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Stock Comment

A small yarding of 128 cattle at Grafton on Tuesday. Not enough bullocks to quote. Cows sold dearer on our last Fat Sale to see the best of the cows sell to 378c/kg with most cows sales between 340c/kg to 370c/kg. All trade cattle continued to sell firm with Angus weaner steers selling to 926c/kg and heifers to 840c/kg.

Prices from our sale records 25/01/2022



Feeder Steers--
Export Heifers400460
Export Cows364373
Export Bulls275350
Weaner Steers760860
Weaner Heifers730815

Sale Features



Cartmill Brothers heifers sold to 376c/kg weighed 465kg to return $1748/hd

S J Gibson heifers sold to 398c/kg weighed 395kg to return $1565/hd

B A & M J Moran sold to 408c/kg weighed 425kg to return $1726/hd

Mount Jackadgery brahman cows sold to 377c/kg weighed 594kg to return $2235/hd

Peninsula Trust heifers sold to 302c/kg weighed 255kg to return $1280/hd

Ken Watters Angus steers sold to 700c/kg weighed 195kg to return $1365/hd

S J Gibson Angus steers sold to 750c/kg weighed 230kg to return $1721/hd

Ken Watters Brahman x heifers sold to 464c/kg weighed 425kg to return $1965/hd


Vendor of the Week



Keys & McDonald were selected as the ‘vendor of the week’ at the Grafton store cattle sale on Thursday January 20th.  The vendor was selected for their offering of 10 high quality Angus steers sold from their property near Dorrigo. The well-bred and handled steers sold for 724.2c/kg at an average weight of 289kg to gross the vendor a healthy $2,092.94/head.  The offering was sold by Farrell McCrohon Stock and Station Agents.



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