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CTLX Carcoar 16 Oct 2018: Cows up by 25c

David Monk, 17/10/2018

Yarding 910 Change -145

Good numbers of properly finished cows sold to very strong competition lifting by up to 25c in another small yarding.

Numbers were back by 145 for a yarding of 910. It was a pretty good quality yarding with a good selection of well finished cows along with some good trade cattle. There was also a pretty good selection of young steers and heifers to suit the feeders and there were only limited numbers of plain conditioned young cattle. Most of the regular processor and feeder buyers were in attendance and operating.

MLA advises the better selection of young cattle to the trade were 3c to 5c dearer with prime vealers selling from 270c to 313c/kg. The prime steer yearlings sold from 291c to 309c while the prime heifer yearlings sold from 258c to 265c/kg.

Feeder steers were firm while the feeder heifers were 6c to 10c dearer. The feeder steers sold from 270c to 307c with the good number of medium weights weighing between 330kg and 400kg averaging 299c/kg. The feeder heifers sold from 230c to 273c with the majority which weighed between 280kg and 330kg averaged 267c/kg.

Limited numbers of young cattle to suit the restockers were firm with the restocking steers selling from 210c to 270c while the few young heifers to the restockers sold from 183c to 238c/kg.

The few grown steers were firm selling to 288c while the grown heifers were 5c dearer with the better types selling from 248c to 261c/kg. Grown steers to the feeders sold to 285c while plain conditioned grown heifers sold to the restockers who paid from 150c to 198c/kg.

Cows met very solid competition from most of the regular buyers and sold at 25c/kg dearer rates. The 2 score cows to the processors sold from 140c to 195c to average 183c while the better 3 and 4 scores sold from 190c to 253c/kg for C muscle cows. The prime heavy weight cows averaged 243c/kg. A single pen of Angus cows in plane condition sold to the restockers for 150c/kg.

Bulls were firm with the better types selling from 218c to 268c/kg. Young bulls to the restockers sold from 122c to 222c/kg.

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