A total of 2300 were penned on November 10 at Gracemere, only 70 more than last week’s sale, comprising of 850 steers, 848 heifers, 451 cows, 90 cows and calves and 50 bulls.
Cattle were drawn from Nebo, Sarina, Mackay and all local areas and the quality of the cattle overall, was good.
Prices remained firm with most descriptions but restocker and feeder type cattle varied in relation to quality on offer.
J Owens, Alton Downs sold quality weaner Braford heifers for 320c, weighing 294kg, to return $942.50.
K Mulligen, Gracemere sold Charbray heifers to top of 330c, weighing 219kg, to return $724.
L Cullen, Calliope sold quality Brahman steers to a top 390c, weighing 212kg, to return $828
AJ&P Davison, Lumeah, Middlemount sold heavy feeder steers for 274c, weighing 516kg to return $1415
Bambling Family, Goovigen sold Santa feeder heifers to top at 320.2c, weighing 295kg to return $946. The Arthurs family also sold weaner steers to top at 402c, weighing 250kg to return $1,005.
D&S McLean, Midgee sold Brangus steers for 394c, weighing 210kg, to return $830.28.
GR&MJ Dowrick, Elsewhere, Ogmore sold No 6 Brahman steers for 314c, weighing 345kg, to return $1086.
Praguelands Grazing, Mackay sold No 6 Droughtmaster heifers for 276c, weighing 282kg, returning $777.
RF&BJ Dalglish, Tanby sold quality weaner steers to reach 412.2c, weighing 185kg, to return $764.
Wildman Partnership, Gogango sold prime Brangus cows to top at 237.2c, weighing 571kg to return $1,354.41.
Yarrabee Grazing, Dingo sold No 7 Santa heifers for 332c, weighing 260kg, returning $862.