140 VGQ HGP Free Angus & Droughtmaster Cross Weaners – 200 kg

Jundah

Auctionsplus Friday 5th March - 8am

  • Sex:
    • Mixed Sex
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
      • - Droughtmaster
  • Age:
    • 0 tooth (less than 20mths)
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:140
  • Male %:49
  • Female %:51
  • Weight
  • Weight Range (kg):145 to 290
  • Mob average (kg):200
  • Condition
  • Forward Store %:50
  • Store %:50
  • Other Info
  • Delivery Point:Off scales Longreach or Blackall
  • HGP Treated:No

Livestock Description

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Tom Brodie

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

3 decks of very good quality Angus & Droughtmaster cross 5 to 9 month old #0 mixed sex weaners that are being yard weaned at present. The lead of the heifers would make ideal future breeders and the balance of the weaners could background for the feedlot trade market.

They are in good store to forward store condition & have a healthy shiny coat . The majority have a good frame, length and bone for their breed and age. There are 6 weaners that are lighter bone and another 6 lighter conditioned weaners that may already be self weaned, judging by their condition.

There is one brindle steer that has a very small defined hump that may be by a Brahman bull. 3 heifers and 1 steer have white markings on their face. Approximately 10% have a blue spot in their eye, 1 steer has a water bag & 1 steer has a small number of warts on his neck – I consider these blemishes not to be detrimental to their health. There is no active blight or pink eye. Steers averaged 208 kg & heifers 204 kg.

3 decks of very good quality Angus & Droughtmaster cross 5 to 9 month old #0 mixed sex weaners that are being yard weaned at present. The lead of the heifers would make ideal future breeders and the balance of the weaners could background for the feedlot trade market.

They are in good store to forward store condition & have a healthy shiny coat . The majority have a good frame, length and bone for their breed and age. There are 6 weaners that are lighter bone and another 6 lighter conditioned weaners that may already be self weaned, judging by their condition.

There is one brindle steer that has a very small defined hump that may be by a Brahman bull. 3 heifers and 1 steer have white markings on their face. Approximately 10% have a blue spot in their eye, 1 steer has a water bag & 1 steer has a small number of warts on his neck – I consider these blemishes not to be detrimental to their health. There is no active blight or pink eye. Steers averaged 208 kg & heifers 204 kg.