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Last Update: 25th September 2018

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Gowrie Simbrah & Simmental Stud

19th Annual Gowrie Bull Sale

1pm, Thursday 27th September 2018

70 Bulls
50 Simbrah & 20 Simmental

Download 2018 Catalogue Here >>

25 Simbrah bulls for sale

2 – 2 ½ yrs in paddock condition, details coming soon.

2017 18th Annual Bull Sale Results

75 SIMBRAH & 25 SIMMENTAL with Percentage Polls

Clearance rate of 95 per cent at Gowrie Simbrah and Simmental sale

On a day when new maximum temperature records were made, the Mobbs family was not as fortunate with their on-property bull sale at Charleville on Thursday.

Top-priced bull of the sale, purchased by the Mt Macquarie Pastoral Company, Blackall, for $15,000.

Top-priced Simmental bull was Goldpark M260, sold to MC and AC Noon, Glenalvon, Mitchell for $11,000.

Bull sale average of $5526

Read the full Queensland Country Life article here

2017 Brisbane Ekka Results

Gowrie Lucas Supreme Simbrah Exhibit Brisbane Show 2017.
Pictured with handler Brendan Mobbs.

2016 - 17th Annual Sale Results

80 bulls sold, 100% Clearance!

Sale average $6531
61 Simbrah Bulls Averaged: $7,180
19 Simmental Bulls Averaged: $4,447
Top Priced Simmental: $6,000

Volume Buyers:

J.M Allen and Sons 'Erne' Blackall Purchase 5 bulls, averageing $10,000
Ken Symes from Woodlands, Mitchell, 13 bulls, averageing $4,576. 28

Top Priced Simbrah Bull, Lot 40: $17,000
Sold to Mt McQuarie Pastoro Co.

This year bulls went to Wallumbilla, Roma Mitchell, Jundah, Quilpie, Tambo, Blackall, Wyandra, Bourke, Bollon, Augathella, Charleville and Bell

Gowrie Pastoral Co. would like to thank the 2016 buyers and under bidders for all their support.

2016 Brisbane Ekka Results

"GOWRIE LUCAS L038" Champion Simbrah Bull 2016

"GOWRIE LUCINDA L111 (P)" Grand Champion Simbrah Exibit

2015 Bull Sale Results

Gowrie bulls 76 sold for gross of $438,500
Overall average $5770
100% clearance

54 Simbrahs- averaged $5,981
Top Priced Simbrah Bull: $14,000

22 Simmentals- averaged $5,250
Top Priced Simmental, lot 65 $9,000
sold to Hatchem Downs Taroom.
31 months, 850 kgs, Scrotal 43cm, 95% morphology.

Top price lot 37 (P) for $14000, 900kgs, scrotal of 48cm,bought by Martin
and Roseann Myors of "Ourimbah" Myors have been buying Gowrie bulls every year for the past 15 years.
Wannaring who alos bought lot 3 for $13,000, lot 46 for $9000 and lot 48 for $5500: total for 4 averaged $10,375 .

Volume buyers
Ken Symes "Woodlands" Mitchell 9 for average $4,444.
JM Allan and Sons "Erne" Blackall, 7 averaged $6,285.
Hartly Grazing "Southland" Mitchell, bought 7 bulls with an averaged of $,5000 each.
Kelly and Kathy Rule, "Wooside" Carleville, bought 5 bulls with an average of $5,500.
Hatchem Downs cattle company Taroom, bought 4 bulls to average $7500 each.

Buyers from Charleville, Quilpie, St George,Roma, Mitchell, Injune, Taroom, Blackall, Clermont, Wannaring NSW and Quinalow.

View the Gallery HERE

2015 Beef Week Success!

Grand Champion Bull, Female & Junior Champion

Grand Champion Bull - Gowrie Jubilee (P)

Junior Champion Bull - Gowrie King

2014 Bull Sale Results

73 Bulls grossed $397,500
100% clearance
Overall average $5,445
54 Simbrahs av $5,500
19 Simmentals av $5,290

Top Simbrah Lot 3 for $11,00 bought by Mark and Belinda Wilson Banana Station Banana. They bought 4 lots $8,125 av.

Top Simmental was Lot 53 for $9,500.
Bought by Nigel and Rowena Balderson, Barcaldine.

Volume Buyer Hewitt Cattle Australia 7 bulls for av $4715.
Bulls went as far as Eidsvold, Banana, Nth to Longreach, Julia Creek, Injune, Roma, Mitchell, Bollon , Clermont and West to Quilpie and Sth to Wannarring in New South Wales.

Improved results are due to a greater confidence in the industry bought about by Lower Aussie Dollar useful scattered rain and a big lift in store and fat cattle prices.

We were delighted with the results up $2,000 av on last year.

A special thank you to all buyers and all who attended and helped giving us great support. Looking forward to seeing you all next year.

Noel and Jill Mobbs and family.

2012 Brisbane Ekka Results

  • Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 2012
  • Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 2012
  • Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 2012
  • Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 2012
  • Gowrie Georgia Girl - Champion Simbrah Female - Ekka 2012
  • Gowrie Georgia Girl - Champion Simbrah Female - Ekka 2012
  • Gowrie Georgia Girl - Champion Simbrah Female - Ekka 2012
Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 20121 Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 20122 Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 20123 Gowrie General champion Simbrah Bull Ekka 20124 Gowrie Georgia Girl - Champion Simbrah Female - Ekka 20125 Gowrie Georgia Girl - Champion Simbrah Female - Ekka 20126 Gowrie Georgia Girl - Champion Simbrah Female - Ekka 20127

Simbrahs set for September

The largest registered Simbrah stud in Australia goes to auction with a line-up of 71 first-class bulls on-property at Gowrie Charleville on September 26 at 1pm.

The 15th annual Simbrah and Simmental bull sale will feature Simbrah and Simmental bulls recommended to boost production in any existing herd with improved muscling, ealry maturing and good frames – attractive traits for the live export market.

Noel Mobbs, Gowrie Simbrah and Simmental Stud principal, said Simmental genetics boost the strength of Braham and other Bos Indicus when crossed, allowing excellent weight-for-age gain.

“They complement the hardiness of the Braham, producing cattle that pay you earlier and in any market,” Mr Mobbs said.

“Simbrahs will improve the function of any herd. From lotfeeders, breeders or grassfed fatteners, the Simmental and Simbrah bull will support your business.”

The Gowrie Simbrahs are bred to extreme conditions of drought, excessive heat/cold, and more recently, flooding rains.

“We continue to be pleased with their durability, tenacity and doability,” Mr Mobbs said.

“Gowrie bulls have been sold from Victoria to the Gulf and continue to expand into new territories.

“The Simbrah, in my opinion, has been overlooked as an obvious contender for a cross genetic tool between the Bos Indicus and European bloodlines – so much more can be gained out of producing cattle with the best of both worlds.”

"Gowrie Anzac"

2014 Gowrie Bull Sale

Want the best in the business for live export, feeders and fatteners? Increase weight for age gain? Improve your herd with muscle and frame...

Gowrie Bull Sale, Charleville Qld - 26th September 1pm

71 Bulls, free delivery on set routes...
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All bulls semen morphology tested
Noel (07) 46 541 831
or Trent (07) 46 547 075

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