November 28, 2021


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Lighter steer and heifer categories much better in on the web profits

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This line of 78 weaned Angus x Santa steers averaging 206kg at 8-9 months, off JH Fairfax and Sons’ Kioma station close to Toobeah, southern Queensland, sold for 768.7c/kg or $1585/head on Friday.

IT was an additional significant presenting of cattle through AuctionsPlus business cattle revenue this 7 days, with the 19,255 head available, up 16computer system on the prior 7 days and 36personal computer better than the corresponding sale past calendar year.

There was a spring in the stage of most of the younger cattle traces this week, with significant clearance charges and price ranges mounting for 7 of the ten classes. This week’s beneficial 3-thirty day period rainfall outlook from BOM will assistance to sustain the confidence throughout the industry likely ahead, alongside with the fantastic success from an additional week of history bull income.

Desire for light-weight steers continued to see some superb price ranges for acceptable strains, with the 2876 head supplied in the 200-280kg class marketing to a 99pc clearance. Price ranges eased marginally in c/kg conditions, at 646c/kg, but averaged $20 bigger in $/head terms at $1579.

Highlights bundled a line of 78 weaned Angus x Santa steers averaging 206kg at 8-9 months, off JH Fairfax and Sons’ Kioma station close to Toobeah, southern Queensland, which offered for 768.7c/kg or $1585/head.

Between larger sized lines marketed this 7 days, 18 decks or 684 head of high-grade Red Brahman steers – sold as 6 deck plenty of around 228 head each and every, off Meda Station in the Kimberley sold for 436c/kg or close to $1010 a head.

At the heavier conclude of the steer offerings, 330-400kg steers lifted 33c/kg on regular this 7 days to 568c, while the greatest weekly supplying of +400kg steers in a lot of months failed to impression prices, which jumped 42c on very last week, with an 80computer system clearance for the 1010 head offered.

Involved was a line of 104 Angus x Brahman feeder steers out of Clermont, Central Queensland, averaging 404kg which sold for $1990/head, when even further south, 52 Angus feeder steers 423kg out of Mudgee NSW, bought to 589.6c/kg, or $2485/head.

When the heavier finish of the youthful heifer market slipped back again on previous week’s ranges, the 280-330kg class averaged 43c larger than the previous 7 days, at 603c/kg – with a 97computer clearance. 330-400kg heifers finished the 7 days 9c/kg decreased at 556c.

Breeding cattle

Though there was another stable featuring of 1890 PTIC heifers this week, the 68computer system clearance highlighted some length between vendors and potential buyers. With bigger reserves established for lots of strains, the common for the 7 days completed 27c/kg bigger, at 577c/kg, or in $/head terms, $124 better averaging $2607.

As has been the situation through 2021, demonstrated breeding lines with CAF have been remarkably sought-after. This 7 days, a line of 28 PTIC Poll Hereford cows averaging 579kg with CAF out of Bool Lagoon, reduced southeast SA offered to $3820/head.

Clearance premiums between breeding classes this week ranged from 100computer and 97laptop (PTIC cows and calves, represented by just 58 head, and NSM heifers and calves, just 292 head respectively) to just 13computer system and 57pc (station mated cows, and PTIC cows, respectively).

Prices as at 2pm Friday 3 September.



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