Bul­locks sell to 186.2c/kg

Central and North Burnett Times - - RURAL UPDATE -

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.

Photo: Con­trib­uted

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.

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