Glen Marshall, Nanango, had quality PTIC Simbrah heifers two years at $1480 at Toogoolawah last Friday in a yarding of 1827 head.
Marshall Droughtmaster heifers joined to Santa Bulls two months sold at $1060 for 24 head.
Ben Healy, Dayboro, sold Droughtmaster cross steers two years at $1400.
Raymond and Dianne Bruxner, Beaudesert, sold Charolais cross steers two years at $1340 and 20 months at $1140.
Harzer & Co, Gayndah, had Angus cross steers 20 months at $1170 and $1030 and Charolais cross at $1020.
Ivan Wild sold Droughtmaster cross steers 20 months at $930.
J and E Tones, Kilcoy, sold Droughtmaster steers 18 months at $1000.
Jamie Oxenford sold 20 months Brangus steers at $1060.
Rob Daley's Charolais steers 20 months realised $1030.
Barraclough Partnership had Droughtmaster steers 14 months at $860
Mount View, Bryden, sold Charolais cross steers 12 months at $760 and $740.
Graham Scholl, Gatton, had quality Charolais cross steer weaners at $900.
Reiser & Sons, Blackbutt, had Charolais cross steer calves at $810.
Paradise Grazing, Nanango, sold five months steer calves at $500.
R & J Banks, Kilcoy, sold Droughtmaster steers 16 months at $990.
Matt Wyvill sold Droughtmaster steers 12 months at $760.
Leofric and Mary North sold Simmental steer calves at $810, $660 and $650.
Croftby Downs sold Charolais crosssteers 12 months at $800.
Luck Farming had 12 months steers at $760.
Lloyd and Elaine Golinski had quality 14 months Charolais cross heifers at $960.
Paradise Grazing Co sold Charolais cross heifers at $860 and $790.
Wirralee Santas, Boonah, sold top quality Santa heifers 16 months at $950.
K and S Terry had quality Droughtmaster heifers 20 months at $1200.
Ross and Tracey Tinney had Droughtmaster heifers 16 months at $840 and Charolais cross at $780.
Graham Scholl's weaner Charolais crossheifers sold at $720.
Plainer and light heifers found a cheaper market than future breeder heifers and quality feeder heifers. Most of the large number of young heifers sold in the 460-560 bracket. Small light heifer calves met a market similar to the plain vealer market of the time. With short weeks approaching and quite a large supply over most of southern Queensland and northern NSW.
Shelley Garbuio sold Droughtmaster cows and calves at $1400.
Mick Gosper sold Charolais cross cows and calves aged at $1140.
Peter Simpson had Charolais cross cows and calves at $1040, $1190 and $1030.
Paul and Ros O'Brien, Gayndah, sold aged grey Brahman cows and calves at $970.