Malcolm Leader, “Ringwood”, Binnaway, with his agent, Bill Tatt, Christie and Hood, Binnaway and Dubbo, and the drafts of PTIC Hereford and Poll Hereford cows Mr Leader sold for $1210 and $1180.PTIC Hereford cows six to eight years of age sold to $1210 while Droughtmaster cross cows with calves topped at $1630 from a yarding of 1600 head at the Dubbo store cattle sale today.

Steer and heifer markets were slightly cheaper than the previous fortnight sale with weaner steers making from $360 for lightweight Angus calves to $935 for quality Charolais/Angus cross steers.

Weaner steers averaged $665 or 308 cents per kilogram live.

Yearling steers topped at $1035 for a good line of Santa Gertrudis in forward condition.

Heifer weaners sold from $300 to $810 with the tops being quality Angus in very good condition.

Heifers weaners averaged $611 or 275c/kg.

Cows with calves were also a little cheaper topping at $1630 for the Droughtmaster cross line while the remainder sold from $810 to $1380 a unit.

The top-priced PTIC Herefords offered by Malcolm Leader, “Ringwood”, Binnaway, were in a consignment of 36 head of red taggers due to calve by the end of July while nine to11 month-old Poll Hereford cast for age cows also red taggers and joined to Tycolah and Grathlyn bulls sold at $1180 a head.

The calves off those cows sold at the prime sale the day prior with steers averaging $917 and heifers $830.

Other PTIC cows sold from $800 to $1100.

Full report in The Land next week.

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