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Friday, 19 April 2024
from 10.30am, sale 1pm

(full details now on sale page)

Our next sale will be held on Friday 19th April 2024, commencing at 1pm. Inspections will be from 10.30am, and as always if you can’t make sale day, we welcome bidders to jump online through AuctionsPlus.

Crawford Angus is a family run business consisting of stud and commercial cattle that focus heavily on the commercial buyer. We endeavour to produce cattle that are easy born with high growth, soundness and calm temperament.

This year’s bulls are sired by:

  • Three Rivers – A high growth bull that shows plenty of thickness
  • Knowla Monty – A sound bull with a heap of power, who’s progeny display capacity and overall thickness
  • KG Justified – This sire produces calves with extra muscle shape. This maternal bull offers calving ease, carcase quality, big scrotal and proven genetics such as Quarterback, Platinum P46 and Makahu which are all a part of this exciting line up of genetics in this year’s catalogue.

All bulls have been assessed by a BBSE and passed a morphology exam. Producers should only consider using bulls that have had this done as this is critical in ensuring bulls are capable of achieving desired levels of conceptions within the joining herd.

We look forward to sharing our hospitality with you on sale day.

Any enquiries please call Luke Graham on 0499 564 663.

On-property sale interfaced with AuctionsPlus

Crawford Angus is a family owned farming operation spanning over 10,000 acres situated in Tumorrama NSW.


Our bulls face an extensive selection criterion and are grown out on oat crops and pastures. All bulls have undergone a bull breeding soundness examination (BBSE) involving;

  • Structural soundness
  • Testicle palpation and measurement
  • Physical examination of internal and external genitalia
  • Vaccination against vibiosis, leptospirosis and pestivirus