Heavy weight lambs $4 dearer

Yarding: 8,281 Despite around over 20mm of overnight rain numbers lifted by 800. It was a fair to good quality yarding with a good selection of both trade and heavy weight lambs throughout. Most of the regular buyers were in attendance and operating.Light weight lambs to the processors were firm with the 12kg to 18kg […]

New DRLM visitor requirements

LATEST UPDATE FROM DUBBO REGIONAL COUNCIL All visitors to the DRLM will be required to complete a declaration and be signed into the facility by a member of staff. If possible, please have the declaration completed prior to entry. This will save time on sale days. Please ensure you have completed the DRLM site induction […]

Numbers back after rain

PRIME CATTLE REPORT 26/03/20 Yarding: 1419 With up to 40mm of rain overnight and yesterday afternoon numbers were back on the expected draw. It was a mixed yarding with good numbers of very well finished yearlings once again sourced from a southern feedlot along with fair number to suit the feeders. Cows and grown steers […]

Changes to prime cattle penning

The Dubbo Stock and Station Agents are doing their part to respect current social distancing recommendations. Tomorrow’s prime cattle sale will have cattle penned in every second yard, as per below map, to enable buyers to maintain the recommended distance of 1.5m space.   We would also like to remind visitors that if it is […]

Reduced numbers at sheep and lamb sale

Yarding: 6,658 It was a good quality yarding with a good selection of both trade and heavy weight lambs throughout. There were very few lambs to suit the restockers and just a couple of pens of trade weight Merinos. Not all the regular buyers were operating due to insufficient numbers. Light weight lambs to the […]

Latest: DRLM advise only essential visitors to attend sales

IMPORTANT Following on from the latest health advice and government directions, we are urging all visitors to the Dubbo Regional Livestock Markets to comply with the following directions. It is important that only persons considered essential to the running of livestock sales attend the facility. This includes saleyard staff, registered buyers, livestock carriers and agents. […]

Restocker cattle to 550c/kg

Yarding: 1808 It was a very good quality yarding with good numbers of prime yearlings some sourced from a southern feedlot. There were also good numbers of well finished grown steers and heifers along with fair numbers of cows. Not all the regular buyers were operating in an erratic market. Young cattle to the trade […]

Important Notice: COVID-19

As facility owner of Dubbo Regional Livestock Markets (DRLM), Dubbo Regional Council wants to ensure the safety of our visitors, employees and community, as we work through the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crises. At this stage DRLM will continue to trade, however as a precaution we ask that only those conducting direct business at DRLM […]

Cows to 330c/kg

PRIME CATTLE REPORT 12/03/20 Yarding: 1386 It was a good quality yarding with good numbers of prime heifer yearlings sourced from a southern feedlot along with a fair selection of yearling steers. There were also a few lots of well finished grown steers and heifers along with reasonable numbers of cows. Not all the regular […]

Merino wethers to $234/hd

Yarding: 8926 Despite last week’s excellent rains numbers lifted by 850. It was an excellent quality yarding with good numbers of well finished heavy weight lambs along with odd pens of neat trade weights. There were limited numbers of lighter lambs to suit the restockers. All the usual buyers were in attendance and operating. Light […]

Young cattle up to 30c dearer

PRIME CATTLE REPORT 05/03/2020 It was a beautiful wet morning in Dubbo where numbers were down by 750. It was a good quality yarding with a large consignment of prime young cattle suitable for the processors and feeders sourced from a local feedlot. There was a good selection of grown heifers no grown steers and […]

Crossbred ewes to $255

Yarding: 9600 With the forecast for more useful rain, numbers were still down. It was a good quality yarding with a good selection of both trade and heavyweights throughout. There were also some good runs of well finished Merino lambs. A full field of buyers competed strongly. Light weight lambs to the processors were $12 […]

Hoggets to $230/hd

PRIME SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 17/02/2020 Yarding: 15,640 Numbers lifted considerably compared to the previous weeks wet weather sale. It was a good quality yarding with good numbers of heavy trade lambs along with some very good heavy weights. There were also a few consignments of very light lambs with people taking advantage of the […]

New truck wash for DRLM

Contractors from David Payne Construction have started on the construction of a new truck wash, and upgrades to the existing facility at the Dubbo Regional Livestock Markets (DRLM). Dubbo Regional Livestock Markets is one of the largest sale yards in the country, with more than 1.3 million sheep, 200,000 cattle, and 9,000 goats being sold […]

Bobby calves near $6/kg

PRIME CATTLE REPORT 13/02/20 Yarding: 1508 Another week of stormy weather kept numbers back with a relatively small yarding. It was a pretty good quality yarding with a good selection of young cattle to suit the feeders and processors along with some well finished grown steers grain assisted. There was also a good selection of […]

Lambs to $274, ewes to $242

PRIME SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 10/02/2020 Yarding: 5801 With up to 100mm of fantastic rain, numbers were back by 10,600. It was a good quality yarding with some top pens of very well finished heavy weight lambs off grain though there were only limited numbers of trade weights. There were also the expected light weights […]

452.2c/kg top for bobby calves

PRIME CATTLE REPORT 06/02/20 Yarding: 1873 Substantial falls of rain across the Dubbo district and surrounding areas has pushed prices at today’s Dubbo cattle market up to 452.2c/kg. While wet weather on Wednesday caused numbers to fall by 650 on the expected draw, prices increased by as much as 100c/kg for weaner cattle, compared to […]