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AC Nash presented these 5 Charolais cows went under the hammer today and sold for 290c/kg, av $ per head. (Sold by Charles Stewart Nash Mcvilly) Total Yarding: 2’071 Agents yarded 2,071 cattle at Mortlake which exceeded last week’s large offering. The yarding overall was very mixed but in saying that, there were some
Update on COVID 19 effective as of Monday the 23rd of March. WVLX Operations and the WVLX Associated Agents Association support the various and changing National COVID-19 initiatives put in place by Government. WVLX is respectful of the new protocol’s in place for social distancing and all other factors involving COVID 19. We would
ABOVE: Patch Ag PTY LTD presented a beautiful pen of Cows & Calves at today’s Store sale, which topped at $2450 per head. ( Sold by HF Richardson) Yarding: 6’019 The WVLX March Store Sale broke records today! Agents yarded over 6’000 head of cattle and prices stayed very strong and consistent with recent weeks.
Heifer portion did exceptionally well at today’s Prime Sale, with this pen of 5 Euro X heifers topping the market at 385c/kg, av $1651.65 per head! Agents yarded 1,768 cattle at Mortlake, this being the largest offering of cattle since the first inaugural sale when the yards opened. The quality of grown cattle was mixed
Ken Mowat & son Chris presented 2 pens of well conditioned Angus cows at today’s Prime Market, Ralphs Meats paying 287c/kg, averaging $1997.04 per head! (Sold by Elders Kerr & Co) Total Yarding: 820 Prices continue to increase at Mortlake where agents yarded 820 cattle where the quality in a mixed yarding for the
Above: Two buyers competed fiercely against one another for Daniel O’shannessy’s 6 Ang X Ang steers (194.2kg), Landmark Warrnambool eventually coming out on top as they sold for 370c/kg, av $718.42 p/head! (Sold by Elders Kerr & Co) Total Yarding: 643 Agents yarded 643 cattle at Mortlake where the yarding was very mixed in
PHOTO: JE & GA Howley sold these 16 Ang X Ang steers at store sale today to Landmark international, topping the market at 438c/kg. (306.6kg) averaging $1344.11per head. (sold by Rodwells) Total Yarding: 3’261 WVLX’s February store sale brought a large turnout of buyers, vendors, agents and onlookers with plenty of weight in the yarding.
J.W & A.G Suares sold these 5 Limo X steers at the top price of 330c/kg and averaged $1448.70 p/hd. (Sold by HF Richardson) Total Yarding: 693 Prices continued to increase at Mortlake where agents yarded 693 cattle and the quality was very good. The usual processors attended and most operated fully with
Prices were dearer in a reduced sized yarding of 409 mixed quality cattle. The usual processors attended and most operated fully in a dearer market. Grown steers were 10c higher, manufacturing steers sold 5c/kg dearer. The grown heifers were up by 10c and young cattle sold to stronger competition, especially from restockers, to be 10c/kg