Heavy grassfed steers top at 427c/kg on AuctionsPlus

Hicks-steersThe big steers tipping the scales at 400kgs+ sold from 368c to 427c to average 405c on AuctionsPlus last week.

The top line was a quality listing of 12-13-month-old Hereford steers (pictured) listed by ‘Barry & Faye Hicks’ from Gundowring, VIC. They made $1,805 or 427c/kg, weighing 422.4kg and will be staying within Victoria.

Steering weighing 280-330kgs sold from 352c to 488c to average 442c. The tops were for a line of 11-12-month-old Angus steers from Table Top, NSW, vendor bred from ‘Lindooga Pastoral Company’. This line of steers made $1,440 or 488c/kg, weighing 295.2kg and are heading south into Victoria.

Steers weighing 330-400kgs sold from 352c to 456c to average 414c. The top price was returned by a line of 11-12-month-old black baldy steers hailing from Culcairn, NSW listed by vendors ‘Wilksch Partners’.

Making $1,550 or 456ckg, weighing 340.7. These steers will be heading across the boarder to Corryong, VIC.

Cows and Calves ranged from $1,760 to $3,275 to average $2,638.

The top price went to a line of 4-6-year-old Angus proven breeders. These Cows are PTIC back to Table Top Angus bulls and the cows also have 6-7 month old Angus calves at foot. Cows were listed by vendors ‘S & P Grazing’ from Talgarno, VIC.

PTIC cows ranged from $1,330 to $2,630 to average $1,809. The top price was for a line of 4-7-year-old Poll Hereford proven breeders.

These cows are vendor bred by vendors ‘Sevenbardot Partnership’ from Condobolin, NSW and will be traveling a short distance to Lake Cargelligo, NSW to calve their Poll Hereford calves.

PTIC heifers ranged from $1,320 to $2,685 to average $1,777. The top price was for a line of Shorthorn rising 2 year old’s from Cumnock, NSW bred by vendors ‘LV & SM Job’.

Heifers are PTIC to Speckle Park bulls and will be calving in their new home at Bylong, NSW.

Heifers under 200kg ranged from 362c to 573c to average 483c. The top price was for a line of Santa Gertrudis unweaned heifers from Blackall, QLD making $930 or 573c/kg, weighing 162.2kg.

The girls are 4-6 months in age and were vendor bred by vendors ‘Alice Downs Grazing Co’, they will be making the 1,100km journey south to Dubbo, NSW.

Heifers ranging from 200-280kg sold from 382c to 475c to average 417c. The top price was for a line of Angus NSM heifers from Wallacedale, VIC offered by A/C: ‘SP MCLEOD’.

They made $1,290 or 475c/kg, weighing 271.7/kg. At 12-14 months in age, they are at the prime of their lives for a great breeding future for their new owners, staying local to Victoria.

Heifers ranging from 280-330kgs sold from 352c to 468c to average 418c. The tops went to a line of 12-13-month-old Angus heifers from Bowna, NSW listed by vendors ‘Newman Bio Tech’. They made $1,420 or 468c/kg, weighing 303.3kg. Well done on a great result!

Heifers ranging from 330-400kgs sold from 352c to 461c to average 404c. The top line was a well put together line of 12-13-month-old angus future breeders vendor bred by ‘Cudgewa Creek Cattle Co Pty Ltd’ from Lucyvale, VIC.

They made $1,620 or 461c/kg, weighing 351kg. Heifers are NSM, so ready for their new vendors to join to bull of choice.

Heavy heifers tipping the sales at 400kgs+ sold from 339c to 402c to average 376c. The top price was for a line of 15-17-month-old Shorthorn future breeders from Padthaway, SA.

Bred from vendors ‘Carlton Nitschke Investments’ which made $1,650 or 402c/kg, weighing 410kg. These girls will be heading east to the NSW/VIC boarder near Albury/Wodonga.

Steers under 200kgs sold from 487c to 557c to average 522c. The top line was achieved by  vendors ‘Alice Downs Grazing Co’ who who also achieved top price for heifers under 200kgs.

These unweaned Santa Gertrudis steers are from Blackall, QLD and are 4-6 month in age making $940 or 557c/kg, weighing 168.8kg. The steers are headed with their sisters travelling 1,100km south to Dubbo, NSW.

 

 

Across the water in Tasmania this week saw a spike in listings to total 578 head on offer! Clearance remained high with 99% achieved on the island and strong prices across several stock categories.

Weaner and yearling steers made up the bulk of the catalogue with 283 head listed, selling from $1,000 to $1,720, averaging $1,303. A/c ‘RW & M Spillane’ from Beulah offered the top priced line with 13-15-month-old, 410kg, Poll Hereford backgrounder steers.

The 225 weaner and yearling heifers were offered selling between $890 and $1,570, averaging $1,199. A line of 13-14-month-old Angus/Poll Hereford yearling heifers offered by A/c ‘Pisa Estate’ secured the top price, weighing 423kgs.

 

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