250,000 heifer

andy_tee87

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Livestock Farmer
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Glamorgan
I think the point is it is an extremely good heifer and if you want it you only have 3 options breed one (not that easy) buy one or do without. Then if there’s 2 people that want it!

Yeh I get that, and having 2 consortiums/partnerships bidding against each other just runs away. Less risk each plus the financial might

For all we know she could have made less than the 2nd price.
It's as cheap to say a high number as it is a low one.

That's the whole problem with the system isn't it. Nobody knows if it's real or not
 

shearerlad

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Livestock Farmer
Maybe this gives a sense of scale of the prices paid in the past (the inflation price is the gns in today’s money)
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