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450 head yarded at Murgon

LOTS OF CATTLE: The Murgon Saleyards saw 450 head of cattle yarded today.
LOTS OF CATTLE: The Murgon Saleyards saw 450 head of cattle yarded today. Kate Benedict

THERE were 450 head of cattle yarded in Murgon today at the combined agents live weight sale. 

Numbers were drawn from Biloela, Mundubbera, Gayndah, Mt Perry, Boondooma, Nanango as well as locally. 

All descriptions sold to a fully firm market with weaner aged cattle being slightly dearer. 

A highlight was four and six tooth heifers from Waringa which sold for $742 at 158c for 443kg. 

For the full sale report see Friday's South Burnett Times.

South Burnett



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