A Strong buying crowd at today’s Prime Market with these 7 Grown Speckle Park Heifers from Mosaic Farms fetching 330c/kg, averaging $1584 per head. (Sold by Stewart Nash McVilly) Total Yarding: 1’064 Agents yarded 1,064 cattle at Mortlake where the quality of the beef bred cattle offered was excellent in all sections especially in the bullock and
Total Yarding: 802 Agents yarded 802 cattle at Mortlake with quality ranging from average to very good. The offering of trade cattle this week however was more mixed. The quality of bullocks was very good and there was an excellent run of beef cows offered. All the major processors and buyers were in attendance and
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There were more than 1250 cattle yarded here today at WVLX Mortlake with the Female Feature sale in full swing, There was reasonable line up of steers, heifers, weaners, cows and calves presented across the board. Yearling steers were 10-15c dearer today then recent sale topping at 308c/kg and 300c/kg consistently overall. Yearling heifers topped
Tim Haworth with daughter Kristy and wife Gaye sold over 90 cattle today, with this pen of Angus Steers one of two that sold for 332c/kg (283.8kg) $942.27ph (sold by Elders Kerr & Co).
Top: These weighed weaner angus steers topped the market today at the store sale making 329c/kg. $1081ph, Sold by Charles Stewart Nash McVilly. There were more than 1000 head of cattle yarded at WVLX Mortlake today. There were a reasonable line up of steers, heifers, weaners, calves and cows presented across the board. Grown steers