Angus Saleyard Report 7 March

March 8, 2016 11:15 am

Lead feedlot buyers set a good pace at Colac where Teys Australia paid the top price of the day of $1505 for 17-18 month old Angus steers weighing 493kg to go into their Charlton Feedlot in VIC. To read more CLICK HERE

Prices ease as dry bites at Leongatha 3 Mar with limited processor demand, and a small amount of feedlot competition, prices were reasonable, but up to $100 lower than two weeks prior. Larger drafts of steers were penned, although few in number. Bridgewater Park, Wattlebank, sold 64 Angus steers from $1340-$1420. To read more CLICK HERE

Wagga sale 29 Feb: Reduced supply fuels further price lift. To read more CLICK HERE

Wodonga sale 1 Mar: Northern demand fuels dearer trend. To read more CLICK HERE

Rome store sale 1 Mar: Restockers active on light cattle. To read more CLICK HERE

Dubbo sale 3 Mar: Plainer yarding as dry conditions continue. To read more CLICK HERE

YEARLING steers sold to $1345 while PTIC cows made to $1340 in the largest yarding (2700 head) of the new year at Dubbo store cattle sale 4 Mar. To read more CLICK HERE

LIVE export buyers, restockers and international orders for breeding cattle are all playing a key role in the record prices. To read more CLICK HERE

Pictured top: Geoff Coverdale, Purrumbete South Pastoral, sold his annual drop of Angus steer calves at Euroa from $1210-$1330. Image courtesy Fairfax Media