Roma store 2 May 2017: Prices back with holiday disruption

Beef Central, 03/05/2017

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All buyers were present and operating. Quality was average to good across the board. Prices generally were back possibly due to the Anzac day holiday.

Steers under 280kg made to a top of 425.2c to average 378c/kg. Steers in the 280-350kg range made to a top of 389.2c, to average 248c, while steers in the 350-400kg range made 356.2c, to average 333c/kg. Steers over 400kg made to 356.2c to average 317c and 4 to 6 tooth steers sold to a top of 290c to average 270c/kg.

Bulls under 400kg made to 372.2c to average 292c while heavier bulls made to 270c to average 294c/kg. Cows to slaughter were plentiful making to a top of 250.2c/kg. Heifers topped at 376.2c and grown heifers made to 294c/kg.

Weekly Roma Store press report:

A total of 10,991 head of cattle were consigned at Roma’s Store Sale on Tuesday.

Weaner steers under 220kg topped at 416c/kg and averaged 388c/kg, and weaner steers in the 220-280kg range reached 425c/kg and averaged 357c/kg. Steers in the 280-350kg range reached 389c/kg and averaged 339c/kg, and steers in the 350- 400kg range reached 356c/kg and averaged 331c/kg. Feeder steers in the 400- 550kg range also topping at 356c/kg and averaging 314c/kg.

Bungoona Pastoral Co – ‘Bungoona’, Longreach – sold Charolais-cross steers for 380c/kg at 253kg reaching a total of $964/head. The Brahman-cross steers sold to 406c/kg for 207kg returning $841/head.

S.J Phillips – ‘Blairmore’, Cunnamulla – sold Droughtmaster-cross steers at 394c/kg for 224kg returning $885/head.

D.G & G.H East – ‘Breedon Station’, Longreach – sold Charolais steers for 346c/kg at 396kg returning to $1373/head. The Senepol steers sold at 336c/kg for 345kg reaching $1160/head.

B.J Taylor & Son – ‘Marjundale’, Injune – sold Charolais-cross steers for 308c/kg at 481kg returning $1483/head.

Trevor Kelly – ‘Ashmount’, Muckadilla – sold Romagnola-cross steers for 425c/kg at 271kg returning to $1155/head.

Ridgelands Grazing Co – ‘Ridgelands’, Injune – sold Charolais-cross steers at 328c/kg for 450kg reaching a $1479/head.

John & Lyn Hudson – ‘Maranoa Downs’, Mitchell – sold Cross-breed steers for 348c/kg at 280kg returning to $978/head. The Cross-breed heifers sold at 338c/kg for 296kg reaching $1001/head.

Golden Grazing Pty Ltd – ‘Potters Flat’, Yuleba – sold Charolais-cross steers for 384c/kg at 224kg returning $861/head. The Santa-cross steers went for 360c/kg at 271kg reaching $976/head. The Brahman-cross steers sold to 362c/kg for 225kg returning $814/head, and the Charolais-cross heifers sold for 360c/kg for 248kg reaching $893/head.

Tullamore Park Pastoral Co – ‘Araluen’ – sold Charolais-cross steers at 346c/kg for 396kg returning $1373/head. And the Santa-cross steers went for 346c/kg at 380kg returning to $1316/head.

Heifers under 220kg topped at 380c/kg and averaged 340c/kg, while heifers in the 220 – 280kg range topped at 378c/kg and averaged 316c/kg. Heifers in the 280- 350kg range topped at 360c/kg, averaging 306c/kg. Heifers in the 350-450kg range topped at 330c/kg and averaged 293c/kg.

Bangor Cattle Co Pty Ltd – ‘Bangor’, Mungallala – sold Angus heifers for 326c/kg at 330kg returning to $1076/head. The Charolais heifers sold for 324c/kg at 327kg returning a total of $1062/head.

Dawson River Pastoral Co Pty Ltd – Taroom Road – sold EU accredited Angus- cross heifers for 378c/kg for 184kg returning $696/head. The Charolais-cross heifers sold to 358c/kg for 237kg returning $851/head.

Keddstock Pty Ltd – ‘Moongool’, Yuleba – sold Charolais heifers for 330c/kg at 360kg returning to $1189/head.

Waroona Past Co. – ‘Ban Ban’, Longreach – sold Angus-cross heifers for 370c/kg at 174kg returning $647/head. The Angus-cross steers went for 378c/kg at 190kg returning to $721/head. And the Brahman cows sold to 247c/kg for 496kg returning to $1227/head. The Brangus cows went for 233c/kg at 480kg returning $1120/head.


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