Queensland cattle numbers totalled 4577 head last week with yearling and grown heifers and steers accounting for a majority of the offering. Station mated cows and calves sold to a 90 per cent clearance with the category averaging $3372/hd, back $178. A line of 65 Brahman/Brangus cows from Tambo aged 20 to 40 months with CAF returned $3610/hd and will travel to Winton. After some volatility through January, the average PTIC heifer price finished the month at $3087/hd. A listing of 56 PTIC Brahman heifers from Rolleston aged 20-30 months, weighing 443.9kg liveweight, sold $700 above their reserve, to return $2560/hd. Heifers weighing 200-280kg averaged 669c, back 104c. A line of 67 Santa Gertrudis heifers from Taroom aged six to 11 months weighing 206kg returned 883c or $1820/hd. Heifers weighing between 330-400kg averaged 619c, back 57c. A line of 61 Angus heifers from Talwood weighing 323.8kg returned 692c or $2240/hd. Steers weighing from 200-280kg averaged 743c, back 75c. A line of 70 Brahman/Droughtmaster steers from Condamine aged eight to 12 months weighing 255kg returned 773c liveweight. Steers weighing between 280-330kg averaged 673c, back 21c. A line of 30 Angus/Charolais steers from Tara aged 12 to 14 months weighing 288kg liveweight returned 686c. Queensland sheep numbers increased by 6000 head last week to total 14,402 head. Crossbred lambs averaged $160/hd, with prices holding firm. White Suffolk/Merino mixed sex crossbred lambs from Texas weighing 40kg liveweight returned $164/hd. Merino wether lambs sold to an 83pc clearance rate with the category averaging $141/hd, up $3. Aug/Sep '21 drop Merino wether lambs from Toobeah weighing 33.7kg returned $145/hd. Queensland shedding breed lamb listings accounted for a third of the total offering for the category last week. A line of 439 Australian White wether lambs from St George, which are Sep/Oct '21 drop and weigh 38kg liveweight, returned $184/hd.