120 VGQ HGP Free Crossbred Heifers

Winton QLD

Auctionsplus Friday 13th March

  • Sex:
    • Heifer
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
      • - Brangus
      • - Charolais
      • - Droughtmaster
      • - Other breed
      • - Santa
  • Age:
    • 0 tooth (less than 20mths)
    • 0-2 tooth (18-20mths)
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:120
  • Weight
  • Weight Range (kg):260 to 456
  • Mob average (kg):339
  • Condition
  • Prime %:3
  • Forward Store %:85
  • Store %:12
  • Pregnancy
  • Joined:No
  • Other Info
  • Delivery Point:On property - 110 km north west of Winton
  • HGP Treated:No

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

120 VGQ flat back cross bred HGP free milk & two tooth heifers that are in good fresh forward store to prime condition. Most of these heifers have good bone, depth, length & frame for their breed & age with approximately 3 head that are lighter boned. All the #8 heifers were mouthed (27 head) with 24 having milk teeth and 3 head with 2 teeth. The number 9 heifers were not mouthed. Two heifers are doubled muscled, 2 had a twist in the top of their tail, one heifer had a slight twist to her nose & 1 heifer had a turned eye – none of these blemishes are detrimental to their health. The lead quality could be selected to breed from or they would be ideal to grow out to heavy feeder weights or fatten to slaughter.

120 VGQ flat back cross bred HGP free milk & two tooth heifers that are in good fresh forward store to prime condition. Most of these heifers have good bone, depth, length & frame for their breed & age with approximately 3 head that are lighter boned. All the #8 heifers were mouthed (27 head) with 24 having milk teeth and 3 head with 2 teeth. The number 9 heifers were not mouthed. Two heifers are doubled muscled, 2 had a twist in the top of their tail, one heifer had a slight twist to her nose & 1 heifer had a turned eye – none of these blemishes are detrimental to their health. The lead quality could be selected to breed from or they would be ideal to grow out to heavy feeder weights or fatten to slaughter.