Another substantial yarding of 6600 plus cattle at Thursday’s regular prime cattle market.
Good numbers of finished cattle were presented, coming off crops or grain.
Cows continue to be well supplied, as well as store weaners.
Young cattle were mostly firm to dearer.
Prime yearlings sold from 300 to 334c/kg for steers and 285 to 318c/kg.
Heavy weight feeder steers were 4c/kg dearer however prices eased up to 5c/kg for light and medium weights.
Feeder heifers were from 2c to 5c/kg cheaper. The feeder steers sold from 248c to 335c, while the feeder heifers made from 238c to 322c/kg. Young cattle to the restockers were from 12c to 15c dearer, with the young steers selling from 230c to 320c, while the restocker heifers made from 156c to 270c/kg.
Grown steers were 5c cheaper, with the prime medium and heavy weights selling from 290c to 326c/kg. Grown heifers were 12c cheaper, with the better types making from 255c to 309c/kg.
Plainer conditioned cows were firm to 5c dearer, while the properly finished cows were 5c/kg cheaper.
Plain cows sold from 149c to 205c, while the better conditioned cows sold from 202c to 285c.
Bulls sold to 258c/kg.
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