Moss Vale Cattle Report

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Report Date: 17th April 2024

Total Yarding: 1,944


Numbers increased by over 700 head, for a total yarding of 1944 mixed quality cattle. There were some outstanding runs of prime vealers, topping at 370c, along with some well-finished yearlings to process reaching 345c/kg. There were large numbers of weaners and yearlings suiting the feedlots and the restockers. Grown cattle and cows were well supplied and there were several pens of secondary types. One feedlot and export buyer were absent, and the other buyers were not as active as previous sales.

Young steers returning to the paddock were up to 30c cheaper, selling from 285c to 398c , and the heifers were almost 40c cheaper. Yearling steers to suit the trade were back 10c, making from 280c to 345c and the heifers to process slipped 20c, ranging from 220c to 340c/kg. Feeder cattle were also cheaper, with the heifers most effected.

Heavy grown cattle were up to 40c cheaper, with the steers selling from 200c to 305c and the heifers averaged 254c/kg. Leaner cows were 40c cheaper, ranging from 140c to 212c and the heavy prime cows were back 30c selling from 200c to 230c/kg. Heavy bulls were slightly cheaper, topping at 245c/kg.
David Kent Market Reporter

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