Australia: Big selection from two upcoming sales

Frozen Bone-In Beef
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Published Apr 16, 2024

Tridge summary

The Elders South West team is organizing two notable cattle sales in Boyanup this April, with a diverse range of cattle up for auction. The first sale, happening on April 19, will feature around 700 head of cattle, including Friesian and first-cross steers and breeders. The second sale, scheduled for April 24, is expected to auction off approximately 1400 cattle, with a significant offering from Alcoa Farmlands and other notable vendors, focusing on beef steers and heifers aged 10 to 22 months from various breeds like Angus, Murray Grey, and Simmental. These sales present a prime opportunity for buyers looking for quality cattle for feeder programs or future breeding, highlighting the availability of cattle with desirable traits for health, growth, and carcass quality.
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If you are looking for cattle, then you should look no further than the two Boyanup cattle sales the Elders South West team is putting together this month. The first sale will be on Friday, April 19, while the second will be on Wednesday, April 24. The first sale will feature mainly Friesian and first-cross steers as well as breeders, while the second sale will comprise a full yarding of beef steers and heifers ranging in age from 10 through to 22 months old. Elders South West livestock manager Michael Carroll said the vendors had done a terrific job of holding their cattle over the summer period and preparing them specifically for this sale. "These sales will provide an opportune time to purchase cattle just before the upcoming break of the season," Mr Carroll said. "In our first sale we will yard about 700 head and Friesian and first-cross steers will make up the majority of the yarding but there will also be a good run of breeders to select from as well. "In the second sale it ...
Source: Farmweekly
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