The top price line made $3,400 which was a line of 2-3-year-old Angus NSM heifers and calves (pictured) from East Hills Grazing, Manilla, NSW.
‘Another stand out line was a line of 3-year-old Angus heifers and calves offered by A/c “Beach Farming Pty Ltd” from Kialla, VIC. These heifers are station mated back to Angus bulls and will calve in the summer and made $3,375.
PTIC females always in high demand on a Friday, saw strong results across the board. Prices ranging from $1,390 to $2,640 to average $1,843.
The top line made $2,640 which was a line of Hereford heifers that are PTIC back to Hereford bulls.
This well-presented line of cattle hail from Mansfield, VIC and were listed by vendors ‘A & I Rice’.
Another solid result was seen from vendors ‘PA & CA Park’ from Deniliquin, NSW for their line of Angus PTIC heifers which joined back to Angus bulls which made $2,280. These two-year-old heifers are remaining local within the Deniliquin area.
Moving along to all things heifers, kicking things off with listings under 200kg which ranged from 386c to 559c to average 485c. The top line making 559c or $885 was for a line of 7-11-month-old Angus heifers weighing 165kg from Glenquarry, NSW.
The 200-280kg heifers sold from 349c to 521c to average 436c with the top price seen across two lots.
A line of 11-12-month old Angus heifers from Mannus, NSW presented by vendors ‘Corrective Services’ returned the top price of 521c or $1,425, weighing 273kg and are NSM. The other top line was presented by vendors ‘Mulgoa Pastoral’ for their line of 15-16-month-old Angus future breeders. These girls are NSM and made 521c or $1,440 weighing 276kg.
The 280-330kgs heifers sold from 375c to 513c to average 425c. The top price which made 513c from a line of 10-11-month-old NSM Angus future breeders from Warren, NSW.
These girls made 513c or $1,640 weighing 319kg, listed by A/C: ‘Egelabra Merino Stud’.
The 330-400kg heifers sold from 342c to 473c to average 415c. The top price was returned by a line of NSM Shorthorn future breeders from Forbes, NSW. Listed by A/C: ‘CC Francis & Sons’. These 12-14-month-old girls came in at 338kg making 473c or $1,600.
Finishing off with the big girls, tipping the scales at 400kg+, selling from 357c to 422c to average 385c. ‘Winnidad Pastoral’ came in with the top price of 422c or $1,760 for their line of 17-18 month old Angus feeder heifers from Mortlake, VIC. These girls weighed 416kg and will be staying within Victoria.
Now looking to see what steers made this week. Under 200kg steers ranged from 426c to 621c to average 545c. The top price was for a line of 10-11-month-old steers from Bundarra, NSW listed by vendor ‘Red Island Beef’. Coming in over the scales at 195kg making 621c or $1,215.
The 200-280kg steers sold from 375c to 607c to average 487c with the top line hailing from Forbes, NSW, listed by vendors ‘Duxton Broad Acre Farms’. These 5-6-month-old steers made 607c or $1,300 weighing 214kg.
The 280-330kg steers sold from 350c to 511c to average 450c. Well done to vendors ‘PK & GK Taylor’ located in Holbrook, NSW for your line of 10-12-month-old Angus steers. Weighing 283kg, this line returned top price making 511c or $1,450 with Dunoon Angus bloodlines.
The 330-400kg steers sold from 327c to 472c to average 427c. Top price went to vendors ‘Larkfield Pastoral Pty Ltd’ from Yea, VIC for a line 11-12-month-old Angus steers. Weighing 345kg, making 472c or $1,630.
And finally, the big boys tipping over the scales at 400kgs+ sold from 398c to 435c to average 413c. Well done to vendors ‘Pomany Angus’ for your line of two-year-old feeder steers hailing from Denman, NSW. These boys weighing 444kg made 435c or $1,935.