“We are happy with our first online auction,” said the organizer of the Saxon Bull Auction, Clemens Braschos on February 18. Immediately after the auction, Braschos was still somewhat drawn after several hours of the unusual moderation activity at the side of auctioneer Torsten Kirstein but nevertheless satisfied with the result.
The two beef cattle experts can boast a 100% sales quota! 42 bulls found a new owner today via the MASTERRIND online auction portal. On average, best bulls cost € 3,017. Over 30 different new owners have successfully placed their bid. Nine bulls went abroad, here Switzerland and the Czech Republic are to be mentioned. Therefore, the first Saxon Bull Auction online can be considered a complete success.
The top selling animal of the day with € 5,000 is the Limousin bull Volbert, a Vasco son bred by Heiko Fischer from Wiedemar. The bull will remain in the breeding area.
Vipus, a Charolais bull and Vigo son owned by Charolaiszucht Pretzschendorf, Klingenberg, cost € 3,700. Angus bull Narek, a REA Neuer s-son achieved the same price. Breeder Markus Göbel from Großschweidnitz can be pleased about this. Both animals also remain loyal to the breeding area.
With a hammer price of € 3,600 for each of the two Fleckvieh bulls Aurelius and Ajax were also in great demand. Both have in common that they are Alis sons and were sold to Thuringia. Aurelius was bred by Andreas Marticke from Frohburg and was also already licensed as a breed champion with 9/9/7. Ajax comes from the farm of Falk Lohmann from Radeburg.
For a few more days you can see all the animals on our auction page.