120 VGQ Vendor Bred Angus Heifers

Winton

Auctionsplus Friday 3rd April 9am QLD Time

  • Sex:
    • Heifer
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
    • Purebred
      • - Angus
  • Age:
    • 0 tooth (less than 20mths)
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:120
  • Other Info
  • Movement Restrictions:Tick Free
  • Delivery Point:On Property

Livestock Description

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Jack Brodie

  • T: 07 4657 0694 Winton Office
  • M: 0437 188 636

120 VGQ Vendor Bred Angus Heifers. They Exhibit Good Bone, Length, Depth and Frame for their age and have Good Feet. Highly Regarded Cattle that would make Good Future Breeders, as well as being able to background through to Feeder weights, or finish on Grass or Grain for Export & Domestic Markets. Heifers are being fed good quality hay in the yards until delivery so vendor would appreciate a prompt pickup. 5% of the Heifers had blue eye scarring as well as 2% with fresh pinkeye. The pinkeye heifers were treated at assessment with Terymicen Spray. Vendor will run the Heifers back through the race on Friday & treat any new or existing cases of pinkeye. There was 1 Heifer observed with warts. Heifers are PCAS Eligible. Aldingham has no Prickly Acacia in the paddocks the heifers came out of.

120 VGQ Vendor Bred Angus Heifers. They Exhibit Good Bone, Length, Depth and Frame for their age and have Good Feet. Highly Regarded Cattle that would make Good Future Breeders, as well as being able to background through to Feeder weights, or finish on Grass or Grain for Export & Domestic Markets. Heifers are being fed good quality hay in the yards until delivery so vendor would appreciate a prompt pickup. 5% of the Heifers had blue eye scarring as well as 2% with fresh pinkeye. The pinkeye heifers were treated at assessment with Terymicen Spray. Vendor will run the Heifers back through the race on Friday & treat any new or existing cases of pinkeye. There was 1 Heifer observed with warts. Heifers are PCAS Eligible. Aldingham has no Prickly Acacia in the paddocks the heifers came out of.