value of weaned organic angus calves

To make a profit on the calves sold at 9 months old. What value do you put on an average steers and heifers? beef cross angus sire named. grass fed. Sold privately not through mart. Avail end of Feb. Havent weighed them yet. Seen a few on Breedr but some are extremely low in price. Got to cover costs and make a profit.
 

serf

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Location
warwickshire
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sorry couldn't resist 🤐
 

Werzle

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Location
Midlands
To make a profit on the calves sold at 9 months old. What value do you put on an average steers and heifers? beef cross angus sire named. grass fed. Sold privately not through mart. Avail end of Feb. Havent weighed them yet. Seen a few on Breedr but some are extremely low in price. Got to cover costs and make a profit.
Depends on your weight and if they look growthy but from what i have seen( aax hol/frie they will be £650-720 for 330-350kg types 10-12mths.
 

Al R

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Livestock Farmer
Location
West Wales
To make a profit on the calves sold at 9 months old. What value do you put on an average steers and heifers? beef cross angus sire named. grass fed. Sold privately not through mart. Avail end of Feb. Havent weighed them yet. Seen a few on Breedr but some are extremely low in price. Got to cover costs and make a profit.
How many have you got? PM pictures if you want I may be after some in May
 

Farmer Roy

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Arable Farmer
theyd probably be worth at least $2000 here or more . . .

"Maules Creek clients with DSK Angus blood steer weaners selling for 726.2c/kg @ 291 kg to return $2113 at 10 months of age."


Scott Cooper - Nutrien Ag Solutions - Gunnedah Livestock and Property

Jtianuary 14 7ioat0 77:4msmi2 3rAMd ·

Temperature rise and Cattle Market still hot!!
The first week of trade has seen our Cattle market open up very strong for feeder and restocker types in all weight ranges.
I attended the Wodonga and Wangaratta weaner sales last week in Victoria and witnessed record breaking results for outstanding calves.
These prices I believe will filter north if our Gunnedah cattle sale this week is any sort of barometer.
A lot of the Victorian bred calves did end up coming back to Northern NSW and Southern QLD.
Gunnedah yarded just under 1000 head for our first sale back.
Nutrien Livestock Gunnedah highlights include-
Maules Creek clients with DSK Angus blood steer weaners selling for 726.2c/kg @ 291 kg to return $2113 at 10 months of age.
Gunnedah clients with a nice pen of Limousin cross heifers making 588.2c/kg @ 382 kg for $2247 , preg tested empty.
Narrabri clients with 2 yards of outstanding pens of export weight Angus feeder steers weighing 452 and 502kg , selling for 591.2 c/kg to see the tops return $2967 !!
Tamworth store sale today 2000 head
New start time 10am
Our Nutrien Classic Store Cattle Sale which is held in Tamworth in conjunction with our annual Nutrien Classic Horse Sale is on Wednesday 2nd of February.
Contact your local Nutrien Livestock agent for further details.
We are expecting 5000 plus head.
Have a good weekend
Scott Cooper

JBR Livestock & Property

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Gunnedah Fat Cattle Sale Results
Tuesday 18th January 2022
There was an increased yarding from last week's market to a yarding of 1333 head. Feeder and weaner cattle were well represented with limited processor cattle on offer.
The JBR team was well represented in the market yarding 370 head, presenting some outstanding quality cattle through our run.
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Higgy Trust - Gunnedah
Had the highest price cattle on the day with a pen of Angus x Strs @ 576.2c x 535kg = $3082, with the heifer pen making 556.2c x 464kg = $2583
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Distwin - Gunnedah
30 x Angus hfrs @ 586.2c x 427kg = $2507
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Laredo - Boggabri
Topped the weaner market with Angus x Strs @ 788.2c x 247kg = $1950, Angus x Hfrs @ 716.2c x 292kg = $2096
Congratulations to all our vendors on some great results.
 
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Five nature-recovery projects spanning 100,000ha launched

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Written by Michelle Martin from Agriland

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Five nature-recovery projects spanning nearly 100,000ha across the West Midlands, Cambridgeshire, the Peak District, Norfolk and Somerset have been announced by the government and Natural England today (Thursday, May 26).

This is the equivalent in size to all 219 current National Reserves.

The aim of the projects is to deliver nature recovery at a landscape scale, helping to tackle biodiversity loss, climate change and improve public health and well-being.

All five projects will make a significant contribution towards the national delivery of the international commitment to protect at least 30% of land and...
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