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Monto Cattle & Country

2nd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime & Store Cattle Show & Sale

Monto Cattle Country

2nd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime & Store Cattle Show & Sale
Hosted by Monto Cattle & County, Brad & Donna McInally
Over $15 000 worth of Prizes Won

All concerned were extremely pleased with the yarding and prices at the 2nd Annual Charbray & Charbray Infused Prime and store show sale held in conjunction with Monto Cattle and Country on the 26st of April. Charbray cattle were highly sort by bidders, results showing a premium paid.

Local grazier Barry Whitaker took out Class 2, Steers 10 to 18 months that went on to win the Overall  Champion Pen of Steers which sold for $1385/head or 341.2c/kg. The Prime Steers class went to Nagel Bennett and Family who also picked up the Reserve Champion Prize and went on to sell for $2020/head or 309.2c/kg. Harold & Pam Dwyer from “Spring Hill” Biggenden & “Kildare” Eidsvold took out Class 1, Weaner steers to 10 months with an impressive line-up that returned $1272/head or 399.2c/kg. Local Steve Pailthorpe presented quality Steers to take out Class 3 (18months & over) with a return of $1404/head or 337.2c.

Brad McInally, Monto Cattle & Country with Local grazier Barry Whitaker
Brad McInally, Monto Cattle & Country with Local grazier Barry Whitaker who took out Class 2, Steers 10 to 18 months that went on to win the Overall Champion Pen of Steers which sold for $1385/head or 341.2c/kg.

Top gong for the second year running in the Female section went to Bev and Roy Marbach’s Class 6 heifers (10 to 18 months) which sold for $1057 or 318.2c/kg. The Marbach family also took home first prize in Class 7, 18 months and over with a impressive yarding of 20 heifers that went on to sell for $1215/h or 318.2c/kg.  Harold and Pam Dwyer won the Reserve Champion pen of Females with 15 quality Weaner heifers which went on to sell for $808/head or 324.2c/kg.  The Prime heifer class went to Jim McElroy with his pen of 13 heifers that brought in $1039/h or 307.2c/kg.

Guest Judge Tony Pearce, Taroom addressed the crowd and commended Vendors on the quality of Charbray cattle yarded. Many thanks to sponsors, vendors, bidders, under bidders and Monto Cattle and County’s staff from Brad and Donna McInally and Les Marshall and the team from the Charbray Society.

 

Want Consistency ? -  Then purchase your Charbray Seed Stock from a Registered Charbray Breeder who has nurtured, measured and developed his herd to a selected criteria, he or she is going all the way and not just breeding a throw away product simply to supply a market and help cash flow.

Phone 1300 Charbray (242 727) for a contact list of dedicated REGISTERED Charbray Breeders

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