Joined females to $2325 make safe bets at Dubbo

Joined females to $2325 make safe bets at Dubbo


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Vendors, Jim Chad and grandson, Keagan Size, Donrinda Brafords, "Tara", Dubbo, sold four Braford cows, PTIC to Braford bulls for $1500 each.

Vendors, Jim Chad and grandson, Keagan Size, Donrinda Brafords, "Tara", Dubbo, sold four Braford cows, PTIC to Braford bulls for $1500 each.

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A strong contingent of buyers from throughout the sate bought steers and females at Dubbo store cattle sale on Friday.

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BUYERS keen on securing joined females kept values high while the steer market was slightly easier at the Dubbo store cattle sale last Friday where 2000 head were yarded.

Female buyers came from the Hunter, Central Tablelands, Northwest slopes and Wodonga while steer buyers were from within a 150 kilometre radius, mainly local, Condobolin. Forbes, Warren and Coonamble.

PT Lord Dakin’s Paul Dakin said people buying joined females were hedging on a safe bet with current seasonal conditions.

“They would have one mouth to feed, but more when the rain breaks,” he said.

However, the steer market had eased slightly.

“This was mainly due to the tightening season,” he said.

Weaner steers sold from $660 to $1265 averaging $912 or 371 cents a kilogram while yearling steers sold to $1285

Weaner heifers made from $410 to $1000 to average $707 and yearling heifers from $680 to $990. PTIC heifers from $1100 to $1390.

Grown heifers met strong competition, Haddon Rig, Warren,  Angus cows with calves to $2325.

Haddon Rig older cows with calves $2040 to $2075. The balance in light condition made $780 to $2140. Dry cows $640 to $1370. 

Peter Pether, “Omeo”, Goolma, 29 Angus steers nine to 10 months, Pine Creek blood, $1285. Pacific Waves Pty Ltd, “Westella”, Yeoval, sold 17 Poll Hereford steers, Courallie blood, nine to 11 months made $1265.

Lachlan Day, Calindary Station, Broken Hill, sold 78 Angus steers eight to 10 months, to $1105 to average $1022. Rick Sheldon, “Springvale”, Wollar, 29 Angus steers to $1065 to average $1026.

Woodlands Partnership, Narromine, sold four Charolais cows with calves at foot to $2140. Mason and Kwan, “Old Melrose”, Merrygoen, seven Murray Grey cows with calves at $1490.

Carr Brothers, “Hilltop”, Gollan, gained $1450 for first calver Hereford heifers with calves.

Sweeney family, “Hacienda”, sold seven PTIC red tagger Charolais cows for $2300.

Amaroo Partnership, Attunga, sold a line of 70  Angus cows, four to nine years and PTIC to Angus and Santa Gertrudis bulls to $1680.

Greg and Jo Radford, “Glen Ora”, Albert, 30 Poll Hereford mixed-age cows PTIC to Kidman bulls made $1400 each.

Mark and Ros Pickford, “Bellevue”, Bournewood, sold PTIC Shorthorn cows to $1460.

Hampshire Station, Merriwa, sold a big line of Angus cows, with PTIC red taggers to $1620 and blue taggers to $1220 and a large run of empty cows sold to $1170 with a total draft of 271 cows averaging $1102.

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