Charles Stewart & Co sold 3 Angus bullocks on behalf of LJ & HG Delaney which weighed in at 753kg and returning $2651.73 per head!


Agents offered a mainly good to very good quality yarding of 949 cattle, 142 less than last week to a regular field of buyers though not all operated or operated fully. Prices for young cattle averaged unchanged to easier while grown heifers and leaner conditioned cows remained firm. The grown steers sold from 10c to 15c/kg lower despite their price range being the same as last week. Beef cows were 10c to 12c/kg cheaper and bulls were close to unchanged.

Milk vealers mainly sold from 390c to 432c with restockers making it to 415c/kg. Yearling steers made from 388c to 425c with the heifers selling from 340c to 415c/kg. Restockers paid from 347c to 388c and up to 415c/kg for their steers. Grown steers were well covered and made from 340c to 382c with the heifer portion selling from 326c to 361c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold from 310c to 338c with crossbreds making from 320c to 347c/kg.

Beef cows sold from 288c to 330c, the dairy and crossbreds were selling from 260c to 300c/kg. Lean conditioned cows made from 220c to 270c and restockers paid to 300c/kg. Beef bulls sold from 250c to 286c/kg.

Market Report:​ R​ eproduced courtesy of Meat & Livestock Australia Limited. Click ​here​ for full report.