88 VGQ PTIC Vendor Bred Angus Cows

Winton

Auctionsplus Friday 1st October

  • Sex:
    • Cow
  • Breed:
    • Crossbred
      • - Angus
    • Purebred
      • - Angus
  • Quantity
  • Quantity:88
  • Weight
  • Weight Range (kg):430 - 724 kg
  • Mob average (kg):566.2 kg
  • 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

88 VGQ Vendor Bred PTIC Angus Cows. They Exhibit Good Bone, Length, Depth and Frame, are from a Highly Regarded Herd & they have Good Feet. Ideal Cows to Calve Down, fatten & split with 70% of the Cows still sound of mouth that would rear a couple more drops of Calves. There are 65 Cows PTIC over 4 months, 23 Cows 2 – 4 months. 100% of the Cows were mouthed, with 62 Sound, 9 Worn & 17 Broken Mouths. They have been on Long Term Agistment South of Winton for over 4 years living on Grass, Burr & Browse so can handle most types of Country. They were trucked back 6 weeks ago with weaners pulled off some of the Cows. There were 7 Cows observed with White on their Udders, 1 Cow with Flybite Scarring as well as 9 with blue eye scarring. There are 3 Cows with a Capped Hip & 1 with a lump on her leg that is not affecting their movement. There are 7 Cows with a couple of enlarged teats on their udders but will still rear a calf. Aldingham has no Prickly Acacia in the paddock the Cows came out of.

88 VGQ Vendor Bred PTIC Angus Cows. They Exhibit Good Bone, Length, Depth and Frame, are from a Highly Regarded Herd & they have Good Feet. Ideal Cows to Calve Down, fatten & split with 70% of the Cows still sound of mouth that would rear a couple more drops of Calves. There are 65 Cows PTIC over 4 months, 23 Cows 2 – 4 months. 100% of the Cows were mouthed, with 62 Sound, 9 Worn & 17 Broken Mouths. They have been on Long Term Agistment South of Winton for over 4 years living on Grass, Burr & Browse so can handle most types of Country. They were trucked back 6 weeks ago with weaners pulled off some of the Cows. There were 7 Cows observed with White on their Udders, 1 Cow with Flybite Scarring as well as 9 with blue eye scarring. There are 3 Cows with a Capped Hip & 1 with a lump on her leg that is not affecting their movement. There are 7 Cows with a couple of enlarged teats on their udders but will still rear a calf. Aldingham has no Prickly Acacia in the paddock the Cows came out of.