Home' Yarram Standard : January 10th 2018 Contents PAGE 10 - “THE YARRAM STANDARD” Wednesday, January 10, 2018
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A/C GEOFF MAY (PROPERTY SOLD)
17 MACNEES RD, CARRAJUNG STH
FRIDAY 12TH JANUARY 2018, 10:30AM
Graeme Davis 0409 368 389
Geoff May (Vendor) 03 5189 1237
(Full details previous issue
or on website)
A/C KF MCRAE, “CLOVERDALE”, DALYSTON,
A/C M, K & S BREEN, BUFFALO (LANDMARK)
A/C B&T DOWLING , MIRBOO (BREEDER)
A/C MCLEOD PARTNERSHIP, YARRAM (BREEDER)
A/C BELGRANO P/L, GLEN ALVIE (ELDERS)
A/C N&G STOLLERY, HALLSTON (SCOTTS)
A/C D & S KING, MOE (LANDMARK)
A/C B&T BRUSAMARELLO, GLEN FORBES
A/C P&M BATTERS, YARRAM (BREEDER) (ELDERS)
A/C SENTOSA DEER FARM, WOODSIDE (ELDERS)
A/C BARRY & MCCAULAY, GLEN FORBES (ELDERS)
A/C ME&K TRIANTAFYLLOU, WOODSIDE (ELDERS)
A/C RS & JM SMITH, YARRAM (ELDERS)
120 Angus/Charalois x mix sex weaners, weaned 11/12,
drenched & all vaccinations, Silverbrae & St Clair blood,
80 Angus Steer Calves, 10-11 months
30 Angus Heifer Calves, 10-11 months
”Glendolock” blood, weaned 6 weeks, Panacur drench,
B12 & 2 x 5in1 vacc, Grass Fed only
100 angus/murray grey mix sex weaners, yard weaned
and quiet, woodburn blood, annual draft
60 Angus steers & heifers, 9-10 months, 'Innesdale'
50 Angus & Hereford x mix sex weaners, yard weaned,
Babquet blood, annual draft
50 Angus steer weaners , 8-10 mths, 2 x 5in 1, Ardrossan
& Te Mania blood, annual draft
40 Angus Steers, 9-10 months, weaned, vaccinated,
10 Black Baldy Steers, 9-10 months, weaned, vaccinated,
40 Angus mix sex weaners, Fernleigh blood, annual draft
30 Angus steers, weaned
30 Angus mix sex weaners
15 Angus steer weaners, te mania & Yancowinna blood
15 Murray grey heifers, 11 months
10 Angus steers, 10 months, weaned
0427 507 369
0429 050 349
VLE - LEONGATHA
THURSDAY, JAN 18, 2018
Starting at 10am
1000 CATTLE 1000
SOUTH GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATED AGENTS
THERE were approximately 570 export
and 200 young cattle penned represent-
ing a decrease of 1000 head from the last
sale of 2017.
The usual buying group was present but not
all operating fully in a sale which struggled to
find any traction.
Quality was fair with the grown cattle consist-
ing of mostly Friesian and crossbred manufactur-
ing steers while the young run held a small pro-
portion of trade suitable lots.
The limited selection of trade cattle sold firm
while the secondary lots sold to little competition
from processors with restockers picking up the
The handful of grown steers and bullocks
sold to solid demand while a better supply of
dairy and crossbred manufacturing steers lifted
8c to 14c/kg.
Cows sold to softer demand with prices back
6c to 10c/kg for most. Heavy weight bulls were
off 3c for the better shaped lots and 9c/kg for the
Vealers suited to butchers sold from 280c to
303c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made be-
tween 250c and 282c/kg.
Grown steers and bullocks sold between 265c
and 271c/kg. Heavy weight dairy manufacturing
steers made from 236c to 258c with the crossbred
portion from 247c to 267c/kg.
Most light and medium weight cows sold
from 170c to 216c/kg. Heavy weight cows made
mostly between 206c and 235c/kg.
The better shaped heavy weight bulls sold be-
tween 235c and 275c with the dairy lots between
212c and 248c/kg..
The next sale draw - January 10:
1. Phelan & Henderson & Co, 2. SEJ, 3.
Rodwells, 4. Elders, 5. Alex Scott & Staff,
Sheep Sale Wednesday, January 10 at
Prime Sale - Wednesday,
7 G. Jones, Fish Creek
625.0kg 270.6 $1691.25
1 S. Bartlett, Dalyston
680.0kg 270.0 $1836.00
13 N.B . & L.J. Smith, Pound Creek 675.4kg 269.2 $1818.14
7 W.N . Haw, Leongatha
722.1kg 266.6 $1925.23
2 M.I. Sharp & Sons, Foster
570.0kg 265.0 $1510.50
4 T. Dibianco, Buffalo
625.0kg 265.0 $1656.25
5 M. White, Mirboo North
415.0kg 300.0 $1245.00
1 G. & T. Mildenhall, Kirrak
385.0kg 297.6 $1145.76
3 G. & R. Jarvie, Hazelwood
468.3kg 292.0 $1367.53
5 W.J . Rees, Kongwak
404.0kg 287.2 $1160.29
3 M. & D. Harms, Korumburra
368.3kg 285.6 $1051.96
2 P. & B. Boag, Fish Creek
357.5kg 280.6 $1003.15
7 M. White, Mirboo North
326.4kg 302.6 $987.77
1 G. & T. Mildenhall, Kirrak
360.0kg 292.6 $1053.36
3 K. & M. Fisher, Tarwin South 360.0kg 290.0 $1044.00
1 B.S . Cantwell Lstk, Toora
450.0kg 288.6 $1298.70
3 M. & D. Harms, Korumburra
290.0kg 285.6 $828.24
4 G. & R. Jarvie, Hazelwood
391.3kg 284.0 $1111.15
1 B. & C. Beatson, Toora
875.0kg 235.0 $2056.25
1 K. & K. Underwood, Alberton 585.0kg 232.0 $1357.20
1 G. Jones, Fish Creek
675.0kg 230.6 $1556.66
1 K. & F. Whelan, Outtrim
835.0kg 230.0 $1920.50
1 S. Fairbrother, Boolarra
620.0kg 230.0 $1426.00
1 P., J. & V. Johnston, Mirboo Nth 580.0kg 230.0 $1334.0
1 G.E. Goding Kindergem P/L,
910.0kg 274.6 $2498.86
1 T.R. & I.R . Harrison, Milford 860.0kg 270.0 $2322.00
1 Kaedem Dairies, Foster
960.0kg 265.0 $2544.00
1 D.G . & C.M. Roberts, Foster
750.0kg 250.0 $1875.00
1 W.R . & T.M. Standfield, Buffalo 795.0kg 248.0 $1971.60
1 P. Hall, Jeetho West
910.0kg 244.0 $2220.40
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Smaller yarding sees prices drop
Thursday, January 4
Steers: Blackwood Grazing, Trafalgar, 20 x $1310;
J. Rich & Partners, Walkerville, 10 x $1255; G.J. Rob-
inson and L.A . Hasthorpe, Yallourn North, 9 x $1200;
G.E. & S.D . Owen, Budgeree, 19 x $1190; H. & L. Ed-
den, Lang Lang, 1 x $1160; G. Jones, Fish Creek, 1 x
Heifers: G.J. Robinson and L.a . Hasthorpe, Yal-
lourn North, 6 x $1060; M. Thomas, Meeniyan, 10 x
$1010; M. Babos and S. Cross, Leongatha, 2 x $1000;
P.G . & D. Allitt, Cape Paterson, 10 x $890; N.B . & L.J .
Smith, Pound Creek, 8 x $870; M. Downing, Foster, 10
Cows: R. Carr and L. Bennett, Blackwarry, 3 x
Cow and calf: Treevalley Holdings Pty Ltd, Koon-
warra, 1 x $2340.
VLE store sale
YARRAM reached a high of 40 degrees
at around 2pm on Saturday, before drop-
ping back to 27 degrees around 6pm, as
the change came through.
The change brought with it strong wind gusts of
around 80 kilometres per hour.
The Yarram SES unit received two callouts on
Saturday afternoon to remove fallen trees from across
the South Gippsland Highway, east of Woodside.
To escape the heat, the Yarram pool was well pa-
tronised throughout the day.
Lifeguard on duty Emma Gash said at one stage
during the afternoon, around 70 people were in the
pool cooling off.
“Over the course of the day we had an average of
30 to 40 people enjoying the pool,” she said.
Ms Gash said they had an extra life guard sent
down from Sale for the day, to cope with the huge
numbers enjoying a swim.
The pool wasn’t the only place people headed to
cool down, with Woodside Beach packed with chil-
dren and adults for much of the day.
Nippers filled the beach in the morning as they
completed their week long program and all stayed
on after the session finished to enjoy the sea breeze
and cool water.
Around 390 households across Gippsland were
left without power on Saturday evening, after a day
of extreme heat.
Yarram customers were some of those affected
by the power outage, which lasted just over an hour
and a half.
An Ausnet Services spokesperson said the power
went out at 6.55pm and was restored by 8.40pm, to all
but 15 customers, who were affected by a further fault.
The spokesperson said the cause of the outage
was unknown, but when asked by The Standard if
the outage was a result of the closure of the Hazel-
wood power station, the answer was “no”.
Summer days heating up
Long service: long term Landcare members, Gavin Egan and David MacAulay realign
protective cable at the Albert River Reserve, Alberton.
YOUNG and young at heart members of
the Albert River Landcare group worked
together recently on the Albert River
Reserve at Alberton.
Quite a haul of rubbish was cleared out of the
riverside vegetation, the fencing cable was repaired,
grass was mown and over hanging vegetation
They found a large amount of plastic bags and
carry bags which when dumped can enter the river
and also food chain as fish ingest the plastics and
can die. The group is currently planning a wildlife
and plant information board at the reserve to help
visitors identify what they might find there and the
importance of leaving it undisturbed.
The group is also working on the Upper Albert
River at Hiawatha to encourage campers to look af-
ter the area so it can be used by others in the future.
The group welcomes new members anyone in-
terested can contact Landcare coordinator Sally Ann
Henderson on 0427 581 152.
Combinded effort: Albert River Landcare Group Helga Binder, Peter Hull,Ester Hinkley,
Christina Lithgow clean up at Albert River side reserve at Alberton.
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