A TOTAL of 1370 cattle went under the hammer at the South Eastern Livestock Exchange.
Meat and Livestock Australia’s National Livestock Reporting Service states that calves to restockers were dearer and made 265c/kg.
Heavy trade vealers sold between 250c and 270c/kg. Lighter feeder steers sold 10c easier and sold from 230c to 278c/kg. Medium and heavy weights were around 6c easier with the exception of a few which were from a large line of forward conditioned feeders. Prices ranged from 210c to 300.6c/kg. Feeder heifers were dearer by 8c to 9c selling from 220c to 272c/kg. Trade cattle were firm 265c to 280c/kg.
Grown steers were back 6c but full-mouth steers made 168c to 262c/kg.