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Market Report

 

Thursday 7th of October 2021

Market Day & Fat Sale

Numbers dipped slightly for a total yarding of just over 700 mixed quality head for last Thursdays Fat Sale & Market Day, with more light weight weaner calves of mixed quality penned. This had little effect on prices, with a strong market for all classes once again.

Just under 100 cows were presented, with lighter store cows selling to a top of 410.2c/kg, while heavy cows to processors topped at 358.2c/kg. The best heavy bull made 310.2c/kg.

Only a small penning of grown steers over 400kg saw the best, a milk tooth feeder steer makes 470.2c/kg, while the best grown heifer over 400kg made 460c/kg, with most sales 375 – 450c/kg

The Bulk of the yarding was once again weaner and vealer calves, with Angus & Angus cross steers over 200kg topping at 765c/kg, with most sales 700 – 750c/kg, while similar weight heifers sold to 755c/kg, with most 630-720c/kg. Lightweight calves under 200kg saw the best of the steers make 880.2c/kg, with most making 750-850c/kg, while the best heifers made 815.2c/kg and generally sold from 730-810c/kg.

A handful of cows and calves at open auction sold to $2960.

 

 

Market Report

Saturday, 9th of October - Store Sale

 

A fairly good quality line up of around 530 head met with very solid competition at Saturdays Store & Breeder sale, with commission buyers operating for Northern and Central West NSW and Victorian clients, while local producers also bid keenly on the expectation of good rain coming in the following week. This strong competition saw prices lift when compared to our last Store Sale.

A good quality line up of 110 mainly weaner steers saw a Charolais yearling make $1790.00, while Brett Pfeiffer’s Angus yearlings sold for $1760, and lightweight Angus Steers reached $1440.

Close to 160 cows and Calves followed, which Saw keen bidding from the first pen. The best units a pen of Brangus cows belonging to Leigh Thorpe topped this section at $3700.

Gus Munros Charbray cows and calves made $3400, Mark Borger’s Bazadaise outfits sold for $3370, while the overall average of $2780 for Cows & Calves was up $200.00 on last store sale.

A nice run of PTIC and joined cows and heifers also sold well, with Santa cross red tag heifers reaching $2780, while Angus red taggers made $2700, and a pen of red tag Brangus heifers sold for $2060. A nice Santa heifer, unjoined sold for $1950, while Hereford heifers ready to join sold for $1660 and angus weaner heifers sold for $1300

 


 

 

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