As a committee, the SYCA were overwhelmed with the support from donors and both under bidders and purchasers throughout their 2020 Youth Auction.
They would like to thank all those who have supported their Youth group once again and hope you all enjoyed the experience of an online auction this year.
The total amount raised was $18,015!
Top priced lot went to a roan heifer, Futurity Anzacs Muriel Q204, kindly donated by Futurity Shorthorns and sold for $6,500.
Top priced embryo package at $850 per embryo was for 2 frozen embryos by the mating of Sprys Thermal Energy N54 and Sprys Sweet as a Rose J10, donated by Sprys Shorthorns.
Lot 10 claimed the top priced semen package at $350 per straw for 5 straws of BSG Profitwise 1767, kindly donated by Eloora Shorthorns and Royalla Shorthorns.
Genetics Lots-
1 heifer sold to $6,500
1 embryo package sold to $850/embryo
15 semen lots averaged $49.97/straw with lot 10 topping at $350/straw
All lots were sold with some highlights being:
Cowhide purse $200 – Donated by: JF Hides
TSU kit $450 – Donated by: Neogen Australasia
Earrings set $150 – Donated by: KM & Co.
ABS Voucher $420 – Donated by: ABS Australia.
Mystery box $140 – Donated by: The Good Gift Co.
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The Shorthorn breed is truly unique, from their distinctive roan colour, to their rich breed history and most importantly, the wonderful community of breeders, there is nothing else quite like a Shorthorn.

The key to the Shorthorn breeds advantage lies in their balanced genetic profile, driven by market participation that has been developed and refined, after more than 200 years of genetic selection under Australian conditions.

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