Wotonga Grazing Charbray cows hit 322.2c/kg at CQLX Prime and Store sale

Ben Harden
By Ben Harden
Updated July 21 2022 - 4:04am, first published July 20 2022 - 7:00am
Nutrien's Sam Moy, Rockhampton, and James Saunders, Mackay, with a run of 147 prime cows on account of the Flohr family of Wotonga Grazing Company, Nebo. Picture: Ben Harden

Processor cows were dearer at the Central Queensland Livestock Exchange (CQLX) prime and store sale on Wednesday, where a quality run of Charbray cross cows hit 322.2c/kg.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Queensland Country Life Journalist

Based in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. Contact: 0437528907

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