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Spring Update 2017


6th Annual Bull Sale


Sale Clearance:

100% (36/36)

Top Price: $14,000 (Lot 9, PicTured)

Average: $7694


New Wattletop Sire


Wattletop Docklands M301 was purchased at the 2017 Wattletop Bull Sale at Guyra. M301 brings an outcross pedigree, excellent weight for age and a superb set of numbers.


Autumn Underway

May was a very busy month for us at Coffin Creek. Some highlights below:

  • 1000+ paddock kilometres in the buggy checking Autumn cows
  • 220 registered calves tagged and weighed
  • 44 young bulls begin sale prep on the oat/rye crop
  • 2 beautiful Wattletop matrons purchased at Lock's dispersal to average 11k
  • 1 exciting stud sire Revenue M4 purchased from Booragul Angus for 35k in partnership with Knowla Livestock & Palgrove.

Autumn 2017 going well to say the least.


New Stud Sire Joins Coffin Creek Battery

We purchased Revenue M4 for $35,000 at the 2017 Booragul Angus Bull Sale in partnership with Knowla Livestock and Palgrove. A stand out young sire in our eyes, he will go to work in July 2017 in our Autumn calving herd. Revenue brings super length, balance and a fantastic set of carcase numbers.


Champion Pen - 2 Years in a Row

 Pictured is Ben Kidd, Cydectin, Dubbo, Jamie and Sarah Inglis and buyer Ross Plasto, Plasto and Company, Wellington. Image credit: Mark Griggs, The Land Newspaper

Pictured is Ben Kidd, Cydectin, Dubbo, Jamie and Sarah Inglis and buyer Ross Plasto, Plasto and Company, Wellington. Image credit: Mark Griggs, The Land Newspaper


For the 2nd year in a row Coffin Creek females have won Champion Pen at the Mudgee Angus Breeders Sale. Congratulations to Jamie and Sarah Inglis who offered 16 PTIC heifers (Coffin Creek Bulls) at the 20th Annual MAB sale last Thursday. They sold to $2180 and took out the top prize. A great result!



Homegrown bulls making their mark

A particular highlight of the 2016 drop calves are the progeny of Coffin Creek Joker J202. They display excellent weight for age and a quiet disposition as well as a strong resemblance to their maternal grand dam Coffin Creek Abigail C22. Both Joker J202 and Abigail C22 are featured on this website. 



Spring Update 2016


Vale Peter Denis White (31.12.32 - 24.09.16)



5th Annual Bull Sale 


Sale Clearance: 100% (31/31)

Top Price: $16,000

Average: $9,033



The Land Southern Beef Week Day 5

We had a busy day at our Open Day on Friday July 29th as part of Day 5 The Land Southern Beef Week. We received great support from people both locally and regionally. Thanks to everyone who made the trip out, we had a great day. We will definitely be doing it again next year. 


Coffin Creek Heifers Top Mudgee Angus Breeder's SAle


Left: Ben Kidd, Virbac Dubbo, Nigel White, Coffin Creek Angus and exhibitors Jamie and Sarah Inglis, Havilah East, Mudgee.

A pleasing result for Jamie & Sarah Inglis of "Havilah East" was also enjoyed by Coffin Creek Angus at the 19th Annual Mudgee Angus Breeder's Sale on Friday 22nd of April. A pen of rising two year old PTIC heifers offered by the Inglis' were awarded Champion Pen of the sale and went on to top their category at $1760. The heifers were Coffin Creek blood, joined to Coffin Creek bulls. Great to see our cattle take out the award in a large yarding of quality Angus cattle.


Coffin Creek Celebrates 25 Years 

This year Coffin Creek Angus was recognised for 25 years membership with the Angus Society. Jack and Harry attended the presentation, hosted by the NSW State Committee on Saturday the 19th of March at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Coffin Creek Angus would also like to congratulate all other recipients for their contribution to the industry. The event was a great opportunity to catch up with other members of the Angus world. Bring on the next 25 years!

Image Credit: Angus Australia

Left: Jack & Harry White accepting award on behalf of Coffin Creek Angus. Image credit: Angus Australia


High Demand For Coffin Creek Heifers

Coffin Creek heifers met a strong market when offered on Auctions Plus on the 12th of February 2016. The line of 30 Angus heifers, which were pregnancy tested in-calf to low birthweight Coffin Creek bulls, started at a reserve price of $1700 and received a steady stream of bidding before selling for $2110.00 per head. We are thrilled with this sale result. It goes to show there is a premium for high quality genetics.


Paul Dooley Visits Coffin Creek


We had a great morning on Tuesday showing Paul Dooley our cow herd and sale bulls for 2016. Paul has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the seed-stock industry and we look forward to working with him this year. We are excited to have Paul take on role of auctioneer at our sale, alongside our existing agents Bill Lawson, Terry McDonald, Andy Carter and Steve Rose of McDonald Lawson Agency, Mudgee.




Paddock to Palate success

We are thrilled with the performance of our team of 6 steers in the RNA Paddock to Palate Steer Competition presented at the EKKA in Brisbane on the 7th of August. In the 70 Day Trade Division our team performed extremely well picking up a number of prizes. Our steers proved that pure-bred Angus really can compete against all other breeds.

Our team of Coffin Creek steers were awarded:

  • Second Overall
  • Champion Carcass
  • Champion Pen of 6 Carcasses

We are over-the-moon with these results. It strengthens the belief in our breeding program and reinforces the carcass merit of our cattle. The bulls who sired these steers, in particular Coffin Creek Deliver D71, are still in use in our herd and their sons will feature highly in our future bull sales.