Dubbo cows reach $1400

Mark Griggs
Updated December 16 2015 - 3:55pm, first published May 22 2014 - 4:00am
Neil O'Connor and his son, Rhett, of Warriston Pastoral Company, "Euromedah", Narromine, with agent, Tim Wiggins, Christie and Hood, Narromine, pose with the pens of 192 Angus heifers, 8-10 months, which they purchased as weaners at Dubbo some eight months ago as calves with their mothers. The heifers are now weighing 300 to 400 kilograms live and topped at $480  when sold at Dubbo
Neil O'Connor and his son, Rhett, of Warriston Pastoral Company, "Euromedah", Narromine, with agent, Tim Wiggins, Christie and Hood, Narromine, pose with the pens of 192 Angus heifers, 8-10 months, which they purchased as weaners at Dubbo some eight months ago as calves with their mothers. The heifers are now weighing 300 to 400 kilograms live and topped at $480 when sold at Dubbo

A LINE of quality and well-conditioned Angus and Santa Gertrudis cross cows selling as a "three-in-one" special with calves at foot and in calf again, topped the Dubbo store cattle sale last Friday at $1400.

Mark Griggs

Mark Griggs

Journalist

Journalist for The Land at Dubbo.

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