NSW Charolais studs Kenmere and Rosedale will combine for the first time to offer bulls at Wodonga in March.
To be held at the Wodonga stud stock centre on March 8 at 11am, the sale will feature 32 bulls.
Both studs have been breeding Charolais cattle since the 1970s.
Genetics comprise a mix of French, North American and Australian blood, and are predominantly polled.
All bulls will have scan data on eye muscle area, rump and rib fat, marbling, sale weight and scrotal measurement.
They are also Breedplan recorded.
Rosedale, at Blayney, has more than 300 stud cows and is one of Australia’s foundation Charolais herds.
Kenmere, at Cobbity, specialises in early finishing bulls suitable for commercial cattle producers.
Kenmere stud principal Ann-Marie Collins took out supreme Charolais female with four year old cow Kenmere Calamity at last week's 2012 Canberra Royal.
The cow, with a six-month-old bull calf by Gunnadoo Nugget, also won the breeders group, dam’s progeny and was third in the interbreed female.
Kenmere Radiator, a 27-month-old bull was sashed as reserve senior bull.
Kenmere Dakota Flare, a July 2010-drop bull by Kenmere Dakota Spur, will sell as lot 2 at the March 8 sale, and placed second in his class.
"I breed small compact, moderate framed bulls with a quick growth rate," Ms Collins said.
She plans to move her stud breeding operation to the Riverina this year while maintaining a crossbred vealer producing herd at Cobbity.
- For more information contact John Atkins, Atkins Marketing Livestock, on 0428 690 267.