MARKET REPORT – PRIME MARKET – 19 NOVEMBER, 2018

PHOTO: The MC Herd buyer picks out a few fine looking Red Angus steers in this pen at the Mortlake saleyards, sold by Charles Stewart & Co., and paid the top price of 286c/kg today (ave. weight 621.7kg). Total Yarding: 793 The number of buyers was back to the mostly regular field as cattle supply came

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ANOTHER BUMPER STORE SALE ON THE CARDS

It’s looking like being a full house again for this Thursday’s store sale at WVLX in Mortlake. According to recent bookings, cattle numbers are expected to be around the 3000 mark, making it another bumper sale. The store sale will start at 10am on Thursday 12 April and all members of the community are invited

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MARKET REPORT – 1 FEBRUARY, 2018

Karina & Gary Barbour sold Angus steers for $2.92/kg.   Total Yarding: 3,787 There was an outstanding quality yarding of local producers’ cattle at the first WVLX store sale, as well as several exceptional lines of cattle that have been in the Western District on agistment from Gippsland, with a live exporter operating and strong

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LARGE DRAW FOR FIRST WVLX SALE

The official numbers are in and the WVLX first prime market will sell close to 2,500 cattle at its new saleyards on Monday. WVLX Manager Tim Nowell said the numbers have far exceeded their expectations. “We were expecting over 1,000 head of cattle, but 2,472 is just amazing” Mr Nowell said. “We are so grateful

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SELX PTY LTD STATEMENT

SELX Pty Ltd owns livestock selling centres at Yass (SELX) and Mortlake (WVLX). The Directors of SELX Pty Ltd have become aware through the media that Rohan Arnold a Director of SELX Pty Ltd has been arrested by Serbian authorities in Belgrade. The operation and management of SELX and WVLX are not affected by this

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WVLX MOMENTUM BUILDING

The countdown is on, with less than two weeks until the new $15million WVLX saleyards in Mortlake will be put to the test for its first prime market on Monday 22 January. WVLX Manager Tim Nowell said he was both nervous, yet excited and confident that the first sale would be a success. “It’s been

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