Home' South Gippsland Sentinel-Times : April 4, 2017 Edition Contents THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SENTINEL-TIMES, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017 - PAGE 51
Friday, April 21, 2017 at 10.30am
175 Conrons Rd, Buffalo (Property Leased)
A/c. Est HJ & DM Shandley
Tom Browne 0417 493 263
Glenn Wright 0439 622 245
McCormick MC 120 tractor with Trima FEL,
bucket, 3 banks remotes (10yr old only
300hrs); Case 154 cabin tractor (old); 10ft
Kuhn HRB302 power harrows with Duncan
uni-seeder seed box (ex cond); Marshall
825T multi spread belt spreader; Kuhn GMD
600 6 disc hay mower; Suzuki 400 ASI 4x2
motorbike, rear dual wheels (8389hrs, good
order); motorbike trailer with cage; Silvan
600lt spray unit - 6mt boom; 10ft steel
paddock roller; hydraulic post driver; Silvan
11 tyne chisel plough; 6ft slasher; harrows;
large steel carryall (ex cond); heavy duty
rippers; heavy duty FE blade; FEL hay
spikes; Truline single bale hay feeder;
Challenge FEL silage grab; Hay trailer;
Rayglen single spikes hay feeder; Lavor
hot/cold pressure cleaner; Advantage grain
feeder (ex cond); 2 x Paton MF24 pellet
feeders; Paton MF18 pellet feeder; 6 x hay
rings; 1000lt fuel tank (unleaded); 1500lt
Rapid Spray diesel tank; 900lt Silvan diesel
tank; 4 x firefighting pumps; Husqvarna
chainsaw; Tanaka motorised drill; ute cattle
crate; large qty treated pine posts, stays &
strainers; 2 x large concrete troughs; 3270lt
milk vat & compressor; small milk vat; qty
farm gates; 6 bale milking plant (old); large
qty gal steel posts; large qty elec fence
posts; fence reels; qty barb and plain wire; 3
x coils 1” poly pipe; large plastic drain pipe;
compressor; grinder; hand post hole digger;
manure sprayer; metal ladder; molasses
feeder; small rotary hoe; lawn mower; vet
supplies; qty tools, pipe fitting & scrap steel;
Sundry items too numerous to mention.
Outside vendors welcome
Terms: Cash or cheque on day of sale.
Photo ID for registration.
Number system. GST where applicable.
Light luncheon available.
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SALE BY TENDER
A/C Warakirri Dairies Pty Ltd
110 Vendor Bred 110
• Born Nov 2014 - March 2015 (2 - 21/2 years old)
• AI bred by Industry leading Sires
• PTIC to Jersey bulls for calving ease
• CALVING MID APRIL TO LATE MAY
Cattle inspection day - Thursday 6th April.
11.00am - 3.30pm
Cattle will be drafted into suitable lines to suit all
Full details including Catalogue, Photos, Inspection
location & Tender documents will be available from
Friday 31st March by accessing the DLS website
1% Purchasing Rebate to approved Agents, inspecting
Closing date for Tenders is
Friday 7th April at 1.00pm
Comments: Heifers will present in tremendous form,
from high production herds, backed by generations of
leading AI sires.
Ross Suares 0407 321 136
Luke Russell 0408 313 815
IT’S hard to believe that it’s been five years
since Outtrim Moyarra Kongwak Cricket Club
hosted its last clearing sale.
Little wonder there’s plenty of stock that has
built up in the sheds of members and support-
ers since then that will all be sold on Sunday,
May 7 at the Outtrim Rec from 11am.
Outside entries are welcome to boost the
range even further.
Don Olden from Elders, Paul Wilson from
SEJ and James Kyle from LKD Livestock are
all donating their time to keep the sale rolling,
and commissions will go to the cricket club to
help fund a very important project.
“It will go towards our second ground,” club
president Russ White said.
The Diggers had hoped to have a second
ground to host C Grade matches up and run-
ning this season, but some planning issue at
the South Gippsland Shire Council thwarted
“Fortunately, we’ve found a new site which
has just come up. One of our farming families
has come forward and we’re about to submit
the plans to the shire.
“Hopefully it’s all straight forward from here.
It’s on the Outtrim-Leongatha South Road
about 4km away from the Outtrim Rec.
“It’s nice and flat and not much earth moving
will be required.
“At this stage we’ll just have the ground, and
maybe a shed later.”
The club’s third and fourth XI teams play
on grounds across the region, depending on
Items set for the sale include at least a cou-
ple of tractors, a cattle crush, calf feeds, water
troughs, old horse drawn equipment and a new
Amazon super spreader.
Round and square bales will also be sold.
For more details about the event, phone Russ
on 0409 574 334.
VEALER and steer numbers were back slightly
week for the fat sale at Warragul, and this did not
deter buyers from these categories as both record-
ed good average increases selling to firm demand.
Bullock numbers were up and also saw a
good average lift.
Extra heifers were yarded in comparison to
the previous week and the better pens sold to
Some lighter bodies in the secondary pens
eased the average, but overall the sale was
stronger on the day.
The yard average was 4c better at 310.4c/kg.
The 23 bullocks made to 306c/kg, back 6c, and
averaged 285, up 25, while the 46 heifers made
to 342.2c/kg, up 47c, and averaged 269, back 6.
The 44 steers made to 320c/kg, up 8c, and
averaged 284.9, up 19, while the 240 vealers
made to 382.6c/kg, back 5c, and averaged
333.9, up 12.
The 15 bulls penned on Thursday saw heavi-
er weights result in the average price per head
dip only $10. The top sale made to 274.6, back
5c, and the average eased 13c to 238.6.
The 431 cows sold to firm demand reaching
274.6c/kg, back slightly on the previous week, but
continued the trend over several pens keeping the
average up with a 3c increase to 208.2c/kg.
The 11 bullocks sold to good demand topping
at 280c/kg to average 252.
The yard average was 3c better than the previ-
ous Thursday at 210.9.
Below is a list of prices supplied by selling agents.
2 Limo P & B Townsend Churchill 420 380 1596
1 Limo X J & C Langelaan Neerim Sth 410 376.2 1542
2 Limo R Piasente Rancby
430 370 1591
8 Charbrey X D & P Roberts Yarragon 334 365 1219
1 Limo X N & O Mason Jindivick
350 355 1242
2 Angus R & T Read Nayook
660 306 2019
1 Limo A Bright Neerim Sth
490 320 1568
10 Angus M Sewell Rokeby
501 300.2 1504
5 Limo W Waddell Seaview
488 342.2 1668
Export Cows and Heifers
1 Hereford X E Harris Bona Vista
660 274.6 1812
1 Angus B Brown Darnum
570 273.2 1557
1 Limo X Mt Worth Cottage Mt Worth 655 272 1781
1 Angus K Hancock Poowong East 670 270.2 1810
1 Hereford J & L Hams Drouin West 535 270 1444
1 Angus T Hatch Athlone
625 267.6 1672
1 Frie K & E Parker Shady Creek
650 240 1560
1 Frie B & C Damcshke Trafalgar
780 235 1833
2 Frie C & R Buckeridge Buln Buln 705 230 1621
1 Frie J & C Elliott Nilma
765 218 1668
1 Frie R & K Anderson Labertouche 750 218 1635
9 Frie D Armstrong Cloverlea
636 248.6 1579
1 Simm T Hatch Athlone
865 274.6 2375
1 Angus T & E Algie Callignee
845 262.2 2215
1 Red Angus J & T Mcrae Yallourn Nth 970 257.2 2495
THERE were approximately 1700 export and
300 young cattle penned at the VLE Leongatha
saleyards at Koonwarra last Wednesday, repre-
senting an increase of 350 head week-on-week.
The usual buying group was present and operat-
ing in a solid market which was dearer in places.
Quality was good in the 900 steers and bull-
ocks while the young cattle run was fairly mixed
and the 700 cows held a few more well finished
A larger selection of vealers suited to butchers
sold firm along with the yearling trade steers.
A better quality offering of yearling heifers
suited to the trade improved 10c to 15c/kg.
Grown steers and bullocks sold from firm to
a few cents dearer with secondary lines show-
ing the best improvement.
Heavy weight Friesian manufacturing steers jumped
20c while the crossbred portion lifted 12c/kg.
Cows sold mostly 5c to 10c dearer and heavy
weight bulls improved 8c/kg.
Heavy weight vealers suited to butchers sold
from 340c to 365c/kg. Yearling trade steers
made between 325c and 346c/kg.
Yearling heifers to the trade sold between
306c and 343c/kg.
Grown steers made from 306c to 329c/kg.
Bullocks sold from 297c to 325c/kg.
A larger selection of heavy weight grown heif-
ers made between 265c and 310c/kg.
Heavy weight Friesian manufacturing steers
sold between 240c and 280c with the crossbred
portion between 259c and 312c/kg.
Most light and medium weight cows made
from 180c to 236c/kg. Heavy weight cows sold
mostly from 202c to 266c/kg.
Heavy weight C and B muscle bulls made
between 250c and 291c with the dairy lots be-
tween 236c and 254c/kg.
Sale draw for April 5: 1. Elders, 2. Phelan &
Henderson & Co, 3. Alex Scott & Staff, 4. Land-
mark 5. SEJ, 6. Rodwells.
The next sheep sale is on Wednesday, April
5 at noon.
Leongatha Prime Sale on Wednesday, Mar. 29, 2017
1 Toole J Glen Alvie
695.0 340.0 2,363
1 Mort A Loch
550.0 339.6 1,867
11 Crouch R Welshpool
611.4 329.2 2,012
10 Compro Solutions Pty Ltd Krowera 565.5 327.6 1,852
16 Nicholl Primary Production Nilma North
642.2 325.0 2,087
13 Vuillermin AJ Doomburrim
606.5 325.0 1,971
1 Leith Park Loch
470.0 365.0 1,715
2 Van Heerwaarden P Bena
347.5 360.0 1,251
1 JDK Pastoral Company Korumburra420.0 360.0 1,512
1 Andco P/L Mardan
380.0 355.6 1,351
3 Geary J Leongatha
476.7 350.0 1,668
1 Russell M & R Krowera
450.0 350.0 1,575
1 Russell M & R Krowera
390.0 360.0 1,404
1 Van Heerwaarden P Bena
330.0 360.0 1,188
1 Allmi Nom Leongatha Sth
275.0 359.6 988
2 Andco P/L Mardan
335.0 355.6 1,191
1 Geary J Leongatha
555.0 350.0 1,942
1 Harrison S & L Giffard
410.0 343.3 1,407
1 Malabar Farm Tarwin Lower
530.0 266.0 1,409
2 Allmi Nom Leongatha Sth
732.5 264.0 1,933
11 Blackwood Grazing Trafalgar
635.9 260.6 1,657
9 Bland GW & GJ Yarram
647.8 256.6 1,662
2 Malabar Farm Tarwin Lower
500.0 255.0 1,275
1 Shandley TE & AM Koorooman 660.0 253.6 1,673
1 Mount Angus Stud Pty Ltd Trafalgar
1,205.0 290.6 3,501
1 Mackenzie RJ Leongatha
1,030.0 283.6 2,921
1 Turner G Toora
920.0 280.6 2,581
1 Irvin R & S Nerrena
895.0 279.6 2,502
1 Bolding PL & BJ Hazelwood North 995.0 278.6 2,772
1 Mareeba Park Jeetho West
865.0 276.6 2,392
Leongatha Store Sale on Thursday, Mar. 30, 2017
1 Smith KA M & GE Jumbunna
7 Vuillermin AJ Doomburrim
1 Gippsland Grazing P/L
2 Schepers G & J Won Wron
2 Houston AL & K Nerrena
1 Glen Alvie Dairys Glen Alvie
2 Pilkington D & Toohey F Waratah Nth
5 Shilliday GW & TA Fish Creek
1 Glen Alvie Dairys Glen Alvie
6 Boddy R & Son Woodside
9 Butcher T & L2 Allambee East
1 Hempel C Koonwarra
1 Mort A Loch
Cow and Calf
10 Marriott SB Livestock Outtrim
6 Hilliar J & K Mirboo
10 Glen Alvie Dairys Glen Alvie
13 Bermingham TP Glengarry
3 Matthews AL & SJ Dumbalk
Cattle prices up across the board
Diggers to host clearing sale
OMK president Russ White with one of the tractors that will be up for grabs at the clearing
sale on Sunday, May 7. N301417
Korumburra 5655 1422
Wonthaggi 5672 1888
2, 3 and 4 drawer available in a range of colours
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