Roma store 19 Sep 2017: Quality varies with season

Beef Central, 20/09/2017

Yarding 5902 Change -323

There was a yarding of 5,902 head today at Roma Store Sale, down 232 head on last week.

The majority of the yarding were steers followed by similar numbers of heifers and 700 cows were offered. Quality was varied and cattle directly from the paddock were showing signs of the harsh conditions as larger runs of western cattle were being presented. Cattle on feed stood out amongst those sold younger and lighter due to the dry.

Yearling steers back to the paddock topped at 354.2c to average 305c/kg. Feedlot entry weight trade steers topped at 326c to average 278c/kg. Yearling heifers made to 302c to average 256c/kg.

Grown steers to slaughter made to a top of 280c to average 262c/kg. Cows made to 218.2c to average 199c/kg. Cows with calves at foot topped at $1,450/unit. Several bulls were presented, the younger lots topping at 310c to average 248c/kg across the board.

Weekly Roma Store press report:

Weaner steers under 220kg topped at 358c/kg and averaged 324c/kg, weaner steers in the 220-280kg range reached 352c/kg and averaged 303c/kg. Steers in the 280- 350kg range reached 342c/kg and averaged 298c/kg, and steers in the 350-400kg range reached 300c/kg and averaged 271c/kg. Feeder steers in the 400-550kg range topping at 282c/kg and averaging 262c/kg.
Cows and calves hit $1,450/unit.
Bailey Properties – ‘Paradise Downs’ – Blackall – sold Santa steers for 352c/kg at 250kg returning $881/head. The Santa heifers went for 280c/kg at 258kg returning $724/head.
M.J. & B.P. Gobbert – ‘Amboola’ – Mitchell – sold Droughtmaster cross steers at 352c/kg at 140kg returning $493/head. The Droughtmaster cross heifers went for 280c/kg at 190kg returning $533/head.
Redman Pastoral Co. – ‘Wattamolla’ – Mitchell – sold EU Accredited Shorthorn cross steers for 342c/kg at 301kg returning $1,031/head.
BLJ Grazing – ‘North Pentwyn’ – Blackall – sold Charolais cross steers for 340c/kg at 268kg returning $911/head. The Droughtmaster cross heifers went for 284c/kg at 237kg returning $675/head.
Douglas Cattle Co – ‘Verniew’ – Mitchell –sold Santa steers for 328c/kg at 283kg returning $930/head.
J.A. & P.A. EY – ‘Lirambenda’ – Roma – sold Angus cross steers for 328c/kg at 236kg returning $774/head.
R. Loughnan – ‘Alicker’ – Roma – Charolais cross steers for 322c/kg at 282kg returning $909/head. The Brahman cross heifers went for 278c/kg at 225kg returning $627/head.
Onley & CO PTY LTD – Bulala – Roma – sold Romagnola cross steers at 318c/kg at 264kg returning $840/head. The Romagnola cross heifers went for 252c/kg at 305kg returning $769/head.
Robert Loughnan – ‘Bells Paddock’ – Roma – sold EU Accredited Charolais cross steers for 300c/kg at 241kg returning $724/head. The Charolais cross heifers went for 272c/kg at 238kg returning $649/head.
RI & BJ Butler – Yeranbah – Lighting Ridge – sold Angus cross steers for 294c/kg at 347kg returning $1,022/head.
Heifers under 220kg topped at 302c/kg and averaged 264c/kg, while heifers in the 220–280kg range topped at 284c/kg and averaged 257c/kg. Heifers in the 280- 350kg range topped at 280c/kg, averaging 237c/kg. Heifers in the 350-450kg range topped at 268c/kg, averaging 232c/kg.
Haven Farming – Rosevale – Miles – sold Angus heifers at 302c/kg at 208kg returning $628/head.
B.M. & N.D. Bauer – Arlington – Augathella – sold Charolais cross heifers for 294c/kg at 174kg returning $512/head.
Gary & Kerry Ladbrook – Bulah – Yuleba – sold EU Accredited Brangus cross heifers at 278c/kg at 230kg returning $641/head.
Cows in the 300-400kg range reached 200c/kg and averaged 145c/kg, while cows in the 400kg-500kg range reached 218c/kg and averaged 186c/kg. Cows over 500kg topped at 230c/kg, averaging 210c/kg.
Atkinson Past Co P/L – ‘Katandra’ – Hughenden – sold Droughtmaster cows and calves at $1,450/unit.

Source: NLRS, Roma Saleyards


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