Inverell Market Report 21st June 2016

Cattle: The rain was an obvious factor in the numbers yarded with just 283 head of cattle to sell. Weaners and yearlings made up the largest percentage of the yarding along with a few pens of grown heifers and cows. Quality was fairly plain in a very dear market. Re-stocker weaner heifers were 20c dearer selling to a top of 330c, while re-stocker weaner steers topped at 354c/kg. Feeder steers were up by 20c selling to a top of 349c, while feeder heifers gained 6c to sell to a top of 330c/kg. In the export section grown heifers were 6c to 8c dearer selling to a top of 285c/kg. The few cows gained up to 20c with medium and heavy weights ranging from 239c to 271c/kg. Local sales : Tomlinson Holdings sold steers 315 kg 352.2 c/kg @$1109.
Sheep: There were 2,700 sheep and lambs penned and with wet conditions having an effect on the overall yarding, quality was mixed along with some notable drafts of well finished supplementary fed lambs on offer to the usual field of buyers that attended. The market varied overall, with trade lambs selling $4 to $5 dearer, and heavy categories $10/head cheaper. The small yarding of mutton consisted of some well finished heavy and medium weight sheep, along with some light plain drafts. The market saw little change week-on-week for most of the sheep on offer.

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