Steers top at $1420 and heifers to $1210 at CTLX Carcoar weaner sale | Video

Steers top at $1420 and heifers to $1210 at CTLX Carcoar weaner sale


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Buyer Nick Fogarty, Bowyer and Livermore, Bathurst, with selling agent Scott Johnston, PR Masters Stephenson, Bathurst, with the 40 Angus steers averaging 347 kilograms which topped the sale at $1420 from Allan Thompson, "Glatsonbury", Parkes. The steers were going to an Oberon fattener who planned to grow them out as Bullocks.

Buyer Nick Fogarty, Bowyer and Livermore, Bathurst, with selling agent Scott Johnston, PR Masters Stephenson, Bathurst, with the 40 Angus steers averaging 347 kilograms which topped the sale at $1420 from Allan Thompson, "Glatsonbury", Parkes. The steers were going to an Oberon fattener who planned to grow them out as Bullocks.

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Quoted as the strongest weaner sales to be held at Carcoar, 8270 steers and heifers sold to Northern NSW, the south and Victoria.

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BUYERS from the state’s north, south and Victoria bidded against strong local Central West and Southern slopes region opposition to clear the complete yarding at 8270 steers and heifers at today’s CTLX Carcoar Blue Ribbon weaner sale.

Ben Emms, "Sion Hill", Lyndhurst, paid $1100 a head for these 27 Angus heifers of Te Mania blood, bred by Duncan Clowes, "Valdemar", Millthorpe, with Jessica and Eileen.

Ben Emms, "Sion Hill", Lyndhurst, paid $1100 a head for these 27 Angus heifers of Te Mania blood, bred by Duncan Clowes, "Valdemar", Millthorpe, with Jessica and Eileen.

Agents said competition was strong which resulted in very strong prices for the top quality offering with steers topping at $1420 and heifers $1210.

Champion pen of steers were a draft of 34 July/August 2016 drop of Karoo and Gilmandyke blood weighing an average 317 kilograms bred by Tuxworth Pastoral Company, “Red Hill”, Orange and selling for $1360 each.

Champion pen of steers sold at $1360 a head. Tuxworth Pastoral Company, "Red Hill", Orange, 36 head ave 317kg.

Champion pen of heifers were a draft of 20 July/August 2016 drop of Karoo and Glengowan blood bred by the Noon family, “Pony Dale”, Wallerawang, weighing 303kg and selling at $1210 to to David and Ann Shand, “Te Arona”, Arkell, near Bathurst.

Full report in The Land April 27 edition.

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