Kindee weaners top 210c/kg

Penelope Arthur
Updated December 16 2015 - 12:19pm, first published July 3 2014 - 10:41am
The Shaw family sold 465 Angus steers averaging 274kg for a top of 223c/kg and an average of 220c to return $603/head. They also sold 255 Anguscross heifers at the Roma store sale on Tuesday, averaging 248kg for a top of 218c or 210c/$520. Jeremy and Julie Shaw (pictured) run 1400 Angus breeders at four properties in the Injune district – Double J, Moscow Downs, Amersham and Mt Hutton.
The Shaw family sold 465 Angus steers averaging 274kg for a top of 223c/kg and an average of 220c to return $603/head. They also sold 255 Anguscross heifers at the Roma store sale on Tuesday, averaging 248kg for a top of 218c or 210c/$520. Jeremy and Julie Shaw (pictured) run 1400 Angus breeders at four properties in the Injune district – Double J, Moscow Downs, Amersham and Mt Hutton.

IT has been forty years since seasonal conditions have forced Ian and Janie Murray to offload breeding stock.

Penelope Arthur

Penelope Arthur

Journalist

Journalist for Queensland Country Life at Roma.

Get the latest QLD news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.