Livestock agent Hayes and Company had a top-quality yarding of 649 head which came to hand this week with a large panel of buyers travelling from as far away Roma, Dalby, Millmerran and Goondiwindi.
The solid attendance figures resulted in all types selling to a very strong market.
Some highlights of the sale included BP Dobeli sold charbray cows for 255c/kg to return a solid $1,887.
DDP Building were able to sell droughtmaster cows for 248.2c/kg to return a hefty $1,638.
B,R,H and K Lehmann sold fresian dairy culls for 219.2c/kg to return $1,321.
G and N Lucas sold a charolais meat works bull for 259.2c/kg to return $2,242.
R and SF Stephan sold droughtmaster pasture ox for 296.2c/kg to return $1,629.
LJ and S Reinke sold lines of santa feeder steers for 334.2c/kg to return $1,415.
G Kelly sold charbray feeder steers for 334.2c/kg to return $1,310.
DC Harsant sold lines of black limo heifers for 319.2c/kg to return $1,097.
Milora Agriculture sold greyman vealer steers for 345.2c/kg to return $739.
J and T Bell sold limo vealer heifers for 326.2c/kg to return $831.
Dayboro Pastoral sold a line of droughtmaster restocker steers for 343.2c/kg to return $995.
P and FA Buhle sold lines of charbray restocker steers for 333.2c/kg to return $1,095.
Peter Buhle also sold droughtmaster steers straight off the cows for 328.2c/kg to return $1,257.
J McDonald sold lines of light Hereford restocker steers for 360c/kg to return $718.
Walther and Green sold red brahman cows and calves for $1,750.
Hayes and Company holds a sale each Wednesday with the next sale on Wednesday April 12 at 8:30am.
Curfew for registering for the sale is on Tuesday April 11 at 7pm.