Cows hit 231c at Moreton

Moreton cows make 231c

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A quality yarding of cattle attracted a full panel of buyers at Moreton on February 13.

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Agents Boyd O’Brien Bartholomew yarded 668 head at Moreton on Tuesday, February 13.

A quality yarding of cattle attracted a full panel of buyers. Quality young cattle remained firm lesser quality types were slightly easier. An outstanding line up of Cows came to hand and met hot competition with all processors present. Feeder Steers and Heifers were firm with lines of background selling well.

Lockyer Cut Flowers of Woodbine sold Charbray yearling heifers for 290c/kg weighing 365kg to return $1059.  M Werner of Lowood sold simbrah yearling steers for 321.2c weighing 228kg to return $927.  Grain assist ox account Brisbane Valley Feedlots sold for 277.2c weighing 600kg to return $1663. 

Feeder steers account DA Knopke sold for 278.2c weighing 455kg to return $1267.  Fritz Farming of Moogerah sold Charolais cross feeder heifers for 273.2c weighing 414kg to return $1131.  Moffatt Pastoral Holdings of Tarome sold 4 tooth grass fed heifers for 263.2c weighing 501kg to return $1319. 

Charolais cross heifers account Apel & Co sold for 265.2c weighing 556kg to return $1476.  Grain fed heifers account M Conroy of Bryden sold for 298.2c weighing 475kg to return $1416.  R W Hession of Kilcoy sold Santa cross ox for 275.2c weighing 655kg to return $1802.

Dairy culls account G&S Cox of Hattonvale sold for 193.2c weighing 605kg to return $1169. Jimna Grazing sold Charolais cross cows for 225.2c weighing 635kg to return $1431.  Apel & Co of Gin Gin sold Charbray cows for 231.2cweighing 664kg to return $1536.  Gutzke Rural Holdings sold Droughtmaster bulls for 253.2c weighing 725kg to return $1828.

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