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  • NSW weekly cattle summaryMay 7 2015

    2019 - 06.21

    Numbers slip
    Nanjing Night Net

    Cattle consignments in NSW slipped 2 per cent, week-on-week, for a total of 24,655 head.

    Wagga added 12 per centmore for a penning of 4397 head, as Forbes lost 17 per centat 1378 cattle. Tamworth fell by 14 per centand yarded 1675 head and CTLX consigned an extra 24 per cent, to total 3830 head. Gunnedah added another 14 per cent, compared to the previous market and penned 2480 cattle, while Inverell nearly halved its numbers at 805 head. Scone and Singleton both penned fewer cattle for a total of 1040 and 700 head, respectively, while Armidale lifted 11 per centto offer 2000 head. Casino lost 13 per cent, to total 1720 head and consignments at Dubbo slipped 2 per cent, for a penning of 4630 cattle.

    Prices push higher

    The younger cattle throughout most categories trended dearer, with the vealer steers to the restockers lifting 3¢, as the medium weights ranged from 218¢ to 286¢/kg. The equivalent weighted heifer portion gained from 2¢ to 15¢, with those to the processors realising the greater gains and averaging 234¢, after reaching 260¢/kg.

    Medium weight yearling steers to the lot feeder orders trended 8¢ dearer, making from 222¢ to 286¢, while the heavy weights also topped at 286¢/kg. The yearling heifers to the lot feeder orders trended 3¢/kg dearer. The prime conditioned younger cattle to the butchers lifted 3¢ to 10¢ and more in places, with the best topping at 286¢/kg.

    The heavy weight grown steers suitable for slaughter sold 6¢ to 12¢ dearer, with the bulk selling around the 254¢ to 260¢ range, after reaching 288¢/kg.

    Cows sold firm to 4¢ cheaper, as the plainer 2 scores averaged 168¢, with the better covered 3 and 4 scores ranging from 149¢ to 228¢/kg. Heavy weight bulls topped at 267¢/kg.

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