Live updates from Big Country 2020

Big Country Brahman Sale 2020: Live updates as the sale unfolds

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A quality draft of grey Brahman bulls has been yarded for day two of the Big Country Brahman Sale.

A quality draft of grey Brahman bulls has been yarded for day two of the Big Country Brahman Sale.

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Keep up to date with the Big Country Brahman Sale action on Monday and Tuesday.

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Day one of the Big Country Brahman Sale concluded with a solid average of $8690, and a top price of $54,000.

Lanes Creek Rainman 2182 (P) was showered with bids before the Dunn family, Somerton Brahmans, St Lawrence, made the top offer.

Speaking ahead of the Big Country Brahman Sale, McCaffrey's Australian Livestock sale coordinator Ken McCaffrey said there was great demand for Brahman genetics in the live export and processing sectors.

"As far as the sale goes, this rain has come after a very dry period for the cattle industry in the central and north areas, and coming with that dry period it was been a costly period for producers, whether through agistment, providing hay or supplement for the cattle," he said.

Buyers inspect the red Brahman bulls on day one of the Big Country Brahman Sale.

Buyers inspect the red Brahman bulls on day one of the Big Country Brahman Sale.

"That obviously has an effect on the spending power of producers and the benefits of the rain falling now it will be ongoing, and it will take some time to filter through.

"The fundamentals of the cattle and beef industry looks excellent."

The annual sale at the Dalrymple Saleyards will commence at 9.30am on Monday, February 3, and continue on Tuesday, February 4, from 8.30am.

Refresh or revisit this page for live updates as the sale unfolds.

The story Live updates from Big Country 2020 first appeared on North Queensland Register.

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