Prime Lamb & Sheep Total Yarding: 13,699 Lamb numbers lifted and the quality was a little better. There still was a good mix of weights and condition through the yarding with light and trade lambs making up the majority of the offering. Heavy lambs were limited. All the usual buyers were operating in a firm
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Monthly Store Cattle Total Yarding: 354 There was only a small offering, 369 in total. The quality of most of the stock was plain with only the odd exception. There were runs of PTIC cows and calf unit in 1 and 2 score condition and a few PTIC cows. Yearlings and weaners were limited and
Prime Cattle Total Yarding: 630 Numbers eased by 180 for a yarding of 633 fair to good quality cattle. Heavy prime cattle suitable for processors were well supplied along with limited numbers of young cattle. All the regular buyers were present. Young cattle to the trade were slightly cheaper, vealer steers and heifers selling from
Prime Lamb & Sheep Total Yarding: 7,321 Lamb numbers fell and the quality was plain to fair. Heavy lambs were limited with most secondary trades or light lambs. Restockers and light lamb processors were keen to get numbers and pushed prices higher for these lambs. The few heavy lambs were cheaper with numbers and quality
Prime Cattle Total Yarding: 815 Numbers increased by just over 100, for a total yarding of 819 fair to good quality cattle. There were some pens of high yielding, well finished heavy growth cattle to process, along with a few good runs of feeders. There was a limited supply of trade cattle and 95 cows.