2022 Sale – Onslow Angus bulls sold to repeat buyers with some new clients

Doug and Barbara Tozer, Onslow Angus, Cootamundra, penned forty eight two-year and eighteen-month Angus bulls for sale today. The focus at Onslow, from the inception of the Angus stud has been on breeding 'commercially orientated' bulls for sale, and breeding from a female herd which is both functional and feminine. The Angus herd has been built on generations of performance, cattleman's eye and culling for the obvious - feet, fertility and doing ability. There was a 98 percent clearance of the 48 bulls, to a top price of $32,000 and average price of $14,723. The top priced bull, two-year old Onslow Prelude R240 was a 940kg son of Circle 8 Prelude M150 with a scrotum measurement of 42cm and purchased by Ian Darmody, Burbong Angus, Bungendore.

September 22nd, 2022|

2020 Onslow Bull Sale Report

It was a very credible result for Doug and Barbara Tozer, Onslow Angus, Cootamundra when they offered 36 young sires for their annual spring auction. A top price of $25,000 was achieved while 32 bulls sold

July 12th, 2021|

2019 Onslow Bull Sale Report

Doug and Barb Tozer, Onslow Angus, Cootamundra, offered 40 two-year-old bulls for their annual spring sale and realised a top price of $17,000 with an average price of $6680 for 35 sold. Repeat buyers were again a

September 1st, 2019|

Onslow July Newsletter 2019

Field Day: Tuesday 20th July 2019 At Onslow we continue to breed cattle that have been selected and bred for industry requirements - Growth, Length, Muscle and Performance. This year we saw Onslow blood wearers dominate

July 10th, 2019|

2018 Onslow Bull Sale Report

Onslow Angus Sold to $17,000 Multi-generational support underpinned solid interest in the 54 bulls offered by Doug and Barbara Tozer, Onslow Angus, Cootamundra, during their annual Spring bull sale. Top price at $17,000 was paid by

September 4th, 2018|

Onslow Winter Newsletter 2018

Sale Day: Tuesday 28th August 2018  60 Industry Bulls Field Day: Tuesday 31st July 2018 This year's bulls have done particularly well owing to lucerne, silage and oaten hay. Click here to read the full newsletter

July 4th, 2018|