One hundred bulls will be presented for sale by the Department of Primary Industry and Resources next Tuesday via an online auction.
The DPIR bulls range between two and four years of age.
Horn has been genetically tested for all bulls with 7% of bulls confirmed to be polled (PP) and a further 16% scurred (PH).
DPIR's livestock officer Whitney Dollemore said these cattle were bred in the NT and were adapted to the climate and conditions, and were very productive.
"Last year's auction was greatly successful, with 96% clearance and an average sale price of $2900," she said.
"The top selling bull in 2018 was a scurred Brahman that sold for $7000." Ms Dollemore said.
She said this year's bulls are products of the Selected Brahman and Composite projects and are a balance between reproductive soundness and growth.
"The herd bulls produced from this program are progeny from cows that have low age of puberty and are able to reconceive while lactating.
"The ability to conceive while lactating is a heritable trait that will be passed onto their daughters who will contribute to the breeder herd.
"Their sires have also been selected for high yearling, and weight and percent normal sperm at 18 months of age."
The 100 bulls presented by DPIR in the online auction by AuctionsPlus will occur at 10am on June 18.
For more information please contact Whitney Dollemore at the Katherine Research Station firstname.lastname@example.org 08 8973 9749 or Paul McCormick from Elders Katherine 08 8972 2500.
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