150 VGQ HGP Free Crossbred & Brahman Steers

Julia Creek

Auctionsplus Friday 20th October

  • Sex:
    • Steer
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
      • - Brahman
      • - Brangus
  • Age:
    • 0 tooth (less than 20mths)
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:150
  • Weight
  • Weight Range (kg):180 to 290 kg
  • Mob average (kg):227 kg
  • Other Info
  • HGP Treated:No

Livestock Description

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Jim Brodie

  • T: 07 4657 0694 Winton Office
  • M: 0427 468713
  • AH: 07 4746 8713

4 decks of mostly VGQ weaned crossbred & Brahman cross HGP free steers that had an average weight of 227 kgs after 20 hours off feed but with access to water. There are 10 head that are of fair quality but I would expect the balance to grow out into good quality live export steers or go on to suit the heavy feedlot trade or grass fatten into young bullocks. The majority have good bone and frame for their breed and age. The steers with horn only have small weaner horn or poll scurrs – the balance are well dehorned or poll. These steers should have a very good compensatory weight gain. Approx. 20% have a small defined hump. There is prickly acacia on vendors property. Vendor has another 4 decks of their bigger crossbred brothers and 2 decks of small Brahman steers.

 

4 decks of mostly VGQ weaned crossbred & Brahman cross HGP free steers that had an average weight of 227 kgs after 20 hours off feed but with access to water. There are 10 head that are of fair quality but I would expect the balance to grow out into good quality live export steers or go on to suit the heavy feedlot trade or grass fatten into young bullocks. The majority have good bone and frame for their breed and age. The steers with horn only have small weaner horn or poll scurrs – the balance are well dehorned or poll. These steers should have a very good compensatory weight gain. Approx. 20% have a small defined hump. There is prickly acacia on vendors property. Vendor has another 4 decks of their bigger crossbred brothers and 2 decks of small Brahman steers.