Ray White Stanthorpe, Qld, hosted its yearling sale on Thursday with 300 head on offer and keen competition from buyers.
Best Angus from the Savio family at Dalveen, 371 kilograms, brought 410 cents a kilogram or $1521, going onto feed through commission buyer Kevin Flack, Casino Livestock Enterprises.
Mr Flack went on to win the entire first row, paying the same money for Savio family Charolais, 408kg, and $1422 for Brahman infused steers, 346kg, from the Salter family, Many Hills. A pen of Many Hills Angus, 369kg, made $1469.
Savio family Brangus, 371/kg brought 398c/kg or $1477.
Milk tooth crossbreds, 313kg, from the Henman family, Artunga at Inglewood, brought 406c/kg or $1271 going to Ray White NSW through buyer Bruce Birch who also bought a pen of Speckle Park, 266kg, from Alcheringa, for 454c/kg or $1208.
Angus Cross, 320kg, from Bruce Johnstone at Gilgurry on the Boonoo Boonoo River, whose country was completely blackened by fire last year, made $1373 going through Nutrien Goondiwindi. A pen of lighter cattle, 153kg, belonging to his parents sold to 514c/kg.
Best heifers from the Savio family, Charolais cross, 378kg, made 379c/kg or $1433 going onto feed through Kevin Flack, who also bought Angus cross, 363kg, from the Salter family, for 367c/kg or $1332.
A pen of Savio family Brangus, 338kg, sold to 368c/kg going onto grass through Mike Benn, East Lynne, at Dalveen.
Sid and Jill Lake, Tenterfield, sold weaner heifers just off the cow, 255kg, for 420c/kg or $1071 going onto forage near Dalby through Ray White
Eastern Rural, which also bought Angus heifers, 224kg, for 426c/kg or $954, from the Arnold family.
Cows sold to 258c/kg or $1032 for Stannum Angus, 400kg, going to Glen Innes through Colin Say and Company, which also bought black baldy cows off the same property, 370kg, for 246c/kg or $910.