Commercial Angus AuctionsPlus Report 10 June

June 16, 2016 4:23 pm

Friday’s AuctionPlus cattle sale, 10 June, saw a slight rise in numbers to a total of 8,101 head with Angus and Angus cross cattle once again proving to be the breed of choice to meet the needs of the commercial market, topping over 78% of the categories they were represented in. 

The continued rain around most of the eastern states saw processors and feedlotters in hot competition with restockers.

 

The northern tablelands saw a tidy line of 7 and 8 month old Angus steers from Armidale, weighing 225kg sell for $935 (415c/kg).

 

The tops of the heavier steers made $1310 (335c/kg), which were 12 to 20 month old Angus cross steers, weighing 391kg from Dungog NSW.

 

PTIC female numbers were in high demand this week as the rain has stirred up the restockers, and competition was strengthened by processors frantically trying to secure cows.

 

Strong prices were received across all age groups of females. The top priced line were 4 year old Angus cows weighing 546kg, and were PTIC to Angus bulls.

 

The tops of the proven breeder hailed from Llangothlin, NSW and sold for $2020. These Angus cows were station mated with Angus calves at foot.

 

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Pictured top: 30 Top priced Angus cross heifers, 376kg, from Glen Innes, NSW, making $1175 (313c/kg) in Friday’s AuctionsPlus Eastern States sale 10 June. Photo courtesy of AuctionsPlus.

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