Stock Report | Large numbers of dry conditioned western cattle were yarded

Heavy Steers: Large numbers of dry conditioned western cattle were yarded. Trade young cattle were firm to five cents dearer, feeder steers rose five to 12 cents. Feeder heifers gained ten to 20 cents.
Heavy Steers: Large numbers of dry conditioned western cattle were yarded. Trade young cattle were firm to five cents dearer, feeder steers rose five to 12 cents. Feeder heifers gained ten to 20 cents.

At Dubbo last Thursday 5660 prime cattle penned in a mixed quality yarding with a fair selection of well finished heavy steers and only a limited selection of ideal trade cattle. Large numbers of dry conditioned western cattle were yarded. Trade young cattle were firm to five cents dearer, feeder steers rose five to 12 cents while feeder heifers gained ten to 20 cents. Restocker steers reached 359 cents per kg. Heavy steers were firm heavy heifers improved ten to 15 cents, cows were up by one to four cents.

Quotations Calves 285 to 433, steer vealers 292 to 359, heifer vealers 268 to 323, steer yearlings 268 to 324, heifer yearlings 245 to 298, heavy steers 228 to 301, bullocks 212 to 292, heavy heifers 207 to 270, light cows 148 to 177, medium cows 140 to 211, heavy cows 160 to 226, bulls 215 to 330.

Friday at CTLX Carcoar 6773 store cattle penned in a good quality yarding with the market dearer overall by $50 to $60. Weaner steers which consisted of half the yarding sold from $100 to $1150 with the lighter end selling at over 400 cents and the heavies ranging from 350 to 380 cents per kg.

Weaner heifers filled 35 per cent of the yarding ranged from $445 to $920 averaging 200 to 280 cents per kg, steer yearlings traded from $370 to $1202, heifer yearlings realised $720 to $1190. PTIC heifers were in limited numbers making $770 to $800, PTIC cows sold from $860 to $1500, cows and calves ranged from $950 to $1650 for a pen of angus.

At Dubbo on Monday18940 lambs penned in a mixed quality yarding with a good selection of heavy lambs along with a fair selection of trade weights.

The yarding also had a large selection of secondary lambs. Processor light lambs were firm to $3 cheaper, trade lambs were firm to $4 cheaper. Heavy weight lambs up to 27kg were $2 to $4 dearer, while the heavy lambs in excess of 27kg fell $2. Merino lambs lost $5 to $8. Restocker lambs gained $3 to $8 with the better types making from $65 to $122, feeder lambs topped at $123, hoggets reached $145.

Quotations Light lambs $44 to $116, medium lamb $100 to $131, heavy lamb $122 to $147, supermarket lamb $137 to $175, export lamb $160 to $206.

10350 mutton penned in a fair to good quality yarding. Light and medium sheep were firm while the heavy sheep gained $10 for merinos and up to $20 for the crossbreds.

Quotations Light ewes $35 to $86, medium ewes $74 to $142, heavy ewes $93 to $187, light wethers $64 to $74, medium wethers $89 to $131, heavy wethers $124 to $164, rams $65 to $110, ram lambs $85 to $115.

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