THERE were 432 store cattle sold at Elders Saleyards in Gin Gin on Monday, June 18.
The best weaner steers were harder to maintain recent high values and eased $30, although the younger, lighter and plainer animals still remained firm.
Emdee Enterprises of Mt Perry sold well grown Droughtmaster/Brahman steers for $530.
Ken and Rhonda Roylance sold No.2 grey weaner steers for $490.
Harry Cross of Rosedale sold No.2 grey Brahman weaner steers for $470.
Michael and Tina Dingle, Miriam Vale, sold No.2 Brahman weaner steers for $480.
Joe Sweeney of Yandaran sold No.2 Droughtmaster steers for $510.
Phil and Kay Spencer of Miriam Vale sold younger, lighter No.2 Red Brahman steers for $430.
The younger, lighter Brahman steers sold from $380 to $460. Heifers held up well, with Red Brahman heifers two and a half years, well joined selling for $650.
No.1 white Brahman, store heifers, unjoined, sold for $500.
Trevor and Margaret Dawson of Taunton sold No.2 Braford Cross heifers for $445.
Daryl Owen, Miriam Vale, sold light Crossbred No.2 weaner heifers for $395.
Bettiens Farms, Tirroan, sold No.2 SantaX weaner heifers for $415.
The lighter, younger weaner heifers sold from $300 to $340.
A pen of Red Santa X cows with weaner calves reached $910.
Laurie Mitchel of Bororen sold store cows with small calves for $750.
The next sale is on Monday, July 2.