FB10050 Bar R Yasufuku 57U

2

4

0.20 0.34

PB354

B1 Ramsey

1

38

0.21 0.40

FB1615 Michifuku

23

2014 HOT CARCASS WEIGHT EPDs

Based on 52Y’s Pedigree and an association with Jerry Reeves going back 20 years, the Hammonds initially AI’d 1,500 females to 52Y in 2014. The resultant progeny’s temperament, growth, doing ability, and phenotype encouraged Hammond Farms to enter into the Poll genetic business with Darren Hamblin (Strathdale-Qld) and Scott de Bruin (Mayura StationSA). 52Y, in conjunction with Purebred Poll genetics bred by Hammond Farms over 20 years, were the drivers for the partnerships and the establishment of Poll Wagyu Pty Ltd. As 52Y’s calves born in 2015 were Hammond Farms favourite progeny from 23 years of breeding Wagyu, 1500 more Wagyu females were bred to 52Y in 2015 and again in 2016, including Hammond Farm’s Fullbloods. Currently there is limited carcass data on 52Y; however early indications prove that he is backing up what his pedigree indicates. Marbling, growth, and sizable ribeye area. On a group of Purebred steers bred by Jerry Reeves, and fed/ slaughtered by Agri-Beef, the following carcass results were obtained:

Kill Date

Number

Weight (lbs)

Marble Score

Sire of Steer

% Wagyu

BMS

OS Fat

No. No. of Contemp. Progeny Groups

AWA#

Name

EPD

Acc.

FB8177

Bar R Shigeshigetani 30T

2

26

31.9 0.46

PB6719

Bar R 10S

2

18

31.6 0.44

PB7666 Tauzaka

2

22 23.5 0.46

FB4954

Bar R Takasuru 1 K

2

15

19.6 0.40

FB6521

BR Itomichi/0602 4632

2

14

13.5 0.39

FB8329

LMR Akahige 8119U

1

5

11.6 0.32

FB9861

CHR Shigeshigetani

2

10

10.4 0.38

FB6135

BR Kitateruyasudoi 615

1

4

7.6

0.30

FB6008

CHR Hitashige 170P

2

12

6.9

0.40

FB4934

BR Kitateruyasudoi 9680

1

10

3.5

0.37

FB6152

BR Michifuku 1604

1

18

0.8

0.39

FB5267

BR Kitateruyasudoi 632

2

19

0.7

0.40

FB8376

Westholme Hitashigetayasu 278 2

FB6185

Bar R Ichiro 31R

14 0.3 0.43

2

1

-3.7 0.41

FB10406 Bar R 20W

2

3

-3.9 0.32

FB6186

2

17

-4.3 0.42

PB10308 Dow Ranches 912

2

8

-6.6 0.35

FB7713

1

8

-6.9 0.38

Bar R Ichiro 32R Bar R DBL Suzutani 50T

FB9420 Michiyoshi

2

12 -8.9 0.41

FB7719

2

31

REA

Bar R Nakagishiro 56T

Grade

Lot Year

Gender

Avg in Date

-10.1 0.50

DOF

Producer

16/12/16 860667 1027 1097

52Y

87.5

11

16/12/16 860670 1015 1105

42Z

87.5

11

0.9 14.64 Gold 2014 Steer 09/06/15 556 Reeves

16/12/16 860673 1067 1106

58Y

75

11

0.88 15.56 Gold 2014 Steer 28/01/15 688 Reeves

16/12/16 860672 1125 1045

52Y

87.5

10

0.15 12.35 Gold 2014 Steer 28/01/15 688 Reeves

16/12/16 860668 952 1087 16/12/16 860671 1028 1015

58Y

87.5

16/12/16 860669 1105 830 63Y 75

0.73 16.47 Gold 2014 Steer 09/06/15 556 Reeves

10 0.57 13.4 Gold 2014 Steer Reeves 9 6

0.74 16.63 Gold 2014 Steer 28/01/15 688 Reeves 1.2 13.32 Black 2014 Steer 28/01/15 688 Reeves

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Additionally, an F-2 (second-cross) Wagyu steer was slaughtered in 2016 with the following result:

Bar R 52Y’s calves have very good temperament, excellent growth rates and are phenotypically outstanding animals. Below is a graph showing the average of 52Y’s Purebred calves against other animals in the same drop of calves in Hamblin’s herd. The three groups graphed are Fullblood and Purebreds by other bulls and 52Y Poll Purebreds. All calves are the same age, within two months.

AVERAGE DAILY GAIN (LIFE) x GROUP 0.9

n = (186)

0.8 0.7 0.6

n = (70) n = (23)

0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0

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Full Blood

Purebred

Poll


BVDV Laboratory BVDV PI Ear Notch Testing Results

Contact: Lot 83 Sheldon Road, Esperance, WA 6450 Phone: 08 90715777 Email: lab@swansvet.com Details of submission: Report date:

12.07.17

Client details:

Darren Hamblin

Invoice No.:

N/A

No. of Samples:

22

Strathdale 690 Blue Mountain Road Sarina 4737 Received date:

27.10.16 – 22.12.16

Collection date:

18.10.16 – 13.12.16

BVDV PI Ear Notch Testing Results: Number of Strong Positives

Number of Weak Positives

Number of Negatives

00

22

00 ID’s of NEGATIVE Animal(s): Animal ID

Animal ID

Animal ID

Animal ID

Animal ID

Animal ID

Animal ID

N126

Q210

Q188

Q186

Q218

Q198

Q201

Q189

Q187

Q179

Q196

Q211

Q190

L669

L622

L637

L683

N146

N234 CALF

N168 CALF

N123 CALF

N149 CALF All animals that we tested were negative. None of the above animals that we tested are persistently infected with BVDV. Explanation and Interpretation: The Antigen Capture ELISA we have used to test your animals measures the amount of BVDV virus in the ear notch and the affinity of the kit antibodies for the actual virus. Strong Positives are highly likely to be Persistently Infected. Weak Positives may be low shedding PI’s or Transiently Infected with the virus. Retesting any positive animal after at least two weeks from the original sample will discern Persistent from Transient infection. We strongly advise retesting all Weak Positives and any valuable or epidemiologically significant Strong Positives. Positive animals should be quarantined immediately preventing exposure to any pregnant animals. If they are a calf, their mother should be tested as well, if she has not already been tested. Pregnant animals, which test negative, may be carrying a PI calf. Animals are either born PI or not, their status will not change for the rest of their lives. Please contact us at Swans Veterinary Services with any questions about BVDV, PI Ear Notch testing, Bulk Milk Tank antibody Testing. You can also consult our website at www.swansvet.com for more information about BVDV. Contact details: Linda Bell BVDV Lab Assistant The Swans Veterinary Team

Dr. Enoch Bergman DVM enoch@swansvet.com

Lauren Norris Sue Whitehead lab@swansvet.com

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Donor Dams JKCPT0405

HETEROZYGOUS

ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

This donor is sired by Michifuku. Michifuku is a Fullblood bull sired by the famous Monjiro; he was born in Japan and imported to the United States. His genetics are still highly sought after, 24 years after he left Japan. 405’s Polled Dam is sired by Kikuyasu 400, a Tajima bull that became known to have good frame, eye muscle area, and fat profile. 405 is a typical Michifuku daughter of medium frame, good temperament, good structure, and longevity. JKCPV0883

ISLAND WAGYU V883 (AI) (ET) (P)

This donor is from the same breeding as 405. Michifuku on top out of a Polled Kikuyasu 400 daughter. 883 is larger than the average Michifuku daughter, with a visual strength about her. She also has good temperament, structure, and longevity. ISLAND WAGYU Y1276 (AI) (P) ISLAND WAGYU Z1465 (AI) (P) JKCPA1923 ISLAND WAGYU A1923 (AI) (P) JKCPY1276

JKCPB2083

ISLAND WAGYU B2083 (AI) (P)

Sired by TWA Ichiryuno, with Michifuku as a Grandsire and Kikuyasu 400 as a Great Grandsire. 2083 is a deep bodied donor that is a prolific embryo flusher. TWA Ichiryuno was a Fullblood Bull in Australia that was bought by a Japanese company after seeing results. JKCPC2510

ISLAND WAGYU C2510 (AI) (P)

Sired by Westholme Hirashigetayasu Z278 from a Michifuku Sired Dam. Z278 is a top bull in Australia for Carcass weight; in fact he ranks in the top 10% for 6 different growth EBV’s. We have found him very good over Tajima type females to balance the carcasses and keep marbling. His genetics in Poll Wagyu gives us another outcross that produces balanced animals. JKCPH0650

ISLAND WAGYU JKCH0650 (P)

JKCPZ1465

All Sired by Itohana 38/14 out of the Polled Kikuyasu 400 daughter. Itohana 38/14 performed very well in Japan for the Hammond’s live trade customer.

ISLAND WAGYU A1923 (AI) (P)

JKCPA1589 JKCPB1858

He is a son of TF Itohana 2 out of a TF Terutani 40 daughter. Itohana 38/14’s pedigree was sought by the Hammond’s after his full brother outperformed Michifuku in some early F1 trial work at a feedlot in Australia.

ISLAND WAGYU A1589 (AI) (P) ISLAND WAGYU B1858 (AI) (P)

Both of these females are sired by Itohana 38/14, out of a dam sired by Michifuku. A Hammond bred Scurred steer out of A1589 by a Paddock Bull was fed for 298 days at Mayura Station. This animal had a BMS of 9, EMA of 123, CWT of 474.5, Final Weight 786, and a Dent 4. This steer was outstanding in every category.

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POLLS

ISLAND WAGYU JKCH0650 (P)

This cow is a cross of both Westholme Hirashigetayasu Z278 and TWA Ichiryuno R03 on both sides of the pedigree. The result is a large framed female with a good phenotype that has good growth. H650 is out of our highest percentage Poll Wagyu female, JKCPF0033.

JKCPJ0338

ISLAND WAGYU JKCPJ0338 (P)

This dam is out of A1923 by a Hirashigetayasu Z278 Sired Bull. This donor has a big frame and has a good mix of Kedaka, Fujiyoshi, and Tajima genetics. We feel she has combined well with Bar R 52Y in our production system aiming to produce Bulls suited for both female and male progeny. JKCPR0078

ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This dam is the Hammonds’ original polled donor cow that came to Australia as an embryo in 1995. She is a purebred cow sired by Kikuyasu 400. She was born in 1996, and in this photo is 20 years of age with a calf at foot, still structurally sound, and with 7 of her 8 teeth still in place. She has amazing longevity, and fertility.

ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)


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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1858 ML622 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M L 6 2 2

S E X: MALE

D O B : 28/07/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571662

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (PO LLED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 12 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 366K G AD G (LIFE) 0.90K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPB1858 ISLAND WAGYU B1858 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPV0883 ISLAND WAGYU V883 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This young bull is phentoypically clean polled. He has good body length and weight gain. Excellent, firm testicles. Carries Shigeshigetani, Itohana 2, and Michifuku bloodlines.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-J0338 ML637 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M L 6 3 7

S E X: MALE

D O B : 05/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571671

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 286K G AD G (LIFE) 0.77K G

WESFZ0278 WESTHOLME HIRASHIGETAYASU Z278 (AI)

JKCPE1003 ISLAND WAGYU JKCE1003 (AI) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

JKCPW1042 ISLAND WAGYU 1042 (AI) (ET)

D: JKCPJ0338 ISLAND WAGYU JKCJ0338 (P)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

JKCPA1923 ISLAND WAGYU A1923 (AI) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This calf has a good balance of both growth and marbling genetics. From sires such as Z278, Michifuku, Kenhanafuji, and Ichiryuno. He is lightly scurred, with loose 5-10mm growths that are barely noticable.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-J0338 ML669 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M L 6 6 9

S E X: MALE

D O B : 04/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571678

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 339K G AD G (LIFE) 0.97K G

WESFZ0278 WESTHOLME HIRASHIGETAYASU Z278 (AI)

JKCPE1003 ISLAND WAGYU JKCE1003 (AI) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

JKCPW1042 ISLAND WAGYU 1042 (AI) (ET)

D: JKCPJ0338 ISLAND WAGYU JKCJ0338 (P)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

JKCPA1923 ISLAND WAGYU A1923 (AI) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This is a high growth bull, with a lifetime ADG of 0.97. He has 15mm loose scurs; excellent, firm testicles. He is a full brother to L637, with a higher growth rate.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1589 MN123 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M N 1 2 3

S E X: MALE

D O B : 28/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571709

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (PO LLED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 353K G AD G (LIFE) 0.93K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPA1589 ISLAND WAGYU A1589 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPT0377 ISLAND WAGYU T377 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This is the second phenotypically clean polled bull of the sale. This calf’s dam had a scurred steer who on 298 DOF, at Mayura Station Feedlot, went BMS 9, with CWT 474.5. This is a predictable result given genetics such as Suzutani, Haruki 2, Fukutsuru J068, and Mikifuku in the pedigree. This is our cover page bull, who looks very mature for his age.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-2803 MN126 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M N 1 2 6

S E X: MALE

D O B : 30/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571712

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 339K G AD G (LIFE) 0.88K G

WKSFN2892 WORLD K’S TAKAZAKURA

TWAFR0003 TWA ICHIRYUNO (IMP USA) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

WKSFM14091 WORLD K’S OKAHANA J1409

D: JKCPB2083 ISLAND WAGYU B2083 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPT0405 ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This bulls dam is in the top 10% of the breed for Eye Muscle Area, with proven genetics of Ichiryuno and Michifuku on the maternal side. Whilst he appears polled, he does express 5-10mm flat scurs. He has good testicles, and his dam is a prolific embryo flusher.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-2083 MN146 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M N 1 4 6

S E X: MALE

D O B : 01/09/20166

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571727

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 309K G AD G (LIFE) 0.77K G

WKSFN2892 WORLD K’S TAKAZAKURA

TWAFR0003 TWA ICHIRYUNO (IMP USA) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

WKSFM14091 WORLD K’S OKAHANA J1409

D: JKCPB2083 ISLAND WAGYU B2083 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPT0405 ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This bull has the same pedigree as N126, the last sale bull. He has large, firm testicles. Another bull which appears clean polled, but upon close inspection has 5mm loose scurs on both sides.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1923 MN149 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M N 1 4 9

S E X: MALE

D O B : 05/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571728

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 303K G AD G (LIFE) 0.70K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPA1923 ISLAND WAGYU A1923 (AI) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

This young bulls dam is sired by a resident Robbins Island sire, Itohana 38/14, who outperformed Michifuku in carcass results for the Hammond’s. He has 15mm loose scurs on both sides. He has good, firm testicles.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-H650 MN168 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M N 1 6 8

S E X: MALE

D O B : 10/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571737

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 7 . 6 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 310K G AD G (LIFE) 0.79K G

WESFZ0278 WESTHOLME HIRASHIGETAYASU Z278 (AI)

JKCPE1009 ISLAND WAGYU JKCE1009 (AI) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

JKCPW1042 ISLAND WAGYU 1042 (AI) (ET)

D: JKCPH0650 ISLAND WAGYU JKCH0650 (P)

WESFZ0278 WESTHOLME HIRASHIGETAYASU Z278 (AI)

JKCPF0033 ISLAND WAGYU F33 (AI) (P)

JKCPB2083 ISLAND WAGYU B2083 (AI) (P)

This bull has a double cross of Z278 on the maternal side. Combined with genetics such as Michifuku, and Fukutsuru J068; he will provide balance across growth, milk, and marbling. He has loose 10mm scurs on both sides.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-2083 MN234 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M N 2 3 4

S E X: MALE

D O B : 25/10/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571745

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 10 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 238K G AD G (LIFE) 0.71K G

WKSFN2892 WORLD K’S TAKAZAKURA

TWAFR0003 TWA ICHIRYUNO (IMP USA) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

WKSFM14091 WORLD K’S OKAHANA J1409

D: JKCPB2083 ISLAND WAGYU B2083 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPT0405 ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This is the youngest bull of the sale, reflecting a lighter sale weight. This bulls dam is above breed average on marble score, marble fineness, and eye muscle area for EBV’s. He has small 5mm scurs both sides.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-883 MQ186 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 8 6

S E X: MALE

D O B : 02/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571771

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 12 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 350K G AD G (LIFE) 0.83K G

PEDFA201 MONJIRO J11550

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFA215 MICHIKO J655635 (AI)

D: JKCPV0883 ISLAND WAGYU V883 (AI) (ET) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

Out of a Michifuku sired dam, combined with proven marbling genetics from Shigeshigetani and Fukutsuru J068; this bull should provide high carcass quality. In addition, his dam is a large frame Michifuku daughter, which is rare to find. He is showing a 15mm scur on the left side only.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-2083 MQ187 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 8 7

S E X: MALE

D O B : 29/07/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571772

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 12 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 383K G AD G (LIFE) 0.87K G

WKSFN2892 WORLD K’S TAKAZAKURA

TWAFR0003 TWA ICHIRYUNO (IMP USA) (ET)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

WKSFM14091 WORLD K’S OKAHANA J1409

D: JKCPB2083 ISLAND WAGYU B2083 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPT0405 ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This is the second heaviest bull of the sale. Another bull with excellent testicles, out of 2083 who is a prolific flusher. Indicating himself a high growth bull, combined with a depth of marbling genetics on both sides. 10mm loose scurs on both sides.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1923 MQ188 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 8 8

S E X: MALE

D O B : 06/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571773

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 12 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 370K G AD G (LIFE) 0.89K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPA1923 ISLAND WAGYU A1923 (AI) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

This a long bodied bull, with solid growth rate. Small, loose, 10mm scurs either side. Another bull sired by Robbins Island Itohana 38/14, who outperformed Michifuku in the Hammonds commercial herd. One of the heaviest bulls of the sale.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1276 MQ189 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 8 9

S E X: MALE

D O B : 07/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571774

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 12 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 347K G AD G (LIFE) 0.81K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPY1276 ISLAND WAGYU Y1276 (AI) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

Appearing clean polled, this bull does have unnoticable flat scurs on both sides of the head. He is a strong shouldered bull with good length. A full brother to Q190, the heaviest bull of the sale.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1276 MQ190 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 9 0

S E X: MALE

D O B : 05/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571775

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 12 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 411K G AD G (LIFE) 0.95K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPY1276 ISLAND WAGYU Y1276 (AI) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

This is the heaviest bull of the sale, owing to his lifetime average daily gain of 0.95. He has a good spring of rib, excellent width of loin, and generally broad backline. He has firm testicles, which are the largest in the sale. He has small, flakey scurs, smaller than 5mm. These scurs are unnoticable without close, thorough inspection.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-2510 MQ196 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 9 6

S E X: MALE

D O B : 30/08/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571779

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 326K G AD G (LIFE) 0.81K G

IMJFAJ2351 HIRASHIGETAYASU J2351 HONGEN (IMP JAP)

WESFZ0278 WESTHOLME HIRASHIGETAYASU Z278 (AI)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

WESFX0106 WESTHOLME OHYURIHIME (AI) (ET)

D: JKCPC2510 ISLAND WAGYU C2510 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPT0405 ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This bulls dam is out of Z278, by a Michifuku sired dam. Z278 is in the top 10% of the breed for 6 different growth traits. This cross has proven to work well for the Hammonds with high growth rate, over high Tajima females. He has loose pad scurs.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-405 MQ198 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q1 9 8

S E X: MALE

D O B : 06/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571781

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 255K G AD G (LIFE) 0.65K G

PEDFA201 MONJIRO J11550

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFA215 MICHIKO J655635 (AI)

D: JKCPT0405 ISLAND WAGYU T405 (AI) (ET) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

This is the only bull of this pedgiree in the sale. His dam is sired by Michifuku, the Monjiro Fullblood son born in Japan. Michifuku’s genetics are still highly sought after, 24 years after he left Japan. He has loose scurs both sides. His testicles are great for his size. He is one of the youngest bulls in the sale.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1858 MQ201 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q2 0 1

S E X: MALE

D O B : 04/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571782

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 305K G AD G (LIFE) 0.79K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPB1858 ISLAND WAGYU B1858 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPV0883 ISLAND WAGYU V883 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

He is a full bother to L622 (first sale bull). Excellent, large testicles. He has loose scurs either side. He is true to type for a Wagyu sire.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1465 MQ210 (AI)(ET) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q2 1 0

S E X: MALE

D O B : 05/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571785

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 323K G AD G (LIFE) 0.85K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPZ1465 ISLAND WAGYU Z1465 (AI) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

Out of a dam sired by Itohana 38/14, this young bull has a shiny, soft coat. As with the other sale bulls, he is packed with known marbling genetics such as Shigeshigetani, and Fukutsuru J068. As well as showing good growth with an average daily gain of 0.85. He has loose scurs either side.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1858 MQ211 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q2 1 1

S E X: MALE

D O B : 02/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571786

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 6 . 9 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 374K G AD G (LIFE) 1.00K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPB1858 ISLAND WAGYU B1858 (AI) (P)

WKSFM0164 WORLD K’S MICHIFUKU

JKCPV0883 ISLAND WAGYU V883 (AI) (ET) (P)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

This is one of the youngest bulls of the sale, at 11 months old. He has the highest average daily gain, at 1Kg/day since birth. On top of this he has great depth of body, length, and is packed with marbling genetics. He has minute, flat scurs, virtually unnoticable. A great all-around bull.

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POLL WAGYU PB 52Y-1276 MQ218 (AI)(ET)(P) I D E NT: P W Y P M Q2 1 8

S E X: MALE

D O B : 13/09/2016

G R A DE : P U RE B RE D

C O L O U R : B LACK

D N A: 571789

WA G Y U BL O OD : 9 5 . 8 %

H O R N : H ETER O ZYG O U S PO LL (SCU R R ED )

WKSFP1593 WORLD K’S SHIGESHIGETANI 1593

BRCFC0030 BAR R SHIGESHIGETANI 30T (FB8177) (AI)

BRCFZ0068 BAR R 68P (FB5969)

S: BRCPG0052 BAR R 52Y (PB13914) (P)

VI DEO LI N K

BRC3Z0072 BAR R 72P CC (PB6205)

BRCPC0016 BAR R 16T CC (PB9208)

PED3W002L MISS BAR R 52L (PB5215)

AG E: 11 M THS LIVE WEI GHT AT SALE (PROJECTED) 371K G AD G (LIFE) 0.99K G

IMUFN2294 TF ITOHANA 2 (IMP USA)

IMUFRTF96 TF ITOHANA 38/14 (IMP USA)

CLICK H ERE FOR AWA R EGI STRATI ON

PEDFM2444 TF HIKOKURA 8/3

D: JKCPY1276 ISLAND WAGYU Y1276 (AI) (P)

IMUFM2100 KIKUYASU 400 (IMP JAP)

JKCPR0078 ISLAND WAGYU 78 (IMP CAN) (ET)

PED3M1521 GEKKO 382

Just turned 11 months of age, this young bull also has a high growth rate, at 0.99Kg/day since birth. Flat, flakey scurs both sides. Virtually unnoticable. Excellent, firm testicles. Great growth, and marbling to finish the sale.

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LIVESTOCK AUCTION

TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE CHAPTER ONE - PRELIMINARY 1. (a) A vendor is bound by these terms and conditions by offering livestock for sale by auction. (b) An agent (which includes an auctioneer) is bound by these terms and conditions by conducting an auction sale. (c) A buyer is bound by these terms and conditions by bidding at auction. (d) Competition and Consumer Act (Cth) 2010 It is unlawful for parties that are, or otherwise would be, in competition with each other to make, or give effect to, a contract, arrangement or understanding that contains a provision relating to: i. price-fixing; or ii. restricting outputs in the production and supply chain; or iii. allocating customers, suppliers or territories; or iv. bid-rigging; or v. collusive bidding. Large fines and other sanctions may be imposed for unlawful conduct. 2. (a) In these terms the expression auctioneer, agent, buyer and vendor respectively includes the servants, contractors and agents of each of them. The auctioneer, agent, buyer and vendor shall be wholly responsible for the acts and omissions of their respective servants, contractors and agents. The term “auctioneer” includes, so far as the law and context permits, the vendor’s agent. (b) When used in these terms the expressions “companion animals” means all animals originating from the same property on a particular day. Where lots are split and sent to multiple establishments, then all of these animals shall be regarded as companions. 3. The following applies in interpreting these terms and conditions: (a) The following words have the following meanings: Fees means all levies, charges, fees, costs and other expenses incurred or relating to these terms and conditions and the sale and purchase of livestock including, without limitation, transaction levies, yard and weigh dues, cartage, advertising and rebates, and whether paid for, or incurred, by the agent; Livestock means animals auctioned pursuant to these terms and conditions; and Price means the amount at which the lot has been sold to the buyer referred to in clause 7 of these terms and conditions (i) plus any Fees and other expenses incurred in relation to the purchase of livestock that are payable by the buyer; and (ii) plus any GST added in accordance with clause 12. (b) These terms and conditions are subject to legislation or regulation in the State in which the auction is conducted and in the event of any conflict then the legislation or regulation will prevail. The provisions of these terms and conditions are in addition to, and do not derogate from, the duties and rights of vendors, agents and buyers set out in legislation and regulation in the State in which the auction is conducted. CHAPTER TWO - STANDARD TERMS OF SALE 4. Subject to any reserve price, and to the right, prior to the fall of the hammer, of the vendor to withdraw any lot without declaring the reserve, the highest bidder shall be the buyer. 5. The auctioneer has the right to bid on behalf of the vendor provided that right is notified prior to the commencement of the sale and is subject to State law. 6. A bid cannot be made or accepted after the fall of the hammer unless, in accordance with clause 8, the auctioneer decides to put the lot up again. 7. Prior to the fall of the hammer the auctioneer shall announce the last bid and receive any further bids. The last price called by the auctioneer at the fall of the hammer shall be the amount at which the lot has been sold. 8. In the event of a disputed bid, the auctioneer is the sole arbitrator of the successful bidder or the auctioneer may decide to put the lot up again. The auctioneer’s decision is final. 9. The auctioneer may refuse to accept any bid which, in the auctioneer’s opinion, is not in the best interest of the vendor and need not give reasons for doing so. 10. A bidder shall be deemed to be a principal unless, prior to bidding, the bidder has given to the auctioneer a copy of written authority to bid for or on behalf of another person. 11. The successful bidder at a livestock auction sale must give to the auctioneer at the fall of the hammer: (a) the purchaser’s name; or (b) the bid card number which identifies the purchaser; or (c) the name of the person on whose behalf the successful bid was made; and (d) the Property Identification Code (known as the “PIC”) of destination. 12. The auction shall be conducted on the basis that the bid price shall be exclusive of Goods and Services Tax (GST). GST shall be added after the fall of the hammer for those sales subject to GST. 13. The vendor warrants; (a) That the vendor has (or will have) the right to sell the livestock at the time of delivery; and (b) That the purchaser will obtain title on completion of the purchaser’s obligations under this contract including payment. 14. If a buyer does not comply with any of these terms and conditions, which includes the requirements of State law, any livestock knocked down to that buyer may be re-sold by public auction or private contract in whatever lots and manner the auctioneer decides. The re-sale may be with or without notice and shall be at the buyer’s risk. The buyer is responsible for all loss and expense arising out of a re-sale and is not entitled to any resulting profit. 15. The buyer of livestock must pay the agent the full amount of the purchase price in immediate funds on receipt of a tax invoice. Payment is required prior to delivery unless some other time for payment is specified in an agreement between the buyer and the auctioneer that was made before the fall of the hammer. If, before delivery, payment has not been made then clauses 20 to 23 apply. 16. No person may bid unless, prior to the commencement of the sale, that person has made arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for payment for livestock purchased. If bids in breach of this condition are inadvertently accepted, delivery shall not be given until the purchase money is paid and any law, rule or practice to the contrary is accordingly negatived as far as possible. 17. (a) Cattle sold on a liveweight basis that are weighed pre-sale are at the risk and expense of the buyer upon the fall of the hammer. (b) Cattle sold on a liveweight basis that are weighed post-sale are at the risk and expense of the buyer immediately after weighing. (c) All livestock other than cattle sold on a liveweight basis are at the risk and expense of the buyer upon the fall of the hammer. 18. (a) Subject to this clause the sale is complete on the fall of the hammer.

(b) The time for rejection is the time commencing at the fall of the hammer and ending at the first of: (i) delivery is taken by a representative of the buyer; (ii) departure of the animal from the purchaser’s delivery pen; or (iii) one hour after the last animal is: a. in the case of pre-sale weighing, sold; or b. in the case of post-sale weighing, weighed. (c) During the time for rejection the buyer may reject any animal which is lame, blind or diseased where that condition existed prior to the fall of the hammer but could not be reasonably observed when the animal was in the selling pen. (d) If the purchaser rejects an animal during the time for rejection then the sale of that animal is cancelled and the animal is returned to the vendor or sold on such terms as any buyer and the agent may agree, after the agent has disclosed the reason for rejection to that buyer. (e) This subclause applies only to cattle which are sold in Queensland at auction for slaughter. The agent has responsibility for the prevention of loss or escape (but not death, sickness or injury) of those cattle from the time of the fall of the hammer, for delivery to and from the scales, to the buyer’s delivery pen and onto the buyer’s nominated transport. This responsibility ends at the earlier of those cattle boarding the buyer’s nominated transport or sunset on the day after the sale. This subclause does not apply if the agent makes an announcement to that effect prior to sale. 19. (a) Subject to the right of rejection in Clause 18, all conditions and warranties expressed or implied by law are hereby excluded from the sale to the extent that the law allows. All lots are open for inspection prior to the commencement of the sale and are sold with all faults, if any. No compensation shall be given for any faults, imperfections, errors of description, number in or of any lots sold or otherwise. (b) Any claim or objection arising out of an error or misdescription in the provision of relevant information in terms of legislation or regulation concerning the National Livestock Identification Scheme (NLIS) must be made by 5:00pm on the seventh day after the fall of the hammer. No objection, requisition or claim against the vendor or agent in respect of such error or misdescription can be made after that time. (c) Any statements made by the vendor or the auctioneer whether in writing or orally to the effect that any female has been pregnancy tested or scanned positive shall mean and require only that a certificate in writing shall be supplied to the buyer signed by a qualified veterinary surgeon or certified scanner certifying that the said female has been tested or scanned on the date specified in the certificate and that in the opinion of the surgeon or scanner was pregnant on that date. (d) For slaughter cattle, the agent undertakes to make every reasonable effort to ensure that any NLIS cattle device number is transferred from the saleyard PIC to the purchaser’s PIC on the NLIS database no later than midnight on the day of the sale. (e) For other slaughter livestock the agent undertakes to make every reasonable effort to ensure that the NLIS information is transferred from the saleyard PIC to the purchaser’s PIC on the NLIS database no later than midnight on the day of the sale. (f) Where livestock have a food safety or market eligibility status derived from the National Vendor Declaration (NVD) and/or the NLIS/ERP database, the agent will inform the buyers by presale catalogue and/or announce the status prior to the offering of those lots. 20. If delivery is made to, or possession obtained by, the buyer or its representative before full payment of the Price, then until full payment is received, the buyer: (a) does not acquire title to the livestock; (b) holds the livestock as bailee only for the vendor; (c) must act in a fiduciary capacity in its relationship with the vendor; (d) must store the stock separately or so that they are readily distinguishable from other livestock owned by the buyer; (e) is responsible for the safety and well being of the livestock; (f) may make a bona fide sale for market value of any or all of the livestock. As between the buyer and the subsequent buyer, the sale shall be made by the buyer in its own name and not as agent for the vendor, however as between the vendor and buyer, the sale shall be made as bailee and agent for the vendor; and (g) must keep and account for the proceeds of any subsequent sale separately from its other money and hold those proceeds, together with the benefits of any rights against subsequent buyers, on trust for the vendor. 21. The purchaser agrees that: (a) Clause 20 creates a registrable security interest under the Personal Property Securities Act (Cth) 2009 (PPSA); (b) the Purchaser acknowledges the rights of the Seller (and/or the Agent if Clause 25 applies) to register a financing statement under the PPSA with respect to the security interest created by this clause; (c) the Livestock are collateral for the purposes of the PPSA; (d) to the extent permitted, the Purchaser waives any right the Purchaser has under the PPSA to receive notices; and (e) the date upon which the security interest created by this clause comes into force is the first date on which livestock are delivered pursuant to this contract 22. The buyer may not make any claim against the vendor for actions by the vendor or its agent under clauses 20 or 21 and indemnifies the vendor and its agent against any loss, damage, costs, expenses, penalties, fines or claims suffered by the vendor, the agent or any person or entity arising from the vendor exercising its rights under clauses 20 or 21. 23.1. Clause 23 applies whenever the agent pays the vendor before being paid by the buyer, which the agent is not bound to do. The agent is then the del credere agent of the vendor at law. 23.2. The vendor hereby gives notice to the buyer of the assignments referred to in clause 23.3. 23.3. When this clause applies, in addition to any rights of the agent that arise by operation of the law, the parties agree that, subject to clause 23.5 the agent is subrogated to all rights of the vendor under these terms and conditions against the buyer. 23.4. The vendor acknowledges that the agent may take enforcement, repossession or other action to recover any livestock for which the buyer has not paid in full, or the Price of such livestock, owing by the buyer under these terms and conditions: (a) when this clause does not apply, as agent of the vendor (including by reselling the livestock); and (b) when this clause applies, on the agent’s own behalf exercising the rights of the vendor by subrogation or assignment under these terms and conditions (whether in the vendor’s name or not) and, where title to the livestock has not passed to the agent, by selling the livestock as agent of the vendor without the agent having to account to the vendor for the proceeds of sale. WORLD’S FIRST EXCLUSIVE POLL WAGYU BULL SALE 2017 29


23.5. The agent may at any time, assign, transfer, securitise or otherwise dispose of all or any of its rights under these terms and conditions and any debts created pursuant to it (including, without limitation, the rights assigned to it under clause 23.3). 23.6. The vendor hereby irrevocably appoints the agent as the vendor’s attorney to: (a) do at any time and in any manner as the agent thinks fit all acts necessary or desirable to perfect or improve the rights and interests afforded, or intended to be afforded, to the agent under these terms and conditions; and (b) appoint one or more sub-attorneys to do anything that the agent may do as the vendor’s attorney. 23.7. These terms and conditions do not render the agent liable to the buyer as vendor nor entitle the buyer to set off against the agent any right the buyer may have against the vendor or otherwise. 23.8. The buyer acknowledges that the provisions of this clause 23 are intended solely for the benefit of the agent (and its assigns) and the vendor. The liabilities and obligations of the buyer will not be in any way affected: (a) by this clause 23, other than as it expressly provides; or (b) by the failure of the agent or the vendor or either of them to comply with the terms of this clause 23. 23.9. The buyer must pay all amounts payable to the vendor or the agent under these terms and conditions without any deduction, withholding, set off or counterclaim whatsoever, whether the benefit of a deduction, withholding, set off or counterclaim is alleged to exist in favour of the buyer as against the vendor or the agent in any capacity whatsoever or any other person including any assignor of the vendor’s or the buyer’s interests under these terms and conditions. 24. (a) The agent agrees that he is liable to pay to the vendor the Price, less such commission as is agreed between the vendor and the agent, and in the absence of any agreement such amount as is reasonable, and less the Fees that are payable by the vendor that were incurred by the agent on behalf of the vendor in relation to the sale of the livestock. (b) In the event that the buyer pays the Price or part of it direct to the vendor then the agent has no liability to the vendor for the amount of such payment. Further, if the agent pays the vendor any amount which the buyer also pays direct to the vendor in respect of the same livestock, then the vendor must repay the agent that amount and the agent may debit that amount to an account held in the name of the vendor by the agent. (c) Regardless of whether or not a sale has occurred the agent may, but is not under obligation so to do, instead of deducting payments owed to it by the vendor, debit the amount of the commission and fees to an account held in the name of the vendor by the agent. 25. (a) The auctioneer has been retained by the vendor as auctioneer for the purpose of selling the livestock comprised in the lots. The terms of engagement between the auctioneer and the vendor do not extend to the provision of advice by the auctioneer to the vendor in relation to the safety or otherwise of the sale ring, the saleyards and the surrounding environments. (b) The vendor, the agent and the buyer agree to comply with their several duties under the Australian Animal Welfare Standards and Guidelines for the Land Transport of Livestock and further to consign, manage, receive, transport and handle livestock in accordance with any other or additional requirements of animal welfare legislation specific to the jurisdiction in which livestock are consigned, managed, received, transported and handled in the course of the auction process. CHAPTER THREE - VENDOR WARRANTY FOR CORRECT PRESENTATION AND DECLARATION 26. This chapter applies only in the case of livestock and their companion animals sold at auction for slaughter when the buyer is the slaughterer and the livestock are transported direct from the sale yard to the meatworks at which they are slaughtered. This chapter does not apply if the buyer is a trader who subsequently resells the livestock to a slaughterer. A slaughterer is any person who pays the AMPC Processor levy. 27. The warranty of a vendor is that livestock and their companion animals offered for sale at auction: (a) pass government and other regulatory authority requirements and inspections at the time of slaughter;. (b) are of merchantable quality; (c) carry an NLIS device in accordance with State law; (d) in the case where a representation has been made in the pre-sale catalogue that the livestock have particular characteristics or are fit for a particular purpose or market, and such representations are based on information in any document, the livestock will have those characteristics or will be fit for the particular purpose or market; and (e) all information in any document provided by the vendor is true, complete and correct in all material respects. 28. In the event of a breach by the vendor of the vendor’s warranty and provided such breach is notified by the buyer to the agent by 5:00pm on the 7th day after the fall of the hammer then the buyer is not liable to pay the portion of the Price of such of the vendor’s livestock to which the breach applies. 29. However if the breach by the vendor is such that the livestock are not rejected outright but are instead downgraded then the buyer will pay the value of the livestock at their next highest and best use. 30. In the case of a breach by the vendor of the vendor’s warranty then the vendor will also be liable to the buyer for any further losses which the buyer might establish but the buyer will take all reasonable steps in co-operation with the agent and vendor to mitigate both the effect of the breach and the amount of any loss. 31. Where a sentinel animal of a lot tests positive for chemical residue, or foreign material contamination and provided such test is certified and notified as required by these vendor warranty terms, then: (a) the buyer will be entitled to delay payment for the price of all livestock in that lot only; or (b) the vendor has the option, at the vendor’s cost, of collecting the companion animals, if allowed by law; or of having the livestock slaughtered in which event the risk of further condemnations will be that of the vendor. Where product integrity is potentially jeopardised, the Processor has the right to refuse slaughter and send the livestock back to the consigning property at the vendor’s cost.

32. The auctioneer is liable to the buyer in respect of any breach of the vendor’s warranty arising out of: (a) any error, by the auctioneer, of transcription of information from the NVD completed by the vendor to the pre-sale catalogue or the buyers post-sale summary; (b) any failure by the auctioneer to notify the buyer, prior to bidding, of any breach by the vendor of the warranty of the vendor if the buyer establishes that the agent knew of such breach prior to the sale; and (c) any failure by the auctioneer to announce prior to bidding, or disclose in the pre-sale catalogue, that the vendor has failed to provide a NVD that is complete in all material aspects. CHAPTER FOUR - OWNERS RISK FOR CONDITION OF CATTLE 33. This chapter applies only in the case of cattle and their companion animals sold at auction for slaughter when the buyer is the slaughterer and the cattle are transported direct from the sale yard to the meatworks at which they are slaughtered. This chapter does not apply if the buyer is a trader who subsequently resells cattle to a slaughterer. A slaughterer is any person who pays the AMPC Processor levy. 34. Owners risk reflects the producer’s responsibility to provide slaughter cattle for sale that are fit for human consumption. Cattle are fit for human consumption if they are not condemned as unfit by government. Owners risk applies if the condemnation is due to a condition in the animal which the buyer establishes, by the relevant government certificate, existed prior to the fall of the hammer. 35. A buyer with the benefit of owners risk protection is not liable to pay the Price of that animal to the vendor. The buyer remains nevertheless liable for all costs incurred after the fall of the hammer in transport, slaughter, testing and disposal of the animal. 36. Owners risk protection is available to the buyer of cattle to which this chapter applies if all of the following are satisfied: (a) a certificate is issued by government which states the relevant NLIS RFID tag number and PIC, the date of the certificate, the reason for condemnation and that the reason for condemnation existed prior to the fall of the hammer; (b) the certificate is received by the selling agent either in its original form or by fax or electronic communication in the form of data, text or imaging by 5:00pm on the 7th day after the fall of the hammer; and (c) if the condemnation is due to chemical residue the certificate follows testing in a government approved laboratory which establishes maximum residue limits in excess of the Australian limit. 37. Owners risk does not apply, and the buyer must pay for the cattle, if the reason for condemnation is any of bruising, fever, partial condemnation or emaciation. CHAPTER FIVE - NOTICES REQUIRED BY LEGISLATION NSW Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 Warnings Penalties for collusive practices. It is an offence against the Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 for a person to do any of the following as a result of a collusive practice, or to induce or attempt to induce another person by a collusive practice to do any of the following: (i) to abstain from bidding; or (ii) to bid to a limited extent only; or (iii) to do any other act that might prevent free and open competition. Severe penalties may be imposed on persons convicted of collusive practices. The auctioneer has the right to make one bid on behalf of the vendor if the auctioneer clearly and precisely announces that fact prior to the sale. Tasmania Legislation. An auctioneer conducting a public auction must not appear to acknowledge the making of a bid if no bid was made. A person must not participate in collusive practices by way of making or receiving an unlawful promise to abstain from bidding, not to bid except to a limited extent or do any other thing which may prevent free and open competition. WA Auction Sales Act 1973 s31 NOTICE. It is an offence to: (i) induce or attempt to induce another person to abstain from bidding by means of a promise, expressed or implied, that the other person will have the right to elect to take over as buyer or to toss or draw lots to establish who is to become the owner; (ii) abstain or agree to abstain from bidding as a result of such a promise; (iii) knowingly enter or permit or cause to be entered in the auctioneer’s record any name other than that of the actual successful bidder; (iv) enter in the auctioneer’s record the name of the buyer other than that of the actual successful bidder; or (v) inthecaseofsuccessfulbiddersupplywronginformationastothenameofthebuyertotheauctioneerortoanyperson, firm or corporation on whose behalf the sale is conducted. The vendor, or any person on behalf of the vendor, or the auctioneer have the right to make no more than three bids. © FEBRUARY 2017 Australian Livestock & Property Agents Association Limited All rights reserved. Unauthorised reproduction in whole or in part is an infringement of copyright. These Livestock Auction Terms & Conditions of Sale are provided to ALPA members as recommended terms and conditions only.

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