The top price went to a line of Mt William blood Charolais cows and calves (pictured), A/c ‘Reeder Aust’ from Colac West, VIC and are heading to a buyer in Echuca, VIC.
The cows are aged from 2 to 4 years, weigh 649kgs and have been joined to a Charolais bull.
The calves at foot are 3 to 14 weeks old and weigh 107kgs. Another highlight goes to a line of Angus cows and calves from A/c ‘Bolaro Pastoral Co Pty Ltd’, Dunedoo, NSW which sold to a buyer in Coonabarabran, NSW for $2,960.
These cows are aged from 4 to 6 years, weigh 508kgs and are joined to Hereford bulls. The Limousin and Angus calves at foot are 2 to 4 months old and weigh 130kgs.
PTIC cows sold from $1,130 to $2,250, averaging $1,941 down $18 on last week. Numbers bumped up this week to 2,014 with clearance hitting 76%.
The top price went to a line of Angus cows from A/c ‘Finlay Family Past’, Morven, NSW and are heading south to their new home in the Riverina, NSW.
These cows are aged from 5 to 7 years, weigh 603kgs and have been PTIC to Dunoon Angus Bulls.
Honourable mention goes to a line of registered Raff blood Angus cows from A/c ‘Austpec Pastoral’, Roma, QLD which sold for $2,260 to a buyer in Emerald, QLD. These cows are aged from 3 to 11 years, weigh 624kgs and are PTIC to Wagyu bulls.
PTIC Heifer numbers jumped to 1,822 head and reached a 68% clearance. Prices ranged from $1,230 to $2,650, to average $1,799 holding firm on last week.
The top price went to A/c ‘Bongongo Angus’ from Tumblong, NSW who offered Angus heifers aged 20 to 21 months, weighing 490kgs and PTIC to Angus bulls. These girls are off to their new home in Glenburn, VIC.
From Kangaloon, NSW a unique offering of Fleckvieh heifers sold for $2,540 to a buyer in Myrtleford, VIC. These heifers are 18 to 30 months, weigh 483kgs and have been PTIC to Limousin bulls.
Lights steers under 200kgs sold from 461c to 633c, averaging 535c, up 51c. The top price went to a line of Angus steers from A/c ‘Bridgewater Group Holdings Pty Ltd’, Black Mountain, NSW.
These EU steers are 7 months old and weigh 148kgs. From Victoria Hill, QLD a line of Ben Nevis and Kilburnie blood Angus steers, aged 8 to 10 months, weighing 196kgs, sold for 539c.
Steers weighing 200 to 280kgs sold from 334c to 606c, averaging 495c, up 27c. The top price again went to A/c ‘Bridgewater Group Holdings Pty Ltd’, Black Mountain, NSW who offered EU steers, aged 7 to 8 months weighing 218kgs. From Glenburn, VIC a line of Angus steers, aged 6 to 7 months weighing 218kgs which sold for 569c.
280 to 330kg steers sold from 343c to 477c, averaging, 412c, down 8c. The top price went to a line of Angus steers from A/c ‘MS Henwood Family Trust’, Grong Grong, NSW.
These steers are 13 to 15 months and weigh 287kgs. Another highlight includes a line of 8 to 10 month old, Angus/Charolais cross steers, weighing 328kgs from Denman, NSW which sold for 444c.
Feeder steers weighing 330 to 400kgs sold from 352c to 457, averaging 394c, up 14c. The top price wen to a line of Angus steers offered by A/c ‘RD & RV Cox’, Deepwater, NSW.
These steers are 17 to 19 months and weigh 330kgs. From Cecil Plains, QLD a line of F1 Wagyu cross steers sold for 441c. These steers are 16 to 29 months and weigh 395kgs.
Heavy steers weighing over 400kgs sold from 369c to 414c, averaging 393c, up 11c. The top price went to a line of Coolana Blood Angus steers, offered by A/c ‘Abbey Hills’, Hawkesdale, VIC.
These steers are 13 to 14 months old and weigh 423kgs. From Wistow, SA a line of 11 to 12 month old Angus steers, weighing 401kgs sold for 412c.