Market firm at Beaudesert

Market remains firm at Beaudesert

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Erin Gutzke of Gutzke Rural Holdings, Coulson sold Droughtmaster weaner steers for $590.

Erin Gutzke of Gutzke Rural Holdings, Coulson sold Droughtmaster weaner steers for $590.

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Weaner steers were highly sought after at Saturday's Beaudesert sale.

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Agents Bartholomew & Co reported a yarding of 315 head of cattle at their Beaudesert Store Sale on Saturday.  Weaner steers were highly sought after, selling to a strong buyer panel.  Quality heifers with breeding potential sold well, whilst weaner heifers were slightly cheaper.

Jim Stirling, Darlington sold Brangus steers three years for $1495.  Droughtmaster weaner steers account Ron Gehrke, Summerholm sold for $710. Tim and Dan O’Shea, Walloon sold Droughtmaster cross weaner steers for $640. 

Chris and Karen Lawson, Running Creek sold a line of Charolais weaner steers topping at $625.  Gutzke Rural Holdings, Coulson sold Droughtmaster weaner steers for $590.  Brangus cross  weaner steers from Wayne Ramm, Moogerah sold for $585.  Limousin cross weaner steers account Jon Wagner, Rathdowney made $445. 

Ken and Carolyn Armstrong, Beaudesert sold Charolais heifers with breeding potential for $955.  Ken and Carolyn also sold Droughtmaster cross heifers for $930.  Charbray cross weaner heifers account Tim and Dan O’Shea sold for $490.  Wayne Ramm sold Angus cross weaner heifers for $375. 

Jim Stirling sold Hereford cross cows for $1245.  Droughtmaster cows from Gutzke Rural Holdings sold for $1000.  Gutzke Rural Holdings also sold Droughtmaster cows with young calves at foot for $820.

The next Beaudesert store sale will be held on Saturday August 25, starting at 9:30am.

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