EU steers sell for 175.2c

Central and North Burnett Times - - RURAL UPDATE -

BUL­LOCKS yarded at Mon­day’s sale at Biggenden were not the qual­ity of the pre­vi­ous sale, av­er­ag­ing five to eight cents cheaper al­though top­ping at sim­i­lar prices to last sale.

The Bur­nett Live­stock and Realty’s meat­works and store saw a yard­ing of 1487 head with cat­tle were drawn from Monto, Eidsvold, Mun­dub­bera, Bin­jour, Mt Perry, Gayn­dah Pros­ton, Boouby­jan, Win­dera, Tansey, Kilki­van, Bau­ple, Gun­diah, Doongul, Niken­bah, Childers, Bund­aberg, South Kolan, Bucca, Avon­dale, Yan­daran, Rosedale, Lowmead, Miriam Vale, Won­bah, Gin Gin, Booyal and all lo­cal ar­eas

Only 75 heifers 300kg to 400kg were yarded with a large per­cent­age of th­ese heifers hav­ing two teeth av­er­ag­ing six cents cheaper.

Next Meat­works and Store Sale is Mon­day, July 1.


BIGGENDEN SALE: Terry Haupt, De­bin­gal, Eidsvold, with a pen of his EU char­bray steers.

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