36 Cows & Calves

Lot 100 · RICHMOND, North Queensland
EASTERN STATES CATTLE SALE
No. 759 · Fri, 07 May 2021, 11:00 AM (SYD)
WA 9:00 AM · NT 10:30 AM · QLD 11:00 AM · SA 10:30 AM

Overview

Form No.
A/c
Location
Breed
Age
Weight
Fat
Assessor Comments

Paul McCormick (Level 2 Accredited)

Vendor

A/c R C Flute - Chatfield Station, RICHMOND, QLD
Lot Id WP under wings , 5VF (script letters)
PIC Number(s) QHRD0079
Accreditation(s) LPA

Weights

Average Weight
At Assessment 04/05/2021
At Est Kill/Del Date 08/05/2021 (4 days)
Live
516.0 kgs
516.0 kgs based on 0% Del. Adj.
Dressed
258.0 kgs (Est. Av. Drs. 50%)
12 Hrs off feed
258.0 kgs
Live weight gain 0 grams/day
Weight Range
350 kgs to 656 kgs Liveweight
350 kgs to 656 kgs Liveweight at delivery
Assessment: Individual on 04/05/2021 Sampled: 36 Head (100%)
Weight Class Weight Range Fat Scores
1 2 3 L Totals
Dressed Live 0-2 3-6 7-9
18 160.1 -180.0 320-360 3% 0% 0% 3%
22 200.1 -220.0 400-440 0% 3% 3% 6%
24 220.1 -240.0 440-480 8% 8% 0% 16%
26 240.1 -260.0 480-520 14% 6% 8% 28%
28 260.1 -280.0 520-560 8% 14% 0% 22%
30 280.1 -300.0 560-600 8% 11% 3% 22%
34 320.1 -340.0 640-680 3% 0% 0% 3%
Totals 44% 42% 14% 100%
Comment on Fat
Score 1 Cattle
Chatfield have two mobs of Cows and Calves for sale today. This mob of cows are slighty lower condition compared to other mob. This line have come from the drier side of Chatfield which has not recieved very little wet season rain. Considering the season these cows still visually look fresh but are starting to show signs of carrying bigger calves. There are some lower weights in the cows. It was observed that these where the younger cows. (3 first calf cows are the lightest condition)

Assessed

Breeds
Sire Dam
36 Head Brahman Brahman
Ext. Breed These cows are a line of well bred functional Brahman females ideal for long term breeders with a strong depth of years of using leading industry sires lines
Horn Status 3 Horned 33 Dehorned
Age 4 - 11 Years
Age Breakup: 10 to 12 years - 10 Head, 6 to 9 years - 22 Head, 4 to 5 years - 6 Head.
Calves at Foot 36 calves sired by Brahman
Sex Composition: Female calves 23 Head, Male calves 13 Head
CAF Age Age in Months low 1 high 4
CAF Weight 36 calves handled. low 70 kgs Ave. 125 kgs High 202 kgs
Frame
Very Large 5%
Large 55%
Medium 40%
Quality Grades
Excellent 15%
Very Good 75%
Good 10%
Temperament
Yards
Docile: 20 head
Quiet: 16 head
Crush
Docile: 18 head
Quiet: 18 head
Paddock
Temperament not assessed in Paddock
It is evident when entering the yards these cows have been treated with the utmost kindness. These cows & calves are high grade Brahman and work beautifully through their own yard. The cows on a whole filed up the race with no one pushing them. The 3 of us worked weigh box and scribed while the cows filed through the race. Did not observe any cow show bad temperment in the enviroment they are used too. It was a pleasure to observe these cows file through the race with no haste.
Handled With Aerial (Helicopters, gyro’s and planes) , Bikes , Dogs , On foot , Vehicles
Assessor Comments These Cows and Calves are only being sold due to very poor wet season rain over the last 3 years. It is clearly visable these Cows have been treated with the utmost kindness and there was no sign of any temperment in either of the two mobs put up for sale. Rob mustered these cows from the western half of Chatfield two weeks ago when staff where available on the weekend. Even though it has been a poor wet season, through the vendors sound husbandry these cows and calves are in extremely good order. The second mob being offered for sale today where mustered and mothered last weekend. These cows have been living in a holding paddock next to yards being fed Rhodes grass hay each day. From my observation the quality of these calves is a credit to the breeding of the Chatfield Brahmans. These calves have strong potential for future breeding stock. It is the plan for this group to be trucked with 18 Cows and 18 Calves to a deck.
Assessor Paul McCormick (Level 2 Accredited) Phone: 0419 031 777

History & Management

Burr/Seed in Coat
Cows & Calves have access to Prickly Acacia.
HGP Status
The owner declares that the cattle have not been treated with HGP at any period of their lives
J-BAS Score 6
Vendor Bred Yes
Stock History Brahman Cows & Calves have been bred with temperment, fertility, bone and yield as key selection critia. It is clearly visable top genetics have been used in the Chatfield Brahman Herd over many years.
Bloodlines Vendor uses PBF Brahmans, Raglan, Lancefield, HH Park, Wilangiand Yenda Brahmans. The evidence of good genetics is clearly seen in the progeny.
Grazing Conditions Short Mitchell/Flinders grass pasture. Have not had enough rain for a strong stand of feed to carry stock through until next wet season.
Returned to: Returned to a holding paddock near the house with daily Rhodes grass hay as well as access to Mitchell/Flinders grass pasture in the holding paddock.
Vendor Comments Chatfield Stn is in clean country. Cows & Calves are clean of ticks.
Joining Details Station Mated - Continuously Joined
Bull Breed(s):
Brahman
Preg Tested? No, this lot was not pregnancy tested.
Other Joining Details The Chatfield Brahmans leave the sires in all year. The cows with older calves can be consider chance mated.

Delivery

Delivery Period 08/05/2021 to 12/05/2021 (5 days)
Delivery Point "Chatfield Station" 25km West of Richmond towards Julia Creek on western highway.
NLIS Transfer Vendor/Agent willing to Scan and Transfer cattle AT BUYER REQUEST at cost of $0.00/head
Agent Contact Tom Emmery
Mobile 0448 249 344
Trucking Access Roadtrain access 5 Km - Dirt road into House Yards.
Delivery Comments Cows & Calves in small paddocks near house yards. 48 Hrs notice
Trading Terms Intending Buyers please note - Elders terms of trade are strictly cash before delivery - unless debt can be accepted by an nominated agent or an existing Elders account is in place.
Movement Restrict. None provided. [Please note: It is the responsibility of the Purchaser to satisfy all state compliances in regard to the movement of this lot.]
Sale Types $/Head
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Tom Emmery Delivery Agent
Paul Mccormick Assessor
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