Boyd O’Brien Bartholomew reported a yarding of 375 head of cattle for Moreton on Tuesday. All values remain very strong to dearer with strong competition. The reduced yarding was due to the wet weather and favoured the vendors. The market is still excellent and certainly a good time to sell.
Yearling murray grey heifers account P & M Morgan, Fernvale sold to a top of 311.2c weighing 200kg to return $622. B Perry, Mutdapilly sold angus yearling steers for 313.2c weighing 150kg to return $469. Beechmont Cattle Co. sold charbray pasture heifers for 336.2c weighing 367kg to return $1235. Erin Duncombe sold angus pasture steers for 335.2c weighing 360kg to return $1170. Julie Sprinthorpe, Boonah sold brahman pasture ox for 316.2c weighing 486kg to return $1538.
Grain assist steers account Jon Bowden, Marburg sold for 335.2c weighing 482kg to return $1617. Simmental grain assisted steers account D & M Laycock, Esk sold to 332.2c weighing 395kg to return $1312. Charolais feeder heifers account Beechmont Cattle Co sold for 332.2c weighing 315kg to return $1046. Feeder steers account Ron Mansfield, Spring Creek sold for 342.2c weighing 451kg to return $1545. Limousin feeder steers account N Draper, Stanmore sold for 346.2c weighing 430kg to return 1488.
Norwell Milling sold Friesian dairy culls for 249.2c weighing 605kg to return $1507. Droughtmaster cows account D Patterson, Laidley sold for 288c weighing 685kg to return $1972. Charbray cows account E Richter, Toogoolawah sold for 290.2c weighing 640kg to return $1856. G & S Toft, Marburg sold a young Santa Gertrudis bull for 300.2c weighing 490kg to return $1470.
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