There were 323 head at Finley, of that, 88 were cows.
The quality of the yarding was very mixed, as lines of unfinished bullocks and yearling cattle were penned.
Most buyers attended, although competition was lack lustre and prices decreased across all grades, with several pen lots being no sales Restocker and feedlot demand was very limited.
The young cattle had a small number of excellent supplementary fed lots.
The best of the vealers sold to 308c, as the yearling B and C muscled steers made from 266c to 308c, while the leaner unfinished steers decreased significantly to sell from 185c to 240c/kg.
The better end of the yearling heifers made from 240c to 305c/kg.
Grown steers were in tight supply, with the odd finished 500-600kg steer making to 290c/kg. Friesian steers reached 192c/kg.
Heavy beef cows made from 162c to 210c, while the dairy portion over 520kg lwt made from 146c to 167c/kg.