Cat­tle sale:

Southern Riverina news - - RURAL OUTLOOK -

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.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.