A total of 954 head were yarded at Stariha Auctions Laidley cattle sale on Thursday. The market remained firm on last sale’s high rates, with quality lines of feeder cattle and weaners in demand.
John Campion, Middlemount, sold a draft of 163 Simmental cattle to return an average of $1097. John’s feeder steers sold to an impressive $1670.Ben Quinn, Junction View, sold Brahman cows for $1360 and milk tooth steers for $1410.
Russell Lehmann, Minden, sold Droughtmaster cows for $1300 and cows and calves for $1680.Ron Brauer, Helidon, sold a Droughtie bull for $1780.Harrison Family Trust, Kilcoy, sold milk tooth heifers for $1295.JW Bell, Mount Mort, sold Shorthorn bulls for $1710.
Wendy Callinan, Esk, sold Santa heifers for $1150.Danielle Hartmann and Kasey McGrath, New Moonta, soldDroughtmaster heifers for $1450.
Des Poole, Veradilla, sold 18-20 month old Limousin cattle, with steers making $1490 and heifers $1390.Jengar Rural, Mulgowie, sold Santa heifers for $1340.Robert Jeffes, Lockrose, sold Droughtmaster steers, 20 months, for $1760.
Rolly Donohue, Clarendon, sold a line of Brahman cross milk tooth steers for $1480.Pickering Family, Black Duck Creek, sold 12 month old Droughtmaster steers for $1090 and 6 month old steers for $860.Tillack Family, Woodlands, sold Charolais weaners, with steers making $965-$1060.
Peter & Elaine Horrocks, Mt Whitestone, sold quality 6 month old Simmental steers for $840.Brendan Neumann, Coominya, sold 7 month old Droughtmaster steers for $820.Brian O’Sullivan, Laidley, sold 14 month old Charbray heifers for $1000.
Cunningham Pastoral, Aratula, sold a line of 6 month old Charbray heifers for $820.Collins Grazing purchased cows and calves for $1780.
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