Market Report – 25 June 2020

Total Yarding: 421

There was a decrease in numbers and the quality was mixed in the smaller yarding. Weaners were limited and there were only a few ideally weighted feeders. Heavy trade cattle were in reasonable numbers and there was only a handful of grown steers. Grown heifers and cows nearly represented half of the yarding and there were a lot carrying weight and condition. Two extra orders were operating on the heavy grown heifers and cows. The market showed mixed trends throughout the sale.

Light weaner steers sold to 480c and light heifers to 438c/kg. Feeder steers were 14c cheaper selling from 390c to 400c and restockers paid to 416c/kg. Feeder heifers sold from 370c to 414c and showed a stronger trend and restockers paid to 429c/kg. Medium weight trade cattle lifted 4c to 8c/kg and heavy weights were firm.

Two tooth steers to process were 8c dearer selling from 392c to 400c and heavy bullocks reached 345c/kg. The better finished grown heifers were 20c to 25c stronger and sold from 290c to 345c and cows lifted 35c to 40c/kg for the better covers lines. Medium weight 3 score cows made from 278c to 315c and the heavy 3 and 4 score cows made from 275c to 330c/kg. Plain restocking cows sold from 270c to 303c/kg.

Market Report: MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service.

Photo: AgStock sold 7 Speckle Park Heifers from the Jugiong area for 429.2c/kg, av 356.4kg, $1529.79ph.

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