Sale honours went to the Droughtmaster breed on the final day of the two day February All Breeds Sale at CQLX Gracemere.
On Wednesday, the sale overall culminated a $1.22M gross while across the board saw male values average $4748 to achieve an 80 per cent clearance at auction. With no females offered on the final day that clearance remained at 93 per cent.
Bryvonlea Rolex (P), a 26-month- old Droughtmaster, offered by Glastonbury breeders Brian and Yvonne Heck, Bryvonlea Stud sold to Terry and Catherine Piggott, Aldinga Droughtmaster Stud, Rolleston via phone. Aldinga also secured the $9000, 24-month- old, Wantmore Cool Cat (P) offered by Andrew Welsh, Wantmore Stud, Kingaroy.
In all, 57 Droughtmaster bulls set a $4579 average and cleared 83 per cent of the offering.
Nick Dudarko, Kangarin, Biloela sold a herd bull by Angle Zed Butch for $10,000 to the Jones family, The Caves.
Top average for the second day was recorded by the Charolais breed with eight setting a $6375 medium for a total clearance.
Top of the section was the $9500 entry from offered by the Bebbington family, Mountainview Stud, Cambooya selling to David and Lydia Dennis, Walthum Station, Clermont.
Brangus topped at $10,000 to average $4091 for a 65 per cent clearance at auction.
Top seller was the 895kg, 124cm sq EMA, Shadow Valley Geronimo 920L (P) offered by the Kapernick family, Shadow Valley Stud, Gin Gin and going to Cargoon Pty Ltd, Cassiopeia Station, Clermont. Another high seller in the Brangus was the $8500 Folkslee Lofty (S) offered by the Johannesen family, Folkslee Stud, Brooweena selling to the Wheeler family, Beefwood Park, Charters Towers.
Simmentals topped at $9000 to average $4950 to clear 95 per cent of the catalogue.
Top seller was the 26-month, 918kg, Springside Lipsic (PP) bull offered by the Rauchle family, Springside Stud, Pittsworth and selling to Bill and Louise Dunn, Tarcoola, Dingo.
Related story: February All Breeds – full results