March Sales 2022 - Primary Producer

Supplement to the Bairnsdale Advertiser, Lakes Post & Snowy River Mail, week commencing March 2, 2022. EDITION 821 www.remaxgenesis.com.au 03 5155 3796 1/247 Esplanade, LAKES ENTRANCE, 3909, Victoria The Largest Real Estate Company is now servicing your corner of it M515810 672-678 Princes Hwy Bairnsdale | PHONE 5152 3058 DONALDA MOTORS SALES SERVICE SPARE PARTS M514717BH Michael Enever 0458 272 797 michael.enever@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Bairnsdale PO Box 423, Bairnsdale VIC 3875 bairnsdale.harcourts.com.au Thinking property, Think Harcourts “ “ M513246 Forge Creek beef and cropping farmer, and Gippsland Agricultural Group (GAgG) chief executive officer, Trevor Caithness, is confident relay cropping has a lot to offer local producers. Relay cropping is the practice of effectively continuously cropping a paddock without fallow time, by sowing a second crop into an existing crop. GAgG is trialling relay cropping at the Gippsland Research Farm, as well as at four farms in diverse areas like Orbost, Giffard and Winnindoo. At Forge Creek, the Caithness’ paddock is 55 hectares in total and split into three applications sown on October 14, broadcast by a fixed-wing plane. In the paddock at the time stood a full crop of planet barley. About 18ha was sown with Q31 lucerne and red clover, the second 18ha with Q31 lucerne and Persian clover and the third block sown with Q31 and Arrowleaf clover. Seed was sown into good moisture and had good follow up rain in October, November and December. Mr Caithness has had some experience with relay crops over the past five years, playing around with varieties of brassicas and millets and other predominantly small seed species. “The point is to try and keep ground cover over our soils during summer,” Mr Caithness said. “Dry standing stubble does nothing for soil biology over those hot, dry summer months. “We’re trying to keep soil covered with something that’s of valuable feedstuff for livestock.” While the high-rainfall season has most assuredly had a helping hand in the strike rate, the paddock has also had good soil and grazing management. “This year, being a wet season, we thought it would be interesting if we could get higher-value crops established,” he said. Continued page 2 Relay timing Trevor Caithness, Forge Creek, in a Persian clover crop, sown via aeroplane last October into an existing barley crop, as part of Gippsland Agricultural Group’s relay cropping trial.

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Gathering the data From page 1 “We were also exploring the option of being able to plant earlier in the spring to allow for better establishment.” The barley was harvested conventionally in late December and stored on the farm. Mr Caithness said there was a small amount of green material of the clover in the barley but it didn’t cause any issues. Previously he found if sown too early, crops like millet and brassica would grow too high when it came time to harvest the original crop, and if sown too late they didn’t have time to establish before the heat of summer. “We’ve found the lucerne has actually struggled to compete with the clovers,” he said. “Because clover is annual it’s shown very quick growth. It should get going after the clover finishes.” The paddock was set-stocked with cattle in mid-January, with 190 head weighing about 450kg. The mob grazed for 28 days, achieving an average daily weight gain of 0.95kg a day, which Mr Caithness says adds up significantly. “We wanted to put good data together to go with the trial,” he said. “If you calculate that out, 190 head by 0.95kg/day over 28 days is just over 5000kg. Multiply that by $6/kg and that’s more than $30,000. “The total cost of seed and aeroplane sowing was $10,000.” GAgG general manager, Jen Smith, said the project had wide-reaching benefits across the Gippsland community. “Climate variability, soil degradation and depletion of natural resources are major challenges to agricultural crop production,” Ms Smith said. “GAgG seeks to investigate the breakthrough innovation of relay cropping to increase production sustainably and substantially with minimal risk to both the natural resource base and agricultural business. “Relay cropping has the potential to improve soil quality, increase net return, while fully utilising available soil resources and seasonal rainfall availability.” Ms Smith said one of the major aims of the project was to help local farmers “improve their ability to sustainably utilise their land and increase resilience in the face of the climate variability we experience in our region”. WEEKLY RAINFALL RECORDINGS (mm) Location mm Bairnsdale 5 Bendoc n/a Bonang n/a Briagolong n/a Bruthen 22 Buchan n/a Buchan East 19 Bullumwaal n/a Cabbage Tree 28.5 Cann River n/a Club Terrace n/a Combienbar 147 Crooked River 19 Dargo 22 Dellicknora n/a Ensay 30 Gabo Island 62 Gelantipy 42 Genoa n/a Glenaladale 21 Hillside n/a Hinnomunjie 2 Jarrahmond 0 Lakes Entrance 11 Lindenow n/a Lucknow 22 Lower Dargo n/a Maffra n/a Mallacoota 50 Marlo 21 McKillops Bridge 45 Meerlieu 1.6 Mount Hotham 16 Mount Hotham AP 8 Mount Nowa Nowa 36 Omeo 11 Orbost 16 Point Hicks n/a Sale 3 Sarsfield n/a Stratford 4 Swifts Creek n/a Tubbut n/a Wairewa 18 Waterford 24 Chris Connley Agent Omeo/ Benambra 0437 065 468 Tom King Agent Swifts Creek 0418 195 991 WYNDHAM & CO. BILL LIVESTOCK & REAL ESTATE Michael Capes Managing Director 0418 514 258 Colin Jones Livestock Manager/ Auctioneer 0400 830 531 Gerard Ogilvie Livestock Salesman 0408 530 533 Jake Fullgrabe Auctioneer/Livestock Salesman 0437 999 943 Brent Coster Auctioneer/Livestock Salesman 0455 966 336 Bill Downey Livestock Salesman 0409 038 280 ***)('&&*%$#"! ) )! !'$ ) !' $ #!& " $ ' " & $ ) ( " $ BAIRNSDALE ORBOST Mick O’Callaghan Agent/Livestock Sales 0447 258 515 Offering over 200 years of combined livestock experience FORTHCOMING SALES Thursday, March 3 ......................................Prime Cattle Sale Friday, March 4 ..............................................Store Cattle Sale Monday, March 7....................................Sheep & Lamb Sale Thursday, March 10 ....................................Prime Cattle Sale Thursday, March 17 ....................................Prime Cattle Sale Friday, March 18 ..............Bairnsdale Annual Calf Sale Monday, March 21..................................Sheep & Lamb Sale Tuesday, March 22....................................Karoonda Bull Sale PRIVATE SALES Charolais Bulls 18 Months Jake Fullgrabe 0437 999 943 Limousin Bulls 12 Months, $4000 Bill Downey 0409 038 280 Long term broad acres to lease beef cattle Colin Jones 0400 830 531 WANTED

Annual Mountain Weaner Calf Sales INCLUDING: • 2,000 EU ACCREDITED, WEANED AND YEARLING CATTLE This is a vendor bred sale. All cattle standing on soft floor yards. 5,000 Steers OMEO BENAMBRA ENSAY OMEO 3,000 Heifers DAY 1 – OMEO TUESDAY MARCH 8TH – 12.00PM 1,850 STEERS – 1,300 HEIFERS DAY 1 – BENAMBRA TUESDAY MARCH 8TH – 3.00PM 1,100 STEERS – 550 HEIFERS DAY 2 – ENSAY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9TH – 11.00AM 950 STEERS – 450 HEIFERS DAY 2 – OMEO WEDNESDAY MARCH 9TH – 2.00PM 1,100 STEERS – 400 HEIFERS Tuesday 8th March and Wednesday 9th March 2022 8,000 CATTLE 8,000 Contact Selling Agents: David Hill 0417 538 220 Geoff Adams 0427 573 320 Morgan Davies 0438 081 529 Noel Jansz 0427 838 020 EU = EU Accredited Cattle W = Weaned NE = Never Ever Programme All intending purchasers must register their names & P.I.C. numbers prior to the sales. A scanning fee will be charged to all purchasers. Fees for cattle movements will be charged to the purchaser. Catering available at all locations by local CWA Angus & Angus X Weaners LH & SE Pendergast 300 W/NE Ang m/s Dawn-Raine Pty Ltd 250 NE Ang & AngX m/s JA Commins & Co 250 EU/W/NE Ang & Ang/HfdX m/s BC & G Flynn 220 W Ang m/s Black Mountain Stn 200 Ang Strs CE & DG Anderson 180 W/NE Ang & Ang/HfdX m/s WA Pendergast & Sons 150 EU/W/NE Ang/HfdX m/s Dawn-Raine Pty Ltd 150 NE Ang Strs Tamcal 150 EU Ang m/s Meringo Pastoral 140 EU/W/NE Ang m/s J & N Faithfull 120 NE Ang m/s CW Scott & Co 100 W/NE Ang/HfdX m/s Rosevale Pastoral 100 NE Ang Strs Crisp Livestock 100 EU/W/NE Ang Strs AI & RD Nicholas 90 EU/W/NE Ang & AngX m/s BJ & JB Carroll 60 NE Ang m/s PQ & PS Sutton 50 W/NE Ang Strs IK Junor 50 NE Ang m/s Kelly’s Run 40 W Ang Strs DJ Tomkins 35 W/NE Ang m/s RG & AH Faithfull 30 EU/W/NE Ang m/s Mountain Maid 30 W Ang Strs Riverlea Blue 20 EU/NE Ang m/s Beloka Pastoral 20 NE Ang/HfdX m/s Betts & Noonan 20 W/NE Ang/HfdX m/s GT & CP Farmer 20 W/NE Ang/HfdX Strs RK & SK Cornall 20 EU/W/NE Ang/HfdX m/s PW Twitchett 15 W Ang Strs GM Jones 10 W Ang Strs AC & NH Smith 10 EU/W/NE Ang/Hfd/SHX J Wilcox 10 W/NE Ang m/s RK & SK Cornall 230 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s RG & AH Faithfull 200 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s WA Pendergast & Sons 200 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s CE & DG Anderson 100 W/NE Hfd m/s AG & SM Pendergast 100 W Hfd m/s Beloka Pastoral 80 NE Hfd m/s KW & JA Pendergast 75 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s Russ & Merilyn Pendergast 70 W/NE Hfd Hfrs BR & Est of LE Pendergast 70 EU/NE Hfd/SHx m/s Ray & Max Pendergast 70 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s BJ & JB Carroll 60 NE ChaX m/s PJ & SM Soutter 50 EU/NE Hfd Hfrs SR & L Anderson 50 W/NE Hfd Strs DJ Tomkins 40 W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s G Cottrell 30 W Hfd m/s WJC Pendergast 30 NE Hfd m/s Hereford & Hereford Shorthorn X Weaners EO & DI Newcomen 220 EU/W/NE Hfd & Hfd/Shx m/s BC & AJ Newcomen 150 EU/W/NE Hfd & Hfd/Shx m/s AM & EJ Prendergast 110 W Hfd/SHx m/s CR & JH Lloyd 80 EU/W/NE Hfd/Shx m/s Hereford & Hereford Shorthorn X Weaners AhSam & Co Pty Ltd 220 EU/W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s MW Batty & M Valentin 80 EU/NE Hfd/ShX m/s LM & GL Lee 70 W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s AC & NH Smith 50 EU/W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s TA Crisp 40 W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s Fitzgerald Pastoral 30 EU/W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s D & A Hayward 20 EU/W/NE Hfd/ShX m/s Hereford Weaners Nunniong Herefords 200 Hfd m/s RA & W Newcomen 120 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s RM Treasure 50 N/E Hfd Strs WC McCole 50 Hfd m/s GT Farmer 40 W/NE Hfd Strs AJ & D McCole 25 Hfd Strs Hereford Weaners S & SN Lawlor 240 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s PC & CG Faithfull 220 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s McCoy Farms 160 W/NE Hfd m/s Colin W Scott & Co 140 W/NE Hfd m/s BJ & BM Flannagan 120 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s RT & ME Johnston 100 W/NE Hfd m/s CR & YM Connley 90 EU/NE Hfd m/s RE & CL Foster 70 EU/W/NE Hfd m/s Betts & Noonan 50 W/NE Hfd m/s J Wilcox 40 W/NE Hfd m/s 82nd ELD42 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER 3

Category Muscle Fat No. Price c/kg Est. $ per Weight Indicator Head Range head Range LMRS market reports sponsored by Dandenong, Korumburra and Bairnsdale Associated Stock Agents VEALER STEER 280 - 330 B2 2 580.0 - 580.0 1885 - 1885 330+ B3 6 576.0 - 586.0 2160 - 2344 VEALER HEIFER 280 - 330 C3 4 550.0 - 556.0 1650 - 1835 330+ B3 2 574.0 - 585.0 2223 - 2296 YEARLING STEER 330 - 400 B3 1 580.0 - 580.0 2320 - 2320 400+ B3 6 560.0 - 576.0 2736 - 2940 YEARLING HEIFER 200 - 280 D2 2 430.0 - 430.0 1183 - 1183 280 - 330 D2 4 440.0 - 440.0 1320 - 1320 330 - 400 C3 4 550.0 - 550.0 2200 - 2200 400+ B3 4 576.0 - 576.0 2736 - 2736 GROWN STEER 500 - 600 B2 1 500.0 - 500.0 3000 - 3000 600 - 750 C3 1 468.0 - 468.0 3510 - 3510 750+ C4 37 438.0 - 484.0 3488 - 3833 GROWN HEIFER 0 - 540 D3 13 425.0 - 440.0 1980 - 2231 540+ D3 21 410.0 - 480.0 2358 - 2688 MANUFACTURING STEER 0 - 540 D2 3 428.0 - 460.0 1547 - 2300 540+ D3 80 430.0 - 465.0 2473 - 3550 COWS 520+ C3 2 370.0 -396.0 2772 - 3145 BULLS 0 - 450 C2 2 320.0 - 370.0 1280 - 1480 450 - 600 C2 12 296.0 - 450.0 1702 - 2475 600+ B2 1 365.0 - 365.0 2920 - 2920 VEALER STEER 280 - 330 B3 1 580.0 - 580.0 1914 - 1914 330+ C3 3 558.0 - 560.0 2120 - 2240 VEALER HEIFER 200 - 280 C2 11 555.0 - 555.0 1526 - 1526 280 - 330 C3 3 540.0 - 540.0 1755 - 1755 330+ B3 7 564.0 - 602.0 1974 - 2170 YEARLING STEER 330 - 400 C2 2 522.0 - 522.0 2088 - 2088 400+ B2 1 540.0 - 540.0 2700 - 2700 YEARLING HEIFER 330 - 400 C3 2 5000 - 510.0 1750 - 2040 400+ B3 1 560.0 - 560.0 2660 - 2660 GROWN STEER 500 - 600 C2 1 524.0 - 524.0 3013 - 3013 600 - 750 C3 2 470.0 - 470.0 3055 - 3525 750+ C4 11 450.0 - 450.0 3488 - 3488 GROWN HEIFER 0 - 540 D2 2 405.0 - 416.0 1768 - 2025 540+ B2 1 510.0 - 510.0 2933 - 2933 MANUFACTURING STEER 0 - 540 D3 1 460.0 - 460.0 2070 - 2070 540+ C2 2 460.0 - 460.0 3220 - 3220 COWS 400 - 520 D3 1 344.0 - 344.0 1720 - 1720 520+ C3 2 392.0 - 404.0 2626 - 3136 BULLS 0 - 450 C2 2 314.0 - 512.0 1413 - 2048 450 - 600 C3 1 355.0 - 355.0 2130 - 2130 600+ B2 5 365.0 - 381.0 2738 - 4191 LIVESTOCK MAJOR CENTRES – CATTLE Leongatha Cattle sale on 23.2.2022, 1719 cattle were yarded There were approximately 1470 export and 250 young cattle penned representing an increase of 40 head week-on-week. The usual buying group was present but not all operating fully in a mixed market. Quality was mixed with a reasonable selection of trade cattle while secondary grown lots and cows were well supplied. Grown steers to feeder orders were dearer while heavy bullocks eased 3c/kg. Manufacturing steerslifted 5c to 10c/kg. There was greater restocking demand in the cow sale as dairy cows improved 5c to 10c while heavy beef cows eased10c/kg. Heavy bulls gained 15c/kg. Vealers sold from 480c to 590c/kg. Yearling trade steers made between 480c and 580c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade sold between 450c and 576c/kg. Grown steers made from 460c to 500c/kg. Bullocks sold from 438c to 484c/kg. Heavy Friesian manufacturing steers made between 326c and 386c with the crossbred portion between 380c and 465c/kg. Most light and medium weight cows sold between 202c and 290c/kg. Heavy weight cows made mostly from 270c to 368c/kg. Restocking cows sold from 140c to 406c/kg. Better shaped heavy bulls made between 320c and 365c with the dairy lots between 300c and 330c/kg. YEARLING STEER 400+ B3 1 482.0 - 482.0 2434 - 2434 YEARLING HEIFER 330 - 400 D3 8 488.0 - 488.0 1923 - 1923 400+ D3 25 440.0 - 478.0 2125 - 2203 GROWN STEER 500 - 600 C3 13 466.0 - 466.0 2740 - 2740 600 - 750 C4 3 460.0 - 463.0 2792 - 2990 GROWN HEIFER 0 - 540 C2 1 432.0 - 432.0 2311 - 2311 540+ D3 1 433.0 - 433.0 2598 - 2598 MANUFACTURING STEER 0 - 540 D2 1 400.0 - 400.0 1720 - 1720 COWS 520+ D4 33 322.0 - 337.0 1733 - 2617 BULLS 450 - 600 B2 4 310.0 - 368.0 1426 - 1796 600+ C4 1 351.0 - 351.0 3756 - 3756 Bairnsdale Cattle sale on 17.2.2022, 225 cattle were yarded There were approximately 190 export and 50 young cattle penned representing an increase of 15 head week-on-week. Most of the usual buying group was present and operating in a dearer market in places. Quality improved with with a better selection of grown steers and aheavy run of yearling heifers. Yearling heifers eased 29c/kg with weight playing a role. Grown steers lifted 25c/kg. A limited selection of dairy cows lifted 20c while heavy beef cows sold firm to 10c/kg dearer. Heavy bulls lifted 10c to 15c/kg. Yearling heifers suited to the trade sold from 440c to 488c/kg. Grown steers and a handful of bullocks made between 410c and 466c/kg. Most medium weight cows sold between 173c and 248c/kg. Heavy weight cows made mostly from 255c to 337c/kg. Restocking cows sold from 248c to 352c/kg. Heavy bulls made between 317c and 352c/kg. Pakenham Cattle sale on 28.2.2022, 937 cattle were yarded There were approximately 740 export and 200 young cattle penned representing an increase of 30 head week-on-week. There was a regular order absent from the gallery while several returned after varying lengths of absence in a mixed market. Quality declined with fewer bullocks and a larger proportion of cows. Trade cattle lifted 15c to 20c/kg. Grown steers sold firm while bullocks eased 5c/kg. Manufacturing steers lost 2c to 4c/kg. Cows sold from firm to 15c/kg cheaper. Heavy bulls gained 5c/kg. Vealers sold from 500c to 602c/kg. Yearling trade steers made between 500c and 560c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade sold between 480c and560c/kg. Grown steers made from 485c to 504c/kg. Bullocks sold from 450c to 483c/kg. Heavy Crossbred manufacturing steers made between 396c and 480c/kg. Most light and medium weight cows sold between 185c and 330c/kg. Heavy weight cows made from 265c to 386c/kg. Better shaped heavy bulls sold from 330c to 381c with dairy lots from 310c to 341c/kg Bill Wyndhamprime cattle report 4 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER Bill Wyndham and Co, at the Bairnsdale Stock Agents’ Association weekly fat cattle and chopper market held on Thursday, February 24, 2022, yarded 85 cattle, comprising 9 bulls, 49 cows and 27 grown cattle. Bulls: A/c: Craig Fletcher: Fries, 316.6, 840.0, $2659.44; Fries, 316.6, 685.0, $2168.71; Fries, 316.6, 700.0, $2216.20; Fries, 316.6, 725.0, $2295.35. A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: Ang, 319.6, 955.0, $3052.18. A/c: E. Hine & B. Pender: Lim, 337.6, 1045.0, $3527.92. A/c: Heath B. Taylor: Charo, 340.6, 810.0, $2758.86; Charo, 334.6, 515.0, $1723.19; Charo, 310.0, 460.0, $1426.00. Cows: A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: 4 Ang, 331.6, 771.3, $2557.47. A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: Ang, 327.6, 655.0, $2145.78; 6 Ang, 327.6, 605.8, $1984.71. A/c: Kelly Quirke: 2 Ang, 330.0, 792.5, $2615.25; Ang, 330.0, 760.0, $2508.00. A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: Hfd, 322.0, 820.0, $2640.40; Hfd, 322.0, 700.0, $2254.00; Hfd, 322.0, 745.0, $2398.90; 4 Hfd, 322.0, 786.3, $2531.73; Ang, 305.0, 610.0, $1860.50; 2 Ang, 295.6, 652.5, $1928.79; Ang, 295.6, 510.0, $1507.56. A/c: GR & PH Curtis: AngX, 307.6, 660.0, $2030.16; HfdX 274.6, 485.0, $1331.81. A/c: Craig Fletcher: FriesX, 308.6, 695.0, $2144.77. A/c: E. Hine & B. Pender: FriesX, 235.6, 685.0, $1613.86; FriesX, 232.6, 565.0, $1314.19; FriesX, 238.6, 525.0, $1252.65; 3 FriesX, 241.6, 595.0, $1437.52; Fries, 219.6, 525.0, $1152.90; Fries, 201.6, 500.0, $1008.00; Fries, 201.6, 425.0, $856.80; 2 Fries, 172.6, 410.0, $707.66. A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: Fries, 200.0, 525.0, $1050.00; Ang, 117.6, 610.0, $717.36. Grown: A/c: RLJ & JA Pendergast: 7 Hfd Str, 410.0, 718.6, $2946.14; 2 Hfd Str, 420.0, 627.5, $2635.50. A/c: B. Herbert: Hfd Hfr, 440.0, 515.0, $2266.00; 2 HfdX Hfr, 440.0, 527.5, $2321.00; 3 Hfd Hfr, 440.0, 450.0, $1980.00; HfdX Hfr, 440.0, 490.0, $2156.00; HfdX Hfr, 440.0, 440.0, $1936.00. A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: 2 AngX Str, 477.6, 445.0, $2125.32. A/c: Kelly Quirke: Charo Str, 481.6, 505.0, $2432.08. A/c: CC & MP Wheeler: 2 AngX Hfr, 440.0, 482.5, $2123.00. A/c: K. & M. Dogger: AngX Str, 349.6, 410.0, $1433.36. 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MARCH SALES 2022 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER 1 Mountaincalf sale feverhitsnextweek The combination of an excellent season in East Gippsland and excellent cattle prices have Elders agents expecting around 8000 cattle at the 82nd Mountain Calf Sales on Tuesday andWednesday. About 64 vendors will send in around 5000 steers and 3000 heifers to grace the saleyards next week at Omeo, Benambra and Ensay. The numbers are up on last year’s total of about 6500 cattle. “The expectation is we’ll have some really good results,” Elders auctioneer, Morgan Davies said. “Forward prices and contracts are indicating cattle will be as dear as they have ever been, and we’ll certainly see that next week.” He said they also expected a lot of cattle to head north into New South Wales and Queensland. “Cattle go to almost every state apart fromWestern Australia, a lot go into South Australia. “The numbers draw the buyers but it’s the quality that keeps them coming back.” Mr Davies said cattle will come from as far as Cobungra,Wulgulmerang, Gelantipy and Dargo. “The Alpine cattle are very well sought after. “East Gippsland’s mountain cattle are renowned, the genetics and the husbandry of the vendors allows them to get the best results. “We have some fantastic studs locally and their bloodlines are utilised along with studs from further afield,meaning we have some of the best Hereford and Angus genetics in the country.” Vendors, the Commins family of Swifts Creek, will sell 150 mixed sex Angus and Angus-cross cattle on Tuesday. Dee Commins said they were the last of the 2021 spring drop and yard weaned over seven days,making them particularly quiet and easy to handle. “It has been a fantastic season for us with some of the highest summer rainfalls we’ve ever received, following four failed springs,” Ms Commins said. “The cattle being sold reflect the season and we’re excited to see where the market goes at these sales given rainfall in the northern states. “We would love to see the continuation of record high prices.” Mr Davies said preparation had been flat out for the sale and getting the yards ready had been front of mind, believing the best way to keep moving forward is “small steps every year”. Investing in the saleyards at Omeo, with two new loading races, and Benambra with another loading race, Elders has spent more than $100,000 in time for the sales. There is also the ability to feed and water any cattle headed north in the saleyards. Day one on Tuesday, March 8, sees Nutrien EGL/Sharp Fullgrabe begin at 10am at the Hinnomunjie saleyards, followed by the Elders sales kicking off with Angus and Angus/Hereford cattle at Omeo at noon, and Hereford, Hereford/Shorthorn cattle at Benambra at 3pm. Day two starts at Ensay at 11am with the final sale back at Omeo at 2pm. Commins siblings Alistair and Dee, Swifts Creek, with some of their Angus cattle on offer next Tuesday. (PS) Rhys Redenbach - 0409 391 123 | Sara Redenbach - 0422 298 761 rsredenbachcontracting@hotmail.com ! King & Heath ,+*)('+&%'()*)%'($#"&!%'!$ ( ( ( ( (& ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (" ( EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCES VISIT ICONIC & SUCCESSFUL CATTLE STATIONS NATURAL WONDERS OF THE RED CENTRE HIGHLIGHTS OF ALICE SPRINGS INCLUDING THE OLD TELEGRAPH STATION DEPARTS 10 JULY 13 DAYS

MARCH SALES 2022 2 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER 13 Outstanding Limousin bulls 50 years breeding | Muscle from grass only | Pure bred and semen tested Kevin Scouller 0429 347 589 | Inspection welcome prior to sale day T R A FA LG A R S OU T H BULL SALE Thursday, March 24, 9:30am PakenhamVLE - Exchange Drive See us on facebook YOUR PROPERTY CONTROL 0408 371 839 evcvic@gmail.com eastern vegetati on CONTRACTI NG Forestry Mulching Spraying Farm Maintenance Slashing Fire Breaks Mawarra’s largest offering The Sykes family is gearing up to present its largest offering of bulls on Monday, March 21. The 100 Whiteface bulls and 42 Angus bulls offer a powerful mix of new genetics and proven performance. On the back of outstanding results from their 2021 sale season, which included a record on-property average ($10,889), the highest recorded top-price ($103,000 Mawarra If Only Q264), and average (10 bulls averaged $41,428) at the Herefords Australia National Show and Sale (Wodonga), the team at Mawarra Genetics is expecting a big 2022 sale season. “Our focus is to offer herd-improving bulls to the commercial producer at a competitive price,” Deanne Sykes said. “Even with our record-breaking result last year over 50 per cent of our sale bulls sold for under $10,000. An extensive embryo transfer program has resulted in an increased number of young sires available for sale this year. “We’re confident we have bulls available to suit a range of entry price-points and the selections criteria of the most discerning producer. “The positivity of the beef sector is exciting to be a part of.We love seeing our clients reap financial reward for their investment in quality genetics: producers, backgrounders and processors alike recognise the Mawarra brand. “The repeat buyers our clients’ cattle attract reflect the market suitability, performance, and profitability they generate along the supply chain.” The annual mountain calf sales are an event the Sykes’ look forward to each year. “From a business and social perspective, it’s a great couple of days. Our local Gippsland producers are amongst the best in the country,” Deanne said. “The reputation High Country cattle have earned is testament to the cattlemen and women who present them each year. “It’s an honour for us to provide genetics into this esteemed market and witness the success producers, backgrounders and processors alike achieve as a result.” Mawarra Genetics Angus sale bulls (above) and Hereford sale bulls (below) which will be presented on Monday, March 21. (PS)

Barry and Topsy Newcomen P: 5157 3209 M: 0427 242 238 Mat Marshall - M: 0400 606 269 E: newcomen@skymesh.com.au WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2022 60 BULLS HORNED & POLLED 60 BULLS HORNED & POLLED MAIN SIRES POLLED: MORGANVALE LARKIN, CENTENNIAL GAMBLE, MAWARRA PRIME TIME HORNED: YARRAM STORM N090, MAWARRA EMBARK, BATTALION UNDERTAKER Lot 19: Newcomen Rawson R032 (H) Lot 3: Newcomen Radial R110 (HPR) (P) Lot 6: Newcomen Roland R064 (PP) M517052 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER 3

EXCEPTIONAL TRAVEL EXPERIENCES 2022 1300 301 128 bookings@quadrantaustralia.com quadrantaustralia.com IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE CRUISE IN A GLASS-BOTTOM BOAT OVER SPECTACULAR NINGALOO REEF & PROGRESSIVE GRAZING PROPERTIES THE PILBARA CATTLE TOUR I AGTOURS & JOURNEYS M516938 HERE FORD S TUD ENSAY *)(('&%$%#(%*("&! &$#" # &! & % December 2021 Hereford BREEDPLAN BW SS Milk 200G 400G 600G EMA Rib RUMP IMF% EBV +9.2 +2.2 +20 +42 +75 +115 +2.5 -0.4 -0.5 +0.0 Acc%71% 79% 49% 71% 71% 74% 53% 58% 62% 56% Lot 1 NUNNIONG NIGHT RIDER PCER024 (H) January 2022 Hereford BREEDPLAN BW SS Milk 200G 400G 600G EMA Rib RUMP IMF% EBV +7.9 +1.7 +19 +36 +68 +105 +4.4 +0.5 +1.0 +0.7 Acc%61% 74% 46% 60% 61% 66% 43% 50% 55% 50% Lot 10 NUNNIONG NIGHT RIDER PCER041 (H) January 2022 Hereford BREEDPLAN BW SS Milk 200G 400G 600G EMA Rib RUMP IMF% EBV +7.9 +1.0 +14 +43 +72 +111 +4.9 -0.5 -0.4 -0.2 Acc%62% 75% 46% 64% 63% 69% 46% 52% 57% 53% Lot 11 NUNNIONG TOMCAT PCER056 (H) & % & & & & " &' " )# #"'& PHILLIP (BLUEY) COMMINS & & 24 HORNED BULLS AND 12 POLLED BULLS MARCH SALES 2022 4 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER All set for first on-farmbull sale After more than 20 years of breeding stud Angus cattle and selling to return buyers, John and Fiona Glover have decided to let the beef cattle breeding world know they are spreading the availability of their genetics through their inaugural on farm bull and production sale of Wednesday, March 16 at 4pm. In preparation for the sale, the couple has implemented genomic testing for the HBR herd as well as making sure they don’t carry any recessive genes. Along with submitting weights to TACE (Trans-Tasman Angus Cattle Evaluation (BreedPlan), the sale animals qualify for the Zoetis Star Breeder Assurance Program where all the sale animals are tested P.I. Negative for BVDV (Pestie Virus), vaccinated Pestiegard and seven in one, with the bulls also being vaccinated with Vibrovax to safeguard against Vibriosis. The stud has had overwhelming interest in their stock from both stud and commercial breeders and after the sale of some very prime steers recently where 16-month-old’s came back at just under $3000, additional beef producers are seeing the benefits of Wattlewood genetics. “Whist we breed stud Angus, we are very aware of the end product, not only in the quality of the bulls and females we breed, but the steers and heifers that are produced from our bloodlines and that is what the farmers are paid for,” Fiona said. “The progeny must be able to perform in the paddock and on feed, as each producer has different requirements and feed availability to finish their trade cattle. John and Fiona Glover at Wattlewood Angus are excited about their first on-farm sale. (PS) Lot 12 Wattlewood Rapind Fire R43, which will be presented at Watttlewood Angus’s inaugural on-farm sale on March 16. (PS) “Temperament is so important, not only so the finished beast doesn’t stress at the drop of a hat, but nobody likes being chased up a fence or out of the yards. “We have halter broken all our bulls this year, just so that any prospective buyer has an animal that is easy to handle in any situation.” Wattlewood is looking forward to welcoming cattle breeders to their first on farm sale and for those that can not be there in person, videos of the sale animals can be viewed on YouTube and the sale will be interfaced with AuctionsPlus. BENAMBRA CALF SALE TUESDAY, MARCH 8 AT 10AM MC K E N Z I E S L A N E , H I NNOMUN J I E M517153 Better than money in the bank Graeme Fullgrabe– 0408 516 432 David Walker – 0409 526 411 Donald Betts – 0428 591 572 Brad Obst – 0417 398 026 Geoff Nicholls – 0429 398 026 A/c LH & SE Pendergast 200 Charolais Hereford & Black Baldy mixed sex Never Ever A/c RW Moon 140 Hereford mixed sex 6-9 mths A/c CT Ferguson 120 Angus heifers 7-8 mths Pinora blood Never Ever A/c PJ & SM Soutter 80 Hereford steers 10-11 mths dehorned A/c AL Fitzgerald 40 Hereford steers 10-11 mths dehorned 25 Hereford heifers 10-11 mths A/c RE & AM Connley 40 Hereford x steers 9-10 mths 20 Hereford x heifers 9-10 mths A/c G & S Crisp 60 Hereford Shorthorn x mixed sex 10-11 mths A/c BS Dyer 60 Hereford mixed sex Karoonda & Sugarloaf blood A/c RT & RL Gilmore 50 Poll Hereford & Angus x mixed sex A/c DF Olsson 50 Angus mixed sex weaners A/c Pendergast Livestock holdings 40 Hereford mixed sex A/c D Betts 30 Hereford Shorthorn x mixed sex 18 mths Never Ever A/c Ag Allrounder Farming 30 Speckle Angus x mixed sex A/c KW & JA Pendergast 25 Hereford mixed sex Never Ever A/c GM & LL Troake 25 Hereford mixed sex A/c Ray & Max Pendergast 25 Hereford steers A/c GR & SL Sinnott 25 Hereford mixed sex A/c JCM Farms 20 Black Baldy steers Aug drop Never Ever A/c Willfinn 20 Hereford mixed sex A/c Macs Creek Pastoral 15 Hereford mixed sex A/c S Pederson 13 Hereford steers A/c AK & EM Farms 10 Angus steers ✔Free cuppa & snag ✔Soft floor yards ✔Trough water FIRST ON THE RAIL, PRECEDING ELDERS SALE

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Pat Keyte 0414 632 017 Black & Red Polled Limousin Bulls Broadlands Limousins BAIRNSDALE EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCES SEE TROPICAL CAIRNS & THE ATHERTON TABLELANDS CRAB & CROC CRUISE AT KARUMBA MAJOR CATTLE STATIONS & THEIR TECHNOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS DEPARTS 30 AUGUST 14 DAYS Lot 47 Lot 112 www.mawarragenetics.com.au Next Sale: Monday 21st March Sale starts 1pm. Inspections from 9am (prior by appointment). 100 Whiteface bulls and 40 Angus bulls 23 PTIC heifers & 15 Weaner heifers #mawarragenetics proudly supply seedstock to producers throughout the High Country. ID: MWGR377 Sire: Milwillah Nardoo N115 Dam: Kenny’s Creek Patriot J318 Nardoo’s first sons at Milwillah averaged over $47,000 in 2021. ID: HRPR304 Sire: Sugarloaf Nowra N124 Dam: Mawarra Minerva 995 Lot 47 is a maternal brother to $103,000 Mawarra If Only Q264. MARCH SALES 2022 6 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER Elders agents are excited to announce two new cattle ramps at the Omeo saleyards and another at the Benambra saleyards in order to aid animal health and the welfare of staff, truck drivers, buyers and vendors at the 82nd Mountain Calf Sales next week. (PS) Vendor Barry Newcomen (right), Kanangra, Ensay, with manager Max Beecher and Elders agent Ryan Bajada. (PS)

MARCH SALES 2022 THE PRIMARY PRODUCER 7 Heatherdale Limousins, of Trafalgar South, is hosting its March bull sale at the Pakenham Livestock Exchange on Thursday, March 24, from 9.30am. They will have 13 outstanding limousin bulls on offer, all with great temperament.With 50 years of breeding behind the team, the bulls are pure bred,well muscled and semen tested, all sired by Keystone Polled King Kong. Bulls will be sold as a feature right at the start of the sale at 9.30am sharp - don’t miss out. (PS) WATTLEWOOD ANGUS Beef Week Open Day: Saturday 29th January, 2022 Inaugural Bull and Production Sale: Wednesday 16th March, 2022 ticking all the box Free of Known Genetic Defects (by pedigree or testing) Zoetis Star Breeder (vacc. 7in1, Pestiegard, Vibrovax) P.I. Negative HD50K Genotyped Herd Book Registered Semen Tested Sire Verified Fiona & John Glover: 0416 216 951 | www.wattlewoodstud.com.au S Inaugural Bull and Production Sale: Wednesday 16th March, 2022 at 4pm. M516948

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