Weekly Sale Reports NSW/QLD with Darren

Location: Darren Perkins from George & Fuhrmann Weekly Sale reports video around NSW /QLD
Report Date: Sunday, 13 September 2020


13th September

Darren Perkins George and Fuhrmann.

Will be reporting each week on the Market in NSW /QLD. 

Weekly wrap-up of the sales in NSW / QLD this week Darren. 


Records tumble this week 

Darren wraped up the Glenisa bull sale with Ced Wise  Lot 12 sold to $18000 To average $7000

 The Maloney Family of the renowned Kenilworth Brahman broke all records  in Australia for commercial cattle in the saleyards $1174.2 per kg


 Lot No. 1 was 23 heifers which sold for 510.2 cents per kg to return $2018.62 per head purchased by Kevin & Delia Herrod.

Lots No. 2 & 3 consisted of 30 and 31 heifers making 812.2 cents per kg to return $2669.43 and $2824.36 per head purchased by James & Wendy Healing from Scona Pastoral.

Lots No. 4 & 5 heifers made 928.1 cents per kg to return $3209.78 and $3248.70 per head purchased by James & Wendy Healing from Scona Pastoral.

Lots No. 6,7,8 & 9 made 1174.2 cents per kg to return $3599.37 , $3477.44 , $3576.79 and $3527.12 per head that were purchased by Tropical Cattle Co.

Lot 10 made 604.2 cents per kg to return $2069.39 per head purchased by James & Wendy Healing from Scona Pastoral.

The total 266 head averaged an outstanding $3068.00 per head.


Darren and Ben report Palgrove Bull Sale

80/80 2yr old Bulls sold to average $20,100
14/14 Yearling Bulls sold to average $17,857
Overall 94/94 Charolais sold to an amazing average of $19,766
Sale top Lot 8 $64,000 purchased by LL & SD Bode
41/41 2yr old Bulls sold to ave $16,878
14/14 Yearling Bulls sold to ave $16,286
Overall 55/55 Ultrablack Bulls sold to average $16,727

🔥Entire sale total🔥
149/149 Bulls sold to average $18,644.30
An absolutely outstanding result for the Palgrove Team

🔥50 head down to an outstanding average of $23,060 selling is red hot & not showing any sign of slowing down at Palgrove🔥

Wallumbilla to Dalveen and a change of breeds & colour today at Palgrove
🔥Charolais are on fire🔥
First 10 Lots down to average $36,300
Lot 1 $17,000
Lot 2 $36,000 to WF & ME Allison
Lot 3 $48,000 to LL & SD Bode
Lot 4 $30,000
Lot 5 $32,000
Lot 6 $55,000 to LL & SD Bode
Lot 7 $17,000
Lot 8 $64,000 to LL & SD Bode (a Palgrove record)
Lot 9 $38,000
Lot 10 $16,000




Results Yuligilbar Sale

Very Strong support came from Queensland at the Yuligbar Sale

 92 Santa Gertrudis bulls selling to a top of $45,000

Averaging $9097.

Heifers average $7450.

Bill Speed, Brigadoon Cattle Company at Wondoan paid top money for the rising two-year-old heterozygous poll Yulgilbar Parramatta P130, by Ideal Neptune N78

Kirkwood family, Disney Station at Clermont, Qld, were among the volume buyers, taking home six bulls including Riverina Patriarch P018, a sire produced by the Sinnamon family's Kyogle stud, RL Pastoral which also won the bid on homozygous poll Yulgilbar Platinum P270 by Cardona Patterson P53 for $28,000.

Craig Ross, from Kemmis Creek Station at Nebo paid $14,000 for heterozygous poll Yulgilbar Pedro P258.

Walker family, Strathmore Stud, Blackall, Qld, bid $14,000 for the homozygous poll Yulgilbar President P214 by Yarrowonga Drover

Collingwood Pastoral Company at Tara, Qld, brought 6 bulls including Yulgilbar Puma P398 for $7,500.

Arrabury Pastoral Company at Mt Leonard Station, Windorah, QLD bought 6 including homozygous poll Yulgilbar Park Ranger P234 by the popular sire paying $12,000.



Yuligilbar Sale with Darren and Rob 



LOT 12 15000

Darren wraps up Bizzy Jomanda Sale 



DUBBO 10TH September 

It was another top quality yarding with good numbers of properly finished cattle in all sections. There were not the numbers of grown steers and heifers compared to the previous sale however these were replaced by good numbers of vealers and yearlings mostly in prime condition. There were some excellent pens of cows yarded. A full field of buyers competed in a fairly steady market. Young cattle to the trade were firm to 5c dearer with prime vealers selling to 426c/kg. Prime steer yearlings sold from 380c to 418c while the prime heifer yearlings sold from 350c to 415c/kg. Lightweight feeders were 8c cheaper, while the heavier weight feeder steers and heifers were 5c to 9c/kg dearer. Feeder steers sold from 356c to 423c while the feeder heifers sold from 340c to 402c/kg. Young cattle to the restockers were mostly dearer with the young steers selling from 384c to 495c, while the young heifers sold from 395c to 452c/kg. Grown steers and heifers were 6c to 8c cheaper, with the steers selling from 310c to 366c while the prime grown heifers sold from 300c to 359c/kg. Cows were firm to 3c dearer with the 2 and 3 scores selling from 260c to 293c/kg. The prime heavy weight cows sold from 288c to 311c to average 300c/kg. Heavy bulls sold to 325c/kg


CASINO 9TH September

The number of cattle yarded was down by over 200 for a total of 836 head. Young cattle were well supplied consisting mainly of vealers and weaners, along with a small penning of light yearlings. Quality was fairly mixed with only a few vealers and yearlings suitable for the trade, while there was a larger percentage of plain conditioned and cross bred steers and heifers through the sale, with most cattle going to restockers. Restocker interest was not as keen this week with light restocker weaner steers selling 8c cheaper, while medium weights were up to 25c cheaper, most selling from 348c to 568c/kg for well bred light weight steers. Restocker weaner heifers were down by 12c ranging from 366c to 462c/kg. There was only a few trade yearlings that sold to a top of 424c/kg. The yarding of export cattle consisted mainly of cows. Not all the usual processors operated this week resulting in the cow market being down by 10c to 20c, with 3 score medium weights averaging 259c and heavy cows sold to a top of 275c/kg.


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