Droughtmaster cross cows sell to 266.2c

Moreton cows make 266.2c

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Welcome rain over the last few days in the south east has driven the market dearer for all descriptions at Moreton cattle sale.

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Agents Boyd O’Brien Bartholomew reported a yarding of 356 head of cattle at Moreton on Tuesday, March 6.

Welcome rain over the last few days in the south east has driven the market dearer for all descriptions.

Quality restocker steers met hot competition.

All export sold to a very strong panel of buyers.  

Vealers and yearlings remained firm to slightly dearer.

Euro cross vealer steers account J&S Clewley sold for 333.2c weighing 217kg to return $724.  

T Klan sold Droughtmaster yearling heifers for 286.2c weighing 285kg to return $815.

J&S Clewley also sold yearling Limousin steers for 317.2c weighing 265kg to return $840.  

Charolais cross feeder steers account K&J Horrex sold for 288.2c weighing 448kg to return $1292.

J Sutton sold grass fed Charbray heifers for 290c weighing 590kg to return $1711.  

Luck Farming sold grass fed Charbray steers for 301.2c weighing 810kg to return $2439.

J&T Pratt sold Droughtmaster cross grass fed steers for 301.2c weighing 570kg to return $1716.  

Eight tooth grass fed santa cross ox account T K Ulyatt sold for 300.2c weighing 659kg to return $1978. Tinton Grazing sold Greyman grain assist steers for 289.2c weighing 422kg to return $1221.

Grain fed Limo cross steers account D&M Heck sold for 309.2c weighing 480kg to return $1484.  Santa cross medium cows account Tinton Grazing sold for 260.2c weighing 650kg to return $1691.  

D&M Staatz sold Droughtmaster cross cows for 266.2c weighing 702kg to return $1870.

Luck Farming sold Charbray bulls for 273.2c weighing 945kg to return $2581.

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