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Total Store Sale Yarding - 2097 Numbers were back for this month’s store sale and the reduction came with less cow and calf units. Weaners were well supplied and there were a few more yearlings offered. Quality was fair to good with some cattle showing the effects of the summer condition. The market held very close to firm with a mostly local buying group. Light weaner steers sold from $335 to $635/head. Medium weights sold to $920 and heavy weaners reached $1000/head. Most averaged 270c to 330c/kg. Light weaner heifers sold to $730/head for light Charolais. Medium weight heifers made from $450 to $640 and heavy weights topped at $785/head. Most averaged 210c to 230c/kg. Steers sold to $1020 and heifers to $830/head. PTIC Angus cows reached $1300/head. Cows and calves sold to $1600/unit with most of the better conditioned cows making from $1200 to $1400/head. Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service


We have an exciting opportunity available at #NVLX - this full time role will give you the opportunity to join an energetic team in a fast paced environment. To see full details of the Administration Officer role, click here >>


#CTLX Store Cattle Sale kicking off at 10 am tomorrow, Friday 18th January. This sale will be offered ONLINE >> Talk to your local agent for further information.


💥 18th January Sale Numbers💥 Please contact your local agent for more details! 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 Livestream>>>


The 2019 Beef Bred Female Sale has just kicked off at #NVLX with 1,100 head on offer. You can catch all the live action here > Talk to your local agent for further information - BUR - Rural Property & Livestock, Corcoran Parker, Elders Albury, Landmark Albury / Paull & Scollard - Stock & Station Agents, Peter Ruaro Livestock & Property/Rodwells Wodonga, Schubert Boers


The 2019 February All Breeds Bull & Female Sale will take place on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th from 9 am at #CQLX. This sale will be offered ONLINE and you can register to BID ONLINE here > Talk to you local Elders Central QLD or Landmark Rockhampton agent for further information.


Total yarding - 9930 Lamb numbers declined and quality was varied with the shorn lambs showing good condition, while the new seasons tended to lack finish throughout. There were mainly trade weights penned, while heavy lambs were limited in number and stores were well supplied. All the buyers were operating and competition was slightly weaker resulting in an easing trend. Light lambs to the processors averaged $117, while stores averaged from $98 to $136/head. Medium and heavy trade weight lambs were $2 to $5 cheaper and averaged from 640c to 660c/kg cwt, most heavy trade weights sold from $144 to $156/head. Heavy weight lambs were $5 to $6/head cheaper and averaged from 635c to 660c/kg cwt. A few pens of heavy and extra heavy weight lambs sold from $165 to $180/head. Mutton numbers increased and quality was generally mixed with some larger lines of sheep offered and most grades fell $5 to $10/head. Medium first cross ewes sold from $70 to $94/head or 380c/kg cwt. Heavy first cross ewes sold from $107 to $144 averaging 410c/kg cwt, while heavy Merino wethers sold from $120 to $140/head or 400c to 430c/kg cwt. Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service


Top Quotes from the last two days of sales at #NVLX #NVLX Corcoran Parker Peter Ruaro Livestock & Property/Rodwells WodongaPaull & Scollard - Stock & Station Agents Landmark Albury Elders Albury BUR - Rural Property & Livestock Schubert Boers