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Roma store sale 14 Sep 2021: Western Qld cattle boost yarding

Competition remained strong for quality cattle with steers and cows mostly improving, while heifers eased in places…Read More

Beef Central, 15/09/2021

Online numbers ease 12pc, while competition remains fierce

Overall supplies contracted this week through AuctionsPlus commercial cattle sales, with the 16,920 head offering down 12 percent on the previous week. Unsurprisingly, the competition for the reduced numbers was fierce, especially though the heavier young heifer lines and mid-weight steers, as price movements through the proven breeding lines was again subject to bloodlines and vendors expectations…Read More

Beef Central, 12/09/2021

Dalby sale 8 Sep 2021: Market firm for 4783 head

Isolated falls of rain in western areas over the weekend restricted the flow of stock into early week markets, however by mid week little to no rain across eastern districts increased the number of cattle into the market…Read More

Beef Central, 09/09/2021

Roma store sale 7 Sep 2021: Smaller yarding to kick off Spring

Buyers continue to compete strongly for quality cattle, which saw an increase in top end prices for steers, however average prices eased across the steers and heifers due to quality variations…Read More

Beef Central, 08/09/2021

COVID cases force Dubbo saleyard closure to be extended

DUBBO’s cattle and sheep saleyards has been forced to close for two weeks after another two people who worked at the centre in the past week tested positive for COVID…Read More

Beef Central, 06/09/2021

Lighter steer and heifer categories stronger in online sales

It was another large offering of cattle through AuctionsPlus commercial cattle sales this week, with the 19,255 head offered, up 16pc on the previous week and 36pc higher than the corresponding sale last year. There was a spring in the step of most of the young cattle lines this week, with high clearance rates and prices rising for seven of the ten categories…Read More

Beef Central, 05/09/2021

Grass fever drives Wodonga store cattle result

Wodonga store steer prices recorded another solid rise on Thursday when local small-area restockers stepped up to fill paddocks bursting with spring growth…Read More

Murray Arnel, 03/09/2021

Chris Howie’s market wrap: Southern season update | Cows in short supply | ‘Flash sales’ make a comeback

Online bidding interfaces have reintroduced the opportunity for local communities to hold “flash sales” in smaller sale yard locations decommissioned over a decade ago as larger regional centres captured more business. ..Read More

Chris Howie , 02/09/2021

Positive COVID-19 case at Dubbo saleyards | Vic reduces NSW border bubble

A person working at the Dubbo Regional Livestock Markets last Thursday, August 26, has tested positive for COVID-19, resulting in the postponement of today’s scheduled prime cattle sale to Saturday…Read More

Beef Central, 02/09/2021

Dalby sale 1 Sep 2021: Market firm for 3893 head

The large buying panel of the previous week returned and included southern representatives. The regular panel of feed and trade buyers were also in attendance along with a large line up of restockers…Read More

Beef Central, 02/09/2021

Roma store sale 31 Aug 2021: North west influx lifts yarding

Buyers continue to compete strongly for quality cattle, which saw an increase in top end prices for steers, however average prices eased across the steers and heifers due to quality variations…Read More

Beef Central, 01/09/2021

Lighter steers stronger in smaller online offering

Online offerings dropped five percent to 16,561 head on AuctionsPlus this week, with prices increased for lighter steers, but softer for most young heifer categories, in c/kg terms. Clearance rates through the lighter steer and heifer categories remained high…Read More

Beef Central, 28/08/2021

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