NVLX Wodonga 24 Jan 2023: Numbers, quality declines

Leann Dax, 24/01/2023

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File picture of selling action at Wodononga.

Numbers declined and so did quality, with buyers having to pick through a very plain offering.

Not all the usual export or domestic buyers made it to the market.

The reduced supply of vealers sold to weak demand.

The pick of the vealers made from 360 to 458c/kg.

Yearling trade steers were few and buying competition was sporadic. The bulk selling at 325c to 390c/kg.

The heifer portion sold to some competition making from 324c to 400c/kg.

Secondary medium weight feeder steers suitable to feed, attracted a small group of buyers, making from 390c to 412c/kg. In the export sale not, all processors operated.

Heavy steers sold 13c cheaper to average 342c/kg. Heavy bullocks eased a few cents making from 334c to 378c/kg.

The cow market experienced another price correction of 13c to 19c/kg. The better finished heavy types of cows selling at 275c to 305c/kg.

Heavy bulls sold at 296c to 317c/kg.

Market reporter: Leann Dax

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


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