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Blistering EYCI threatens to push through 1150c

THE impact of widespread rain is the latest contributor to the rampant rise in the Eastern Young Cattle Indictor, which now threatens to push through an unheralded 1150c/kg in coming days. Yesterday’s indicator reached a new record high of 1147.28c – again, driven hard by large yardings of high-priced eligible yearling and vealer cattle at Queensland’s Dalby (Wednesday) and Roma (Tuesday) store sales…Read More

Jon Condon, 09/12/2021

Dalby sale 8 Dec 2021: Demand deep as rain pours

A good panel of buyers were in attendance, with the market being dearer in most categories except for cows which were down by 15 to 20c..Read More

Guest Author, 09/12/2021

Roma sale 7 Dec 2021: More records fall in penultimate sale of year

The market continued to strengthen further with new records set off the back of a much-improved season…Read More

Guest Author, 08/12/2021

Lighter cattle easier, while heavier weights mostly lift in 14,000 head AuctionsPlus offering

THE national cattle market looks determined to run flat-out into the final weeks of 2021, with another good week of clearance results for vendors online. There was about 14,000 commercial cattle offered this week, down from around 15,000 the week before. Lighter steer and heifer categories moved downward, in places sharply, while medium and heifer weights mostly lifted…Read More

Beef Central, 05/12/2021

Steer and heifer records smashed during bumper CQLX sale

Records were broken at the Central Queensland Livestock Exchange Prime and Store Sale at Gracemere this week, where the steer price exceeded the 800c/kg milestone and heifers flew past 700c for the first time in history…Read More

Beef Central, 03/12/2021

Chris Howie: Grass fever soars in a land of flooding rains

“We live in Australia, the biggest feedlot in the world when we add water – but there are no guarantees”..Read More

Chris Howie , 02/12/2021

Amazing Euroa weaner steer sale sets blistering pace at season opener + PICS/VIDEO

As comparisons between this year’s result and last year’s results clearly indicate, the opening to Victoria’s beef weaner selling season has set a blistering pace…Read More

Murray Arnel, 02/12/2021

Dalby sale 2 Dec: Stronger market as rain cuts yarding

Export buyer attendance was good, however one major exporter processor was not very active in the cow portion…Read More

Beef Central, 02/12/2021

Roma sale 30 Nov 2021: Market strengthens with widespread rain

The market continued to strengthen further off the back of widespread rainfall and reduced numbers offered with price fluctuations reflective of quality variations…Read More

Guest Author, 01/12/2021

Tipperary NT steers make 644c/kg at Roma after 3000km journey

With saleyards across the eastern seaboard fetching record prices in recent months, 504 Brahman steers have been trucked about 3000km from the Northern Territory to take advantage of the booming market…Read More

Eric Barker, 30/11/2021

Wagga sale 29 Nov 2021: Light weight steers lift 10-40c

Cattle prices stepped up over some classes pushed along by feedlots and restockers who have stormed weekly prime sales for numbers in the wake of record prices and limited supplies…Read More

Leann Dax, 30/11/2021

Blistering pace continues for young cattle online

Recent rain, combined with last week’s La Nina outlook has clearly bolstered confidence in the northern cattle market, adding to the already very tight supply of cattle on offer. Almost every beast out of Queensland offered across commercial cattle sales online this week found a home. ..Read More

Beef Central, 27/11/2021

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