IAN Burgess, of Gregors Creek, sold droughtmaster steers two years @ $1310. Stuart Patterson and family sold charolais-cross and euro steers milk tooth @ $1290, $1260 and $1240.
Neil Hobart sold charolaiscross and droughtmaster-cross steers two years @ $1210, $1190.
John Masters had charolaiscross steers 20 months @ $1140. Charolais-cross steers from Perseverance Dam 18 months sold @ $1100.
Barraclough Partnership had droughtmaster steers 15 months @$1040. Bill and Joe Lindstrom had santa-cross steers 15 months @ $960.
Rick Ruhland had charbray steers 10 months @ $775. Angleg Grazing Co sold eurocross steers 10 months @ $800.
Jacques and Linda Moisson had charolais-cross steers 12 months @ $870 and $830.
G and C Harrison, of Somerset Dam, sold droughtmaster steers 10 months @ $740.
Darcy Pratten had quality brangus steer calves @ $730.
David Gregor sold early weaned santa steers @ $640 and $570.
Leon Vogler had droughtmaster steers @ $880.
Peterson and Warlow, of Forest Hill, had charolais-cross steers 12 months @ $800 and angus-cross steers @ $790.
Aged charolais-cross cows and calves A/C Harrington family sold @ $1150 and $1130.
Bruce and Anne Mcloughlin had charolais-cross cows with baby calves @ $1040.
Heifer market was solid, with a tremendous offering of quality young heifers.
Margaret Wilson, The Valley, Blackbutt, sold 16 months droughtmaster heifers @ $1140.
Jamey Josey had santacross heifers 20 months @ $940. Greg Hose’s angus-cross heifers 16 months sold @ $930.
Mick and Sue Symes had santa-cross heifers No.8 @ $880. Bruce Apel and family, of Gin Gin, sold 225 excellentquality charbray heifers No.8 @ $960, $920 and $890, pen after pen selling over $800.
John Egan sold quality charbray heifers 16 months @ $850. Geoff Gelhaar had charolais-cross heifers eight months @ $790 and santa-cross @ $680.
Plainer and light heifer calves saw a harder market in line with the extremely limited vealer market.