Bullocks sell to 186.2c/kg
BURNETT Livestock and Realty’s meat works and store sale on Monday, November 12, saw a yarding of 928 head.
More than 21 bullocks over 500kg were yarded, 17 were 500kg to 600kg and topped at 186.2c and averaged three cents dearer than last sale.
Only four steers over 600kg were yarded and also topped at 186.2c.
Goldelk Pty Ltd, Booyal sold two and four tooth red brangus cross bullocks from 180.2c to 186.2c or $847 to $1248.
The Preston Family, Eidsvold sold brahman cross two to four tooth bullocks from 184.2c to 186.2c or $940 to $1045.
Close to 200 cows were yarded with cows 400kg to 500kg selling six cents dearer for and 20 cents dearer for cows under 400kg.
While cows over 500kg topped at 153.2c and averaged firm with last sale.
Some good trade heifers were yarded topping at 174.2c and averaging 11 cents dearer.
JE and TE Tincknell, Mundubbera sold four tooth droughtmaster trade heifers for 174.2c or $1054 and droughtmaster cows for 153.2c or $882.
MRand GL St Henry, Gaeta, sold brahman cows for 148.2c or $700, while six tooth trade heifers from the St Henry’s sold for 164.2c or $842.
Heavy bulls topped at 179.2c and averaged three cents dearer than last sale.
Fifty-two steers were yarded between 400kg to 500kg topping similar to last sale but averaging nine cents dearer than the previous sale.
A line of Santa and Santa cross milk and two tooth steers on account of Boyd and Linda Family Trust, Gayndah, sold from 179.2c to 187.2c or $691 to $870.
The Preston Family, Eidsvold sold simbrah milk tooth steers to top at 185c or $823. Steers 300kg to 400kg topped at 195c and averaged 13 cents dearer.
P and MA Whitehouse, Gayndah sold red brangus brahman cross milk and two tooth steers from 174.2c to 189.2c or $596 to $678.
D Roll, Burnett Heads sold 12 month old brangus steers for 188.2c or $579.
Weaner steers didn’t reach the highs of last sale but still topped at 218.2c and averaged two to five cents dearer.
The Innes Family, Goomeri sold charbray Angus-cross weaner steers from 203.2c to 205.2c or $501 to $521.
Brangus weaner steers on account of Roffcor Partnership, Gaeta sold for 206.2c or $432.
GS and HM Young, Eidsvold sold Charbray and Charbray cross weaner steers from 200.2c to 218.2c or $404 to $480.
Only a handful of feeder heifers were yarded topping at 180.2c and averaged four cents dearer.
GR and BJ Muller, Miriam Vale sold Droughtmaster milk tooth heifers for 173.2c or $624.
GS Royan, Childers sold droughtmaster milk tooth heifers for 180.2c or $545.
S Holder, Biggenden sold Charbray cross milk tooth heifers for 177.2c or $598.
Weaner heifers sold stronger throughout topping at 202.2c and averaged eight to nine cents dearer than the previous sale.
GS and HM Young, Eidsvold sold four pens of Charbray and Charbray cross weaner heifers from 192.2c to 198.2c or $330 to $426. Bundaberg Christian College sold Braford cross grain assisted weaner steers and heifers from 178.2c to 202.2c or $415 to $653.
More than 20 lots of 23 cows and calves averaged $668.
The next meat works and store sale will be held on Monday, November 26.
EIDSVOLD PEN: Burnett Livestock and Realty’s Lance Whitaker at Biggenden’s meatworks and store sale on Monday with a pen of charbray weaner steers on account of G & H Young, Eidsvold.