Another wet week saw a lighter yarding at Stariha Auctions Woodford cattle sale on Monday.
Any vendors who could get their cattle to the yards were rewarded with very high rates being paid for all descriptions of cattle.
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Christine Rowe, Laceys Creek, sold a pen of eight to nine-month-old Charolais steers for $1890.
Ian Burgess, Gregors Creek, sold Angus weaner steers for $1960.
MR Friedrich, Toogoolawah, sold a line of Droughtmaster cross weaner steers for $1920.
Leanne Paulus, Mt Delaney, sold Charbray cows for $2040, store cows for $1700 and steer calves five to six-months-old, for $1320.
Ray Butler, Ocean View, sold Brahman cross steers for $2580 and $2000.
Gerald Carseldine, Wamuran, sold Brangus cows and calves for $2660.
Steve Doneathy, Stanmore, sold a pen of Droughtmaster feeder steers for $2380.
Roberts Hardwood, Woodford, sold five to six-month-old Droughtmaster steers for $1480.
ALB Pastoral, Woolmar, sold Droughtmaster vealer heifers for $1490.
Trent Pratten, Mt Kilcoy, sold five to six-month-old Charbray calves, with steers making $1420 and heifers $1400.
Colin and Mary McKavanagh, Laceys Creek, sold five to six-month old Droughtmaster male calves for $1480.
Gordon Engle, Maleny, sold a pen of Droughtmaster male calves, four to five-months-old, for $1315.
NT Heilig Trust, Beerburrum, sold Brahman weaners, with males making $1685 and heifers $1450.
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