Cooks top Moreton Classic Beef Show and Sale

Cooks top Moreton Classic Beef Show and Sale

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The three outstanding 741kg Santa steers sold for 415.2c/kg to return $3079/head.

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Ben Fogg (centre), Moruya Feedlot, with judges Trevor Francis and Brendan Gilliland with the champion grainfed pen at the Moreton Classic.

Ben Fogg (centre), Moruya Feedlot, with judges Trevor Francis and Brendan Gilliland with the champion grainfed pen at the Moreton Classic.

NOEL and Liz Cook, Moruya Feedlot, Goondiwindi, have taken out top honours at Boyd O'Brien Bartholomew's annual Moreton Classic Beef Show and Sale, exhibiting the champion grainfed pen. The three outstanding 741kg Santa steers sold for 415.2c/kg to return $3079/head.

The champion grainfed export beast was a 775kg Charolais-cross steer from Kingsford Farms, Warwick, which made 421.2c/$3264.

Bernie Duncombe, Nanango, scored the champion grassfed award for a 695kg Charolais-cross steer at 395.2c/$2746. Benamitchy Limousins, Gilston, had the champion trade beast. The 505kg Limousin steer sold for 430c/$2171.

A quality line of 200 feeders were also offered. The Eggleston family, Toogoolawah, had the champion pen of feeder heifers with a pen of Charolais-cross which made 405.2c/$1458. Heifers from Wells Family Trust, Coulson, made 413.2c/$1446.

The champion pen of feeder steers came from the Hills family, Chinghee Creek. The 488kg Droughtmasters made $1977.

D&M Heck, Glamorganvale, sold a 350kg Limousin-cross steer for an exceptional 705c/$2467. D,C&A Knopke, Lowood, sold a 285kg Speckle Park steer for 514c/$1445. Hillcroft Feedlot, Wulkuraka, sold quality 350kg Limousin heifers for 449.2c/$1572.

Symbol D Grazing, Kilcoy, sold Droughtmaster-cross heifers for 429.2c/$901. Charbray steers from Enfield Investments, Mt Walker, made 431c/$1272. Keanbah Partnership, Mt Walker, sold a Limousin heifer for 413c/$1859. TP&JE Surawski, Croftby, sold a Limousin for 417.2c/$1898.

An Angus-cross heifer from MK Conroy, Bryden, made 400c/$2020. Graham Lewis, Toogoolawah, sold a Charbray heifer for 411.2c/$1870. G&D Argent and Sons, Blackbutt, sold Limousin heifers for 421.2c/$1832. Greg Beard, Lowood, sold a Droughtmaster steer for 417.2c/$1543.

LC Livestock sold a Braford steer for 459.2c/$1905. Jilabri Family Trust, Milbong, sold Angus steers for 419.2c/$1648. Broomfield Grazing sold a Charolais-cross steer for 403.2c/$1512.

LL Pastoral, Fernvale, sold a Charolais-cross steer for 409.2c/$1800. Wendy Bryce, Warwick, sold an Angus-cross steer for 409.2c/$2046. R&G Winter, Kumbia, sold Charbray steers for 407.2c/$1883. Bevan Flesser, Kerry, sold a Limousin steer for 429.2c/$1867. Faith Lutheran College, Plainlands, sold a Brahman-cross steer for 429.2c/$2146.

RA Cooper, Willowbank, sold Limousin steers for 453.2c/$2232. Jason and Tracey Bell, Pine Mountain, sold a Limousin steer for 620c/$2759. Laura Neuendorff, Marburg, sold a Limousin steer for 425.2c/$1913.

Export cattle sold to strong competition. Grain accredited Limousin heifers from Hillcroft Feedlot sold for 390.2c/$2828. G&D Argent and Sons sold Limousin-cross steers for 405.2c/$2370. Kingsford Farms, Freestone, sold a Santa steer for 453.2c/$2469.

Ian and Esther Livingstone, Kurwongbah, sold a Limousin steer for 399.2c/$2554. A grain assisted pen of six Charbray steers from Noel and Kath Jennings, Cedar Creek, made 387.2c/$2297. Stanhope Cattle Co, Cushnie, sold a pen of six 100 day accredited steers for 397.2c/$2747.

Trade feeder steers from Broomfield Grazing made 435.2c/$1468. Brisbane Valley Pastoral sold Droughtmasters for 417.2c. Charolais-cross steers from G&V Clarke made 413.2c.

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