Angus Saleyard Report 22 Feb

February 22, 2016 12:29 pm

Angus and Angus cross cattle’s domination of the market place continues as they hit record prices for weaners that are more than double of that achieved in 2014.

This domination is wide spread from Roma QLD, where Angus cross steers hit 418c/kg down to Ballarat VIC with Angus weaner steers making 337c/kg

 Steady, but heated competition from restockers, feedlotters, meat buyers and commission buyers from across the eastern states has stimulated this upward trend for Angus and Angus cross cattle in the market place.

 A top quality yarding at the annual Jeogla and Wallamumbi steer sale 17 Feb resulted in strong competition from NSW and Queensland lotfeeders, pushing prices to a record top of $1730 for heavy Angus steers, more than double the top price of $860 at the 2014 sale. To read more CLICK HERE

 Roma store sale 16 Feb yards 7495 with a rewarding return for Angus cross steers and heifers. To read more CLICK HERE

 A solid and consistent sale at Hamilton 18 Feb. Teys Australia, Charlton Feedlot buyer Geoff Swayn “Angus steers were very dear”. To read more CLICK HERE

 Wodonga sale 19 Feb described as equal to a shade dearer that last week as 25 Angus cows and calves remained robust at $1,860. To read more CLICK HERE

 Barb and Silvio Polinelli, ‘Craiburn’, Bowen Park, who sold Angus weaner steers for $1105 at Carcoar store sale 19 Feb. “We bred Angus cattle because they are adaptable enough to go into just about any market”. To read more CLICK HERE

 Markets toppers for weaners at Ballarat 19 Feb were a yard of 24 Angus steers, 398kg, account B & K Carey selling for $1340 (337c/kg). To read more CLICK HERE

Image above: Kevin Miller Whitty Lennon agent Richard Maunder, Cumnock, with Barb and Silvio Polinelli, “Craiburn”, Bowen Park, who sold weaner steers for $1105 at Carcoar on Friday. Image courtesy of Fairfax Media.

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