BULL PRICES DECLINE AT FARRER BULL SALE

Farrer Agricultural High School held its annual bull sale today, recording a 60 percent clearance rate.

23 Angus studs sold at an average of $3200, a price lower than the expected $4000.

The sale attracted farmers from across the New England and north-west, including ex-students.

Farrer is the only school in the country to host a bull sale on campus.

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