Agents Boyd O’Brien Bartholomew reported a yarding of 912 cattle on Tuesday. Values for yearlings and vealers remained strong. Feeders were unchanged to a little easier. Good trade sold well, export cattle were easier in line with current trends. The overall quality of the yarding was good and all buyers were present.
I & R Rural sold yearling heifers for 274.2c weighing 236kg to return $647. Angus yearling steers account O’Reilly Partnership, Mutdapilly sold for 281.2c weighing 300kg to return $845. Rolly Molkentein sold euro yearling steers for 285.2c weighing 182kg to return $520. M Read, Ipswich sold angus pasture heifers for 266.2c weighing 510kg to return $1357. Pens of pasture fed santa heifers account R L Cox & Co, Rockhampton sold for 257.2c weighing 530kg to return $1365. Pasture fed limousin steers account R & D Bassett, Lanefield sold for 289.2c weighing 535kg to return $1547.
L J Muller P/L Kalbar sold pasture steers for 291.2c weighing 417kg to return $1214. Hazemore P/L, Kalbar sold santa feeder heifers for 278.2c weighing 486kg to return $1354. Grain assist limousin heifers account N & D Rosser, Buaraba sold for 292.2c weighing 625kg to return $1826. Paul Scheiwe, Plainland sold grain assist steers for 299.2c weighing 430kg to return $1286. D Hirn, Haigslea sold euro grain assist heifers for 295.2c weighing 580kg to return $1712. Charolais feeder heifers account Ray & Judy Wieland, Carney’s Creek sold for 275.2c weighing 328kg to return $904. D Turnbull, Rosewood sold euro cows for 225.2c weighing 745kg to return $1677. Warrigal Farms sold santa cows for 229.2c weighing 700kg to return $1604. A charbray bull account Glensomerset sold for 241.2c weighing 955kg to return $2303.
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