Feeders remain strong at Moreton

Feeders remain strong at Moreton

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The market remained firm for quality feeders at Moreton on Tuesday.

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Agents Boyd O'Brien Bartholomew reported a yarding, 654 head, cattle at Moreton on Tuesday. The market remained firm for quality feeders. Vealers and yearlings eased, as did backgrounders. The top end, the export remained strong. Trade cattle sold well.

Charbray cross vealer steers account Lodge Management, Mt Walker, sold for 211.2c weighing 267kg to return $563. B and L Ehrich, Kalbar sold Charolais cross vealer heifers for 189.2c weighing 266kg to return $504. T and D O'Shea, Walloon sold Charolais cross yearling steers for 258.2c weighing 315kg to return $815. Charolais cross yearling heifers account T and D O'Shea sold for 185.2c weighing 313kg to return $581. Droughtmaster cross feeder steers account G and N Stark, Anduramba sold for 295.2c weighing 441kg to return $1302. G and N Stark also sold Droughtmaster cross feeder heifers for 220.0c weighing 337kg to return $742.

D and M Heck, Fernvale sold Santa cross grain assist heifers for 272.2c weighing 430kg to return $1170. J England, Mt Mee sold Charolais cross 0/2 tooth pasture heifers for 269.2c weighing 480kg to return $1292. Brangus cross grass ox account Marbeh Pastoral, Peak Crossing sold for 294.2c weighing 660kg to return $1941. Droughtmaster cross cows account Capaja Family Trust, Maudsland sold for 234.2c weighing 595kg to return $1393. Limousin cross bulls account C and J Johnston, Blanchview sold for 245.2c weighing 780kg to return $1912.

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