A large crowd competed on a rain affected yarding of 1262 cattle on Wednesday for the end of year special feeder and store sale at Dalby.
Vendors presenting cattle for sale were well rewarded with all categories firm to dearer on last week, according to Tim O’Dwyer from Grant Daniel Long, Dalby.
Highlights included a very good line of Simmental steers offeed by D and S Stevensen from Blackall and heifers and steers presented by South Muthong Grazing from St George.
The first regular Dalby sale will recommence on Wednesday January 16, 2019.
Store & Feeder Quotes
Steers 200kg to 280kg – Lowest 182.2c/kg, highest 332.2c/kg, Av 308.8c/kg
Steers 280kg to 400kg – Lowest 268.2c/kg, highest 310.2c/kg, Av 308.6c/kg
Feeder steers 400kg+ – Lowest 212.2c/kg, highest 319.2c/kg, Av 311.2c/kg
Heifers 200kg to 320kg – Lowest 106.2c/kg, highest 288.2c/kg, Av 269.3c/kg
Heifers 320kg to 370kg – Lowest 194.2c/kg, highest 270.2c/kg, Av 259.2c/kg
Feeder heifers over 370kg – Lowest 220.2c/kg, highest 292.2c/kg, Av 261.5c/kg
Droughtmaster X HGP steers sold by D & S Winders of Dalby to feedlotters 304.2c, 413kg, $1258
Angus X steers sold by GH & NG Weldon of Wandoan to feedlotters 310.2c, 497kg, $1543
Santa X steers sold by GG & ME Wilson & Son of Kingaroy to backgrounders 310.2c, 316kg, $981
Charolais X steers sold by South Muthong Grazing of St George to backgrounders 312.2c, 288kg, $900
Simmental Steers sold by D & S Stevenson of Blackall to backgrounders 310.2c, 281kg, $873
Brangus X HGP heifers sold by D & S Winders of Dalby to feedlotters 265.2c, 415kg, $1100
Charolais X heifers sold by South Muthong Grazing of St George to feedlotters 292.2c, 396kg, $1158
Angus heifers sold by Glenlea Farming Co of Jondaryan to feedlotters 280c, 332kg, $931
Source: Grant Daniel Long, Dalby