Charolais cross weaner steers make $1000 at Toogoolawah

Charolais cross weaner steers make $1000 at Toogoolawah

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Andrew Grieve, Colinton, with a pen of Charolais cross weaner steers that sold for $1000 at Toogoolawah on Friday.

Andrew Grieve, Colinton, with a pen of Charolais cross weaner steers that sold for $1000 at Toogoolawah on Friday.

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Toogoolawah's second weaner sale on Friday was a great success.

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Toogoolawah's second weaner sale on Friday was a great success.

Charolais/Bazadais cross steer calves sold for $1000. Ben Hardy had quality steer weaners at $1000 along with many pens of quality steers.

John and Doug Webster, Jimna, presented 200 quality Angus cross weaners with the steer calves selling to $920 and $800, while the heifer portion was keenly sought after at $750 and $710.

Damian and Fiona Williamson sold quality Charolais cross steer calves, weaned and presented clean of ticks at $820, $780 and $750. Garth and Toni Reiser sold steer calves at $770.

Jimna Grazing presented a top line of Charolais cross and Santa steer calves at $770 for Charolais cross and $810 for Santa cross. Graham and Carmel Lynch sold Charolais cross steers at $700.

Nev and Denise Rosser had quality Limousin cross steers at $760. Eskdale Cattle sold their second run of steer calves at $620 and $560. Graham Scholl sold Charolais steer calves at $760.

Brown and Harrison, Woodford, had Charolais cross steer calves at $810 and $720. Terry Bischoff sold his Santa cross steers at $700 and Charolais cross at $660. Margaret Wilson sold her Droughtmaster steer calves at $710.

N and K Green, Woodford, had Limousin cross steers at $600. Matt and Rachel Pulsford had Charolais cross steers at $610 and $580. John and Brendan Christensen sold Charbray weaner steers at $690.

An excellent draft of Charbray calves came forward from Warren Bayntun and family, Gayndah. The steers sold at $800 and $740. John and May Masters had quality Charolais steers at $650.

G and K Gelhaar, Ropley, had Santa cross steers at $600 and Charolais cross at $600. John Byrne, Gatton, had Brangus steer calves at $530. G and S McNamara sold Charolais cross steers at $750 and Angus cross at $690.

Ray Richards, Manumbar, sold Charbray steer calves at $700. Lance Bischoff sold steer calves from his recently acquired property at Mt. Stanley for $630 and $600. Darcy Pratten sold quality Brangus steer calves at $650 and $630. Alben Perrett had his second run of Charolais cross steer calves at $560 and $440.

Heifer weaners met a solid market with Duncan and Fiona Williamson selling their heifer calves at $650 and $440. Bayntun and Co of Gayndah had heifer weaners at $690 and $580. The Pulsford heifer calves sold to $520.

Brett Runge sold his Santa heifer calves at $480. Jimna Grazing sold Angus cross heifer calves at $580. John Byrne had Brangus heifers at $510.

The Fowler family, Coalstoun Lakes, had two decks of excellent quality Santa and Santa Euro cross heifer calves selling $630, $590 and $510. Ralph Mayer sold Charolais cross heifers at $680 and $650.

Baker and Hasler sold excellent Charolais cross heifer weaners to $770. An excellent Red Brahman Bull offered by Kaschula Cattle Breeders, Beaudesert, sold with keen competition at $5000.




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