Gympie market improves for all descriptions

Gympie market improves for all descriptions

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Sullivan Livestock yarded 1929 cattle at the Gympie cattle sale on Monday.

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Sullivan Livestock yarded 1929 cattle at the Gympie cattle sale on Monday November 4 where the market was dearer for all descriptions.

Cattle were drawn from Mt Perry, Childers, Maryborough, Aramara, Brooweena, Booubyjan, Kilkivan, Woolooga, Eumundi, Kenilworth, Conondale and all local areas.

Full mouth Droughtmaster cross bullocks from A and I Kildey, Pomona made 337c/kg to return $2166.

Brangus bullocks, two and four tooth from Dion Williams, Brooweena sold to a top of 346c to return $1744.

Brahman heifers from Peter Gous topped at 305c to return $1622. Brahman cows from P & K Bognuda, Kilkivan sold to a top of 267c or $1451.

Heavy feeders topped at 313c for Droughtmaster steers from J Symonds, Mothar Mountain to return $1430.

Droughtmaster steers from Peter Cunningham sold for 308c or $1383.

Droughtmaster steers from the Belling family, Miva made 308c to return $1288 while Charbray steers from Neil Hayward, Sexton sold for 305c or $1200 and $1159.

Quality no.9 Charbray steers from S, I & D Gear, Bollier Park, Imbil made 300c to return $1158.

Droughtmaster heifers from R & S Gibbs, Widgee sold for 279c or $1108 and $1045.

Neil Hayward's Charbray heifers made 279c to return $1118 and 271c or $1008).

F1 Charbray heifers from the Gear family made 285c or $1087 while high grade Brahman heifers from Ken Schultz, Scotchy Pocket made 283c to return $733.

Brangus heifers from T & R Roche, Glastonbury made 251c or $686.

Good conditioned vealer heifers generally sold from 218c to 247c to processors. Quality store weaner heifers sold from 195c to 248c to restockers. Plainer types sold from 145c to 190c.

Cows and calves were limited in supply and sold to a top of $1020.

The next Liveweight Sale Monday 18th November 2019.

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