Demand and values for heavy steers remained strong as Rockhampton combined agents yarded a total of 2901 head on April 1.
The market for prime cows eased a shade while prime ox held firm. Feeder steers and heifers also remained strong. Weaner steers met with very strong competition between restockers and were dearer, while the weaner heifers remained firm.
Brett Green, Wowan, sold feeder steers for 290c weighing 434kg to return $1256
Rob and Una Oates, Comet, sold Brahman feeder steers to top at 291c weighing 440kg to return $1268.
Cedarvale Pastoral Co, Ubobo, sold Charbray steers to average 298c weighing 404kg to return $1171.
John and Karen Brosnan, Mt Morgan, sold prime Brahman cows for 224c weighing 557kg to return $1249.
Renco Cattle Co, Wowan, sold light feeder Brangus heifers for 270c weighing 421kg to return $1211.
E Graving, Biloela, sold Braford steers for 287c weighing 421kg to return $1211.
Redbank Cattle Co, Morinish, sold Droughtmaster No4 steers to top at 298c weighing 473kg to return $1411.
Myles Breitkreutz, Wowan, sold weaner steers to top at 398c weighing 473kg to return $816.
Lyn Graham, Wowan, sold Charbray weaner steers to top at 388c weighing 234kg to return $908.
N&K Williams, Calliope, sold No5 Charbray steers to average 284kg at 348c to return $992. The Williams family also sold heifers to average 283kg at 285c to return $809.
The next Gracemere sale will be held on April 8 starting at 8.30am.