112 VGQ Heavy Feeder Heifers

Winton

Auctionsplus 9am QLD Time Friday 21st February

  • Sex:
    • Heifer
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
      • - Brahman
      • - Charolais
      • - Droughtmaster
    • Purebred
      • - Droughtmaster
  • Age:
    • 0-2 tooth (18-20mths)
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:112
  • Weight
  • Weight Range (kg):332 to 494 full
  • Mob average (kg):382
  • Pregnancy
  • Unjoined:Yes
  • Other Info
  • Delivery Point:Off Scales Winton after 12 hour overnight curfew

Livestock Description

Interested in this listing or have any questions? Please contact using info below:

Tom Brodie

  • T: 07 4657 0694 Winton Office
  • M: 0428 712 095

4 decks of GQ quality HGP free heifers that are in fresh store to forward store condition. The majority of these heifers have good bone, length and frame for their breed and age. They are on very good quality fresh grass so would be doing well now. They have held their condition well following the recent rain. 52 of these heifers were spayed by Geoff Arnold in September 2019 and the other 60 have not had access to any bulls as far as the vendor is aware. Ideal heifers for the feedlot trade. Most have Droughtmaster characteristics but there are some heifers by neighbours Angus, Charbray and Brahman bulls. The 3 high grade Brahman heifers with well defined humps that you see in the photos will be drafted out at delivery as there are too many to fit on 4 decks. There are 9 heifers with small humps with the balance best described as flat backs. 30 of the heaviest and oldest looking heifers were mouthed – all were milk or two tooth.

4 decks of GQ quality HGP free heifers that are in fresh store to forward store condition. The majority of these heifers have good bone, length and frame for their breed and age. They are on very good quality fresh grass so would be doing well now. They have held their condition well following the recent rain. 52 of these heifers were spayed by Geoff Arnold in September 2019 and the other 60 have not had access to any bulls as far as the vendor is aware. Ideal heifers for the feedlot trade. Most have Droughtmaster characteristics but there are some heifers by neighbours Angus, Charbray and Brahman bulls. The 3 high grade Brahman heifers with well defined humps that you see in the photos will be drafted out at delivery as there are too many to fit on 4 decks. There are 9 heifers with small humps with the balance best described as flat backs. 30 of the heaviest and oldest looking heifers were mouthed – all were milk or two tooth.