FEEDER steers sold to a dearer market at Toogoolawah’s latest sale.
A/C L. Hoare of Flagstone, sold santa-cross steers 20 months @ $1230 and 15 [email protected] $960.
Ben Facey sold his angus-cross steers, 18 months, @ $980 and $920.
E & R Hayes, of Blackbutt, had droughtmaster steers 12 months @ $760.
Charlie Zischke sold charolais-cross steers 16 months @ $840.
Sue Lee sold senepol-cross steers 14 months @ $820.
J & L Langley had charolais-cross steers 18 months @ $1170 and 14 months @ $890.
Eddie Vellacott sold light condition droughtmaster-cross steers @ $710 and $700.
Weaner steers were in short supply with most local producers waiting for the Weaner Show and Sale on Friday, May 17 which is expecting yarding of 5500 excellent young cattle.
Charolais steer calves, six months, sold in the $590-$640 range.
Light conditioned small late weaner steers showed no improvement and represents an opportunity to purchase quality young cattle at reasonable prices.
Garry Siedofsky sold PTIC charolais-cross cows @ $1190.
David Morse had PTIC droughtmaster cows @ $1020 and $1000.
Mary Birchley sold charolais-cross store cows to $960.
Philip Lehman, of Patrick Estate, sold aged droughtmaster cows with small calves @ $1000.
Shearer Agriculture sold charbray heifers @ $1200 and $1100, while santa heifers of L Hoare sold @ $1100.
Charlie Zischke sold 15 month charolais-cross heifers @ $770.
Hurley Grazing Co. sold santa-cross heifers 18 months @ $720.
E & R Hayes had droughtmaster-cross heifers 12 months @ $770.
Ben Facey’s angus-cross heifers 18 months sold @ $860.
Wade and Megan Stretton’s charolais-cross heifers, 10-12 months, sold @ $670 and $570.
Cair Conditioning had quality charolais-cross heifer calves @ $650 and $610.
Michael Yeo sold charbray heifers, 12-14 months, @ $750.