Numbers were down for a total yarding of 10,294 mixed quality sheep at Katanning.
All prime lines were keenly sought, remaining equal, while plain sheep fell $10 to $29/head.
The yarding was again dominated by ewes selling to a top of $130/ head for score 3 large-framed Merino ewes with a three-inch fleece.
A pen of heavier trade lambs topped the market at $145/head.
New season lightweight lambs sold for $60 to $85, trade weights made from $122 to $145 and feeder buyers paid $25 to $82/head for store lambs.
Lightweight old season lambs sold from $75 to $85/head.
Lambs suitable for airfreight made from $90 to $122/head. Tradeweight lambs sold for $120 to $140/ head. Feeder buyers and restockers paid from $20 to $69/head for store lines.
Young black tag ewes eased $20, making $15 for very light and plain ewes and up to $100/head for heavy weights with a one-inch fleece.
Mutton eased, with light ewes selling from $75 to $80/head, medium and trade ewes made from $75 up to $110/head for Merinos with a two-inch fleece.
Heavy mutton sold for $85 to $130/head with a three-inch fleece.
Store ewes also eased, selling for $20 for very light ewes and up to $104/head for those with a threeinch fleece.
Wethers to processors made $45 to $60/head for lightweights. Restocker and feeder buyers paid $20 to $99 for those carrying a one-inch fleece and live export wethers sold for $70 to $140/head.
Ram lambs sold to processors for $60 for lightweights and $80 to $110/head to live export.
Old slaughter rams sold from $10 to $46 for the younger heavy types to processors and $20 to $71/head to restockers.