NVLX Wodonga 30 May 2023: Prices drop 30-40c

Leann Dax, 30/05/2023

File picture of selling action at Wodonga.

Yarding 1143 Change +143

There was only a slight increase in numbers and the quality remains mixed with a large percentage of secondary cattle through the sale.

There were a few pens of grain fed yearling and a few milk vealers which attracted the most competition.

Nearly 450 cows were penned.

Not all the usual buyers attended. The market that dropped 30c to 40c/kg on most cattle.

The best of the vealers steers sold from 330c to 412c and heifers topped at 370c/kg.

Medium and heavy trade steers sold mostly from 272c to 380c and trade heifers 270c to 290c/kg.

Feeder steers were limited with the better end 278c to 315 and heifers 230c to 270c/kg.

There was only a limited supply of heavy bullocks and they slipped 20c selling from 258c to 282c while the lighter grown steers reached 306c/kg.

Heavy grown heifers sold from 270c to 290c/kg mostly for 2 and 4 tooths.

Heavy 3 and 4 score cows ranged from 196c to 228c and the leaner 2 score medium weights 158c to 195c/kg

Market reporter: Leann Dax

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


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