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Peter Ruaro Livestock & Property/Rodwells Wodonga captured some great snaps at #NVLX this week. Take a look!

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Simon Kinbacher, Elders Central QLD, bringing you the market wrap from today’s sale at #CQLX. Thanks Simon!

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#CQLX Prime/Store Cattle Sale - 16 November, 8:30am. LIVESTREAM >> www.rlx.com.au Talk to your local agent for further information - Brian Dawson Auctions Livestock & Property Marketing, Elders Central QLD, Fanning Rural Agencies - Gracemere Horse & Store Sales, Landmark Rockhampton, Ray White Rural Gracemere, Savage Barker & Backhouse - Northern AgriServices, TopX Gracemere

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Total yarding - 9250 It was a good quality yarding, with good numbers of well finished trade lambs, along with a few heavy weights. There was also a good selection of lambs to suit the restockers and feeders. Light weight lambs to the processors were firm, with the 12-18kg 2 scores making from $62 to $122/head. Trade lambs were $10 dearer, with the trade weight new season lambs receiving from $122 to $190/head to average from 700c and 765c/kg cwt. Trade weight old lambs sold from $114 to $184/head. Heavy weight lambs were also dearer, with the over 22kg 4 score new season lambs making from $185 to $208/head. Trade weight Merino lambs sold from $116 to $130/head. Lambs to the feeders and restockers were close to firm, with the restockers paying from $73 to $137, while the feeders paid to $139/head. Hoggets sold to $140/head. It was a mostly good quality yarding of sheep, where most grades were $2 to $6/head dearer. 2 score ewes sold from $52 to $80, while the better 3 and 4 scores made from $86 to $141 for crossbreds and $120/head for Merinos. Merino wethers sold to $139/head. Carcase prices were from 400c to 450c/kg cwt. Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service

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Today's Cow & Bull Market at #NVLX saw a total yarding of 1419 Cattle consisting of 67 Bulls and 1352 Cows. Today's Market saw Bulls selling to a top price of 242 cents per Kilo and Cows selling to a top price of 260 cents per kilo. Tomorrow's Special Market with Livestock Agents BUR - Rural Property & Livestock, Paull & Scollard - Stock & Station Agents, Peter Ruaro Livestock & Property/Rodwells Wodonga, Rodwells & Ruralco Property - Wangaratta and Schubert Boers selling has seen numbers increase to an expected 4100 Cattle, Market comences at 10:30 am. Be sure to stop by at The Feedlot Canteen to grab Breakfast, Lunch, Morning & Afternoon Tea with lots of Variety Everyday to choose from. For all of the latest reports and to watch our Markets Live, follow this link to our website http://bit.ly/2v3h5yy

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Wednesday Cow and Bull Top Quotes Corcoran Parker Paull & Scollard - Stock & Station Agents Elders Albury Landmark Albury Peter Ruaro Livestock & Property/Rodwells Wodonga Rodwells & Ruralco Property - Wangaratta Schubert Boers BUR - Rural Property & Livestock

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Todays #NVLX Prime Cattle Sale saw a total yarding of 2437, consisting of 833 Heifers, 60 Vealer Heifers, 54 Vealer Steers and 1332 Steers. Steers reached a top of 305.2 cents per kilo and Heifers reached a top price of 310 cents per kilo. Vealer Heifers sold at 288 cents per kilo and Vealer Steers 310 cents per kilo. Schubert Boers Peter Ruaro Livestock & Property/Rodwells Wodonga BUR - Rural Property & Livestock Landmark Albury Elders Albury Paull & Scollard - Stock & Station Agents Corcoran Parker Rodwells & Ruralco Property - Wangaratta

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Total yarding - 2275 It was a fair quality yarding with large numbers of cows, along with reasonably good numbers of young cattle to suit the feeder buyers. There were also some good runs of well finished grown steers and heifers yarded, along with plenty of young calves once again. The few young cattle to the trade were cheaper, with prime yearlings making from 255c to 285c/kg. Feeder steers finished firm to 4c dearer, while the feeder heifers finished 3c/kg dearer. Feeder steers sold from 280c to 325c, while the feeder heifers made from 240c to 289c/kg. Young cattle to the restockers were 15c to 20c cheaper, with the young steers making from 191c to 260c, while the young heifers sold from 160c to 250c/kg. Grown steers were 3c to 5c cheaper, with the prime medium and heavy weights making from 280c to 297c/kg. Grown heifers were firm reaching 276c/kg. Plain conditioned cows were firm, while the better finished cows were 6c to 8c/kg cheaper. 2 score cows sold from 95c to 196c, while the better 3 and 4 scores made from 195c to 240c, with the prime heavy weights averaging 220c/kg. Bulls sold to 270c/kg. Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service