Beaudesert Store Sale – 24th February 2024

Agents Bartholomew & Co reported a good quality yarding of predominately restocker steers.  All descriptions sold to a fully-firm to dearer market for the choice pens. Heifers with breeding potential met strong competition.
Gregory & Jimmy Saverin, Eagleby sold Droughtmaster steers 2 years for $1,535.  Charolais x steers 2 years account Eurara Pty Ltd, Innisplain sold for $1,520.  Mt Walker Wood Pty Ltd, Mount Walker sold Droughtmaster steers 2 years fir $1,475.  Brangus steers 18 months account JD Grazing, Dugandan sold for  $1,400.  Howard & Chris Head, Boonah sold Angus x steers 15 months for $1,340.  Steve Green, Purga sold Charbray steers 15 months for $1,340.  Droughtmaster steers 14 months account Mike Bauer, Hoya sold for $1,300.  Dave & Barbara Smith, Beaudesert sold Droughtmaster weaner steers for $1,270.  Droughtmaster weaner steers account The Russell Family Trust, Dugandan sold for $1,180.  Produce To Be Proud Of, Innisplain sold Droughtmaster weaner steers for $1,140.  Chris & Christine Franklin, Beaudesert sold Charbray weaner steers for $1,130.  Simmental x weaner steers account The Oppermann Family, Maroon sold for $1,120.
JD Grazing sold Brangus heifers 18 months for $1,160.  Santa heifers18 months account Peter & Carmel Flemming, Hoya sold for $1,200.  Janet Wright, Coochin sold Santa x heifers 15 months for $940.  Droughtmaster heifers account Brian & Kathleen Panitz, Rathdowney sold for $900.  Greg Thomas, Laravale sold Droughtmaster x heifers 18 months for $900.  The Russell Family Trust sold Charbray heifers 12 months for $890.  Droughtmaster heifers 12 months account The Braes Grazing Company, Birnam sold for $770.
Katie Leask, Wivenhoe Pocket, sold Charolais x cows for $1,150.  New Water Feedlot, Tabooba sold Charbray cows for $1,100.  The Braes Grazing Company sold Droughtmaster cows & calves for $1,340. 

Droughtmaster steers hit $1,535 at Beaudesert.