The annual Gin Gin Weaner Show and Sale on Monday saw a strong yarding of 602 head.
Elders stock agent Simon Kinbacher said buyer support from as north as Comet and down to Nanango saw a firm market over all categories with the yarding increased on last year’s 495 head.
Gayndah judge John Slack awarded the grand champion pen title to Simbrah steers from Jim and Jenny Bauer, Monduran, who also claimed first in the crossbred category.
The steers later went on to sell for $900/head.
M and T Dingle, Miriam Vale, placed first in both the Brahman steer and heifer classes.
Their run of 64 Brahman weaner steers sold to top at $830/head.
In other market quotes from the sale; the Estate of the late Ashford, Monduran, sold Charbray weaner steers for $880/head.
D and P Neubecker, Rosedale, sold red Brahman weaner steers for $850/head.
R and P Sellers, Gin Gin, sold Red Brangus steers for $850/head.
Nathan Rhodes, Rosedale, sold a line of 66 Simmental steers to top at $810/head.
In the heifer market, EMDEE enterprises, Mt Perry, claimed the winning pen of crossbred heifers with their Droughtmaster females selling for $740/head.
G and B Lines, Wallaville, sold red Brahman heifers for $710/head.
The next sale will be held on June 11.