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NVLX Wodonga 16 Jan 2017: Market hits a wall

Guest Author, 17 January 2018

The cattle market at NVLX Wodonga hit a brick wall as the pressure of weakening competition wiped significant money off some classes of cattle.

NVLX Wodonga 9 Jan 2017: Slaughter cattle prices rise on limited supply

Guest Author, 10 January 2018

The market opened up to mixed price trends with some processors yet to commence buying at physical markets.

The seasonal shortage of top quality domestic slaughter cattle gave the market some edge, with prices improving by up to 10c/kg.

NVLX Wodonga 19 Dec 2017: Prices lose traction

Guest Author, 20 December 2017

In the smaller yarding of just over 500, rates generally fell for yearling and heavy cattle 4-11c/kg as processor prepare for abattoir closures.

NVLX Wodonga 12 Nov 2017: Grainfed firm, buyers more selective on grassfed

Guest Author, 13 December 2017

The market continued to fluctuate as it struggles to find price traction this summer.

NVLX Wodonga 5 Dec 2017: Wet fails to deter annual turnoff

Guest Author, 06 December 2017

Prices fluctuated this week, as the market felt the pressure of the extreme weather event and a shortage of export cattle at some selling centres.

NVLX Wodonga 28 Nov 2017: Competition eases for feeder heifers

Guest Author, 29 November 2017

Cattle markets in the past week have been erratic and NVLX Wodonga experienced the same fluctuating price trends, depending on quality and competition

NVLX Wodonga 14 Nov 2017: Store market up on rain, trade demand more selective

Guest Author, 15 November 2017

Store cattle continued to attract premium rates on the back of rain and the prediction of more this week, but bidding for trade cattle became more selective as pressure mounts with increased supplies at southern markets.

NVLX Wodonga 7 Nov 2017: Vealer steers to 334c/kg

Guest Author, 08 November 2017

There were some exciting price gains recorded in the trade market as all domestic processors were keen to secure a market share. Price surges of another 7-12c were achieved.

NVLX Wodonga 24 Oct 2017: Trade prices lift

Guest Author, 24 October 2017

Trade prices lifted as buyers were more intent on competing for a market share on all the better finished lines. Young cattle suitable for the trade generally experienced a 2-6c rise, although there were times where plainer conditioned stock struggled to attract all buyers

NVLX Wodonga 17 Oct 2017: Trade prices lift

Guest Author, 18 October 2017

Trade prices lifted as more buyers were intent on competing for a market share on all the better finished lines. Young steers suitable for the trade generally experienced a 7c rise, although there were times where plainer conditioned stock struggled to attract solid competition.