11 Jun Carcore Saleyard Report – Cattle
No Cattle Market In Wagga this Week Due To The Queens Birthday Holiday.
Detailed Saleyard Report – Cattle
Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service
CTLX Carcoar report date 11/06/2019 comparison date 04/06/2019
Yarding 2595 Change 285
It was a plainer quality yarding with not the numbers of ideal feeders compared to the previous sale and the cow quality was back. There were
a few pens of well finished trade cattle along with odd pens of well finished grown steers and heifers. Most of the processors were operating
though a couple of feeders were absent.
Young cattle to the trade were firm to dearer with the prime steer yearlings selling from 290c to 312c/kg. The prime heifer yearlings sold from
252c to 305c/kg. Feeder cattle were 9c to 15c cheaper with the feeder steers selling from 250c to 327c while the feeder heifers sold from 230c
to 283c/kg. Young restocker cattle were close to firm with the young steers selling from 264c to 300c while the young heifers sold to 250c/kg.
Grown steers were 5c dearer with the prime medium and heavy weights selling from 274c to 313c/kg. Grown heifers were 11c dearer with the
better types selling from 240c to 288c/kg. Cows were 5c cheaper with the 2 scores selling from 110c to 177c while the better 3 and 4 scores
sold from 166c to 230c with the prime heavy weights averaging 213c/kg. Bulls sold to 258c/kg.