By Glenn Weir

Lismore Cattle Market Report

Beef Breeder Sale 15 April 2023

A mainly good quality yarding of 450 female cattle and bulls were offered at Lismore Saleyards on Saturday. A large crowd of buyers surrounded the ring and competition was strong.

The sale commenced with four Speckle Park cows and calves sold on account of Springfield Farm, Tregeagle reaching a sale top of $3,300.

The Allen family's Brahman x heifers with calves sold for $2,750.  Dependabell's Angus cows and calves $2,450.

Most good young cows and calves sold for $2,000 to $2,500

A good line up of preg tested heifers and young cows proved popular.  Gary Savins, Nashua Valley Beef, presented a couple of lines of Brangus Heifers PTIC for  a return of $2,650.  Jennings Livestock's draft of Angus x black baldy cows topped at $2,600.  Charbray x heifers PTIC topped at $2,700.

Most of the PTIC heifers sold from $1,600 to $2,400 depending on type and most importantly temperament.

The Harm's family of McKees Hill produced a big growthy 20 month old Charolais bull which sold for $7,000

A run of older and secondary cows and calves sold in the $1,000 to $2,400 depending on frame and calf rearing ability.

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Glenn Weir

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