NVLX Wodonga 14 March 2023: Buyers selective across all grades

Leann Dax, 14/03/2023

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File picture of selling action at Wodononga.

At NVLX Wodonga numbers declined.

It was another mixed offering with trade cattle this week in reasonable supply.

Buyers were selective across all grades and only bidded to quality. Most of the usual buyers made it to the market. Vealers were limited and quality slipped . Prices were quality driven with some of the light weight stock severely discounted.

The majority of the vealers made from 300c to 420c/kg. Trade steers and heifers numbers increased with some excellent grain assisted stock. Despite the lift in quality prices slipped back 10c to 60c/kg. Feeder steers dipped 12c making from 300c to 340c/kg. In the export market competition was subdued with buyers not willing to entre bidding duels. Heavy steers sold 18c cheaper to average 327c/kg.

The better bullocks failed to attract on buyers resulting in a cheaper trend of 18c/kg. Bullocks sold from 310c to 330c/kg. Cows suffered a price correction of 15c to 20c/kg. Heavy cows sold at 253c to 282c/kg. Leann Dax Market Reporter.

Market reporter: Leann Dax

Source: NLRS. To view full NVLX Wodonga market report and prices click here


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