Far­rell McCro­hon Stock & Sta­tion Agents

The Coffs Coast Advocate - - LIFE -

THERE was 484 cat­tle yarded at Grafton on Septem­ber 12.

The num­bers im­proved on last week, how­ever most of the cat­tle that come for­ward def­i­nitely showed the signs of a hard sea­son.

Bul­locks sold to 250c/kg and cows to 220c/kg. Sale high­lights:

Wave­hill bul­locks topped at 240c/kg weighed 720kg to re­turn $1728/hd.

Ramornie Sta­tion bul­locks sold to 262c/kg weighed 550kg to re­turn $1568/hd.

RP&N Ens­bey bul­locks sold to 250c/kg weighed 533kg to re­turn $1322/hd.

J Keats bul­locks sold to 255c/kg weighed 550kg to re­turn $1394/hd.

RC Child steers sold to 252c/kg weighed 505kg to re­turn $1220/hd.

AG&ME Dougherty heavy heifers made 231c/kg weighed 378kg to re­turn $873/hd.

Ken Wat­ters cows sold to 220c/kg weighed 603kg to re­turn $1315/hd.

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