150 VGQ Crossbred Cows & Calves

Muttaburra

$1300 + GST

  • Sex:
    • Cows & Calves
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
      • - Brahman
      • - Brangus
      • - Charolais
      • - Droughtmaster
      • - Santa
  • Age:
    • 4-6 tooth (30-36mths)
    • 8 tooth (36mths+)
    • 9 years
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:150 x 150
  • 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

150 x 150 VGQ Crossbred Cows & Calves. They are 3 – 10 years of age, with an even spread in ages. The cows look to weigh from 380 – 600 kg to average around 480 kg. There would be 35% Large Frame, 2% Small Frame with the remainder Medium Frame. Approximately 40% are Charolais Cross, 30% Santa/Droughtmaster Cross, 20% Brangus Cross and 10% Brahman Cross Cows. The calves are 2 – 6 months old and look to weigh from 90 – 240 kg to average around 170 kg. They are by VGQ “Ardrossan” Angus Bulls and 1 “Moongool” Charolais Bull. Approx 30 – 40% of the calves look to be by the Charolais Bull. They were rejoined to the same bulls from the 1st of March to the 24th of May. They have been control mated and selected on fertility for years so would expect majority to be back in calf. They are very quiet and good to handle. Majority are Vendor bred with a few bought cows amongst them.

150 x 150 VGQ Crossbred Cows & Calves. They are 3 – 10 years of age, with an even spread in ages. The cows look to weigh from 380 – 600 kg to average around 480 kg. There would be 35% Large Frame, 2% Small Frame with the remainder Medium Frame. Approximately 40% are Charolais Cross, 30% Santa/Droughtmaster Cross, 20% Brangus Cross and 10% Brahman Cross Cows. The calves are 2 – 6 months old and look to weigh from 90 – 240 kg to average around 170 kg. They are by VGQ “Ardrossan” Angus Bulls and 1 “Moongool” Charolais Bull. Approx 30 – 40% of the calves look to be by the Charolais Bull. They were rejoined to the same bulls from the 1st of March to the 24th of May. They have been control mated and selected on fertility for years so would expect majority to be back in calf. They are very quiet and good to handle. Majority are Vendor bred with a few bought cows amongst them.