Article from: The Land.

LIMOUSIN bulls sold to a top of $16,000 at the annual Manali Limousins sale at Scone last Friday, when 44 of 48 Limousin and Lim-Flex bulls were sold for an average of $5800.

But it was a local charity – not the animals – that started the biggest conversation among buyers and spectators at “Yarramac”.

This year the MacCallum family‘s traditional charity auction raised $17,000 to help the Where There’s a Will Foundation provide education programs to local schoolkids for emotional resilience, hope, optimism, gratitude, and perseverance.

The foundation was set up by Pauline and Hilton Carrigan in name of their son Will, who died on Christmas morning last year, aged 24.

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