Prices skyrocketed for goats in the small yarding of some 300 head at Tuesday’s Dubbo goat sale, rebounding in value by as much as $140 to $150 across the board.

Boer wethers could have been $150 dearer and topped at $350, while Boer nannies sold $140 to $150 better making up to $340.
At the last sale, back in February, Boer does topped at $215, averaging $110, while kids sold from $20 to $72, averaging $50.

Among the top Boer does was a pen of 43 six-year-olds from Chris Paterson and family, Magpie Hill, Mudgee, which sold at $340 each.

Jenny Jones, Mullally, sold 53 yearling Boer wethers for $350 a head. Adam Selby, Ilford, sold 16 Bush bucks one-and-a-half years for $215 each while his female portion sold at $170 a head.

The Smart family, Trangie, sold four restocker Bush/Boer bucks for $310/head. Cumnock breeders, the Turner family gained $340 a head for 12 Boer wethers eight to nine months.

Lachlan Mann, PT Lord Dakin and Associates, Dubbo with buyer Doug Tanovic, Kemps Creek, who purchased this pen of Boer wethers for $350/hd.

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