Brangus Commercial Females sell well

Solid results from CQLX selling complex at Brangus sale

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There was keen bidding on the heifers offered at the Brangus Commercial Female Sale at CQLX, Gracemere, on October 14.

There was keen bidding on the heifers offered at the Brangus Commercial Female Sale at CQLX, Gracemere, on October 14.

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More than 200 head sell under the hammer at Brangus Commercial Female auction at Gracemere

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THE 2019 Ray White Livestock Brangus Commercial Female Sale, like others held recently at the Central Queensland Livestock Exchange in Gracemere, generated keen interest and solid trade.

According to a report issued after the sale, "a top line up of 215 head" of Brangus Commercial Females were presented at the Brangus Society Sale on October 14 for gross sales of $174,315.

Heifers, the report said, were in high demand with the lines of No. 8s & No.9s averaging $810/hd and topping out at $1100/hd.

Ross and Lorraine Prange, Mt Larcom, topped the sale with their pen of four No.8 heifers selling to Peba Pastoral, Gracemere for $1100.

Brent and Maree Woodard, Parkes Brangus Duaringa, sold 26 No. 8 EU heifers to a top of $975 to MV Brangus, Kandanga, and John Collins, Yaraandoo Brangus Gogango, sold seven No.8 heifers for $950 to Beeblee Pastoral Company, Nebo.

Rob and Nadia Campbell, Goondicum Pastoral Co. Monto, parted with 33 heifers, selling to a ceiling of $850/hd for a pen of No. 8 EU heifers bought by Lisco Farming, Brightly.

Bruce and Leanne Woodard and family, Bonox Brangus Taroom, sold a great run of 119 No.9 heifers to top at $980/hd for a pen of five heifers, which were bought by AG & LD McKinlay, Springsure.

Andrew Clarke and Kellie Kime, Clarke Livestock & Co, Garnant, sold nine heifers to a top price of $880 for a pen of five heifers sold to MV Brangus, Kandanga.

Nev and Karen Tarry, Coal Dust Brangus, Monto, sold 10 No.9 heifers to top at $700 for a pen of five heifers, which went to the Kahma Family Trust, Farleigh.

Greg and Sandra Drake, Namara Brangus Westwood, sold a pen of No.9 heifers to top at $620 to Comiskey Earthmoving, Marmor.

A spokesman for Ray White Livestock Rockhampton thanked the various vendors, buyers and underbidders.

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