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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 24th January 2022
Comparison Date 17/01/2021
Yarding 850
Change -350

Numbers were down for a small yarding of 850 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding was dominated by bulls with prices fluctuating with demand and quality. Export buyers pushed heavy and medium weights up 15c with the balance of light bulls generally easing with numbers offered. Lightweight calves eased with steers selling to a top of 680c and heifers at 620c/kg.

Local bred vealer steers sold for 556c to 680c, heifers made from 450c to 620c while pastoral heifers returned 432c to 500c/kg.
Yearling steers sold from 480c to 600 c dependent on quality while yearling heifers returned 350c to 500c and pastoral types returned 372c/kg.

Grown steers weighing under 500kg sold for 350c to 496c while 500 to 600 kg steers sold at 378c to 498c/kg. Bullocks weighing between 600 & 750kg returned 350c to 384c and weights over 750kg returned 340c/kg.

Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 360c to 456c and weights over 540kg made 330c to 388c /kg.

Heavy prime cows gained 15c finishing at 304 to 350c, medium weight cows eased 10c selling for 300c to 360c/kg. Store cows sold to processors from 264c to 318c while feeder buyers paid from 264c to 358c/kg.

Heavy bulls sold for 300c to 366c to processors while export bulls made from 400c to 430c, medium weights went to live export & feeders making 292c to 436c/kg. A large selection of light weight bullies eased on last weeks sale selling from 270c to 690c /kg.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 18th January 2022
Comparison Date 11/01/22
Yarding 6,389 - Change -3,754
Lamb 3,350 - Change - 3,450
Sheep 3,039 - Change -304

Numbers were down for a total yarding of 6,389 head this week at Muchea. A mixed quality yarding with prime categories trending up but plain light weights discounted with season dry off. Limited numbers of good heavy lambs topped the market at $232/head.
Heavy wethers sold to $212 and the best heavy ewes sold to $214/head.

In the lamb market, the under 12kg cwt lambs eased on quality and demand selling from $54 to $62/head. The under 16kg cwt range made from $70 to $131 and heavier under 18kg cwt made from $126 to $165/head. Trade weight lambs saw light weights sell for $151 up to $193 for the heavier lambs to processors while a pen of shedding ewe lambs made $214/head to a restocker. Heavy lambs made from $185 to $232/head. Crossbred and Dorper hoggets were in demand selling from $126 to $205 while Merino wethers sold to processors from $134 to $200 and ewes from $126 to $176/head. Restockers picked up young Merino ewes from $156 to $178/head.

The ewe mutton yarding gained in all categories with light weight and store ewes selling at $110 to $168/head with a fleece. The prime trade weight ewes 25 to 30kg cwt range made from $152 to $208/head with a fleece. The heavy 30kgs plus cwt ewes sold at $190 to $214/head. The best heavy wethers returned $194 to $212 and mature rams eased selling from $50 to $162/head depending on weights.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 17th January 2022
Comparison Date 10/01/2021
Yarding 1,200
Change 374

Numbers were up for a total yarding of 1200 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding dominated by cows with prices easing this week on demand. Restockers and export buyers pushed lightweight calves up with steers selling to a top of 765c while similar heifers topped at 704c/kg.

Local bred vealer steers sold for 520c to 765c, heifers made from 458c to 704c while pastoral steers returned 420c to 610c and heifers from 380c to 480c/kg.

Yearling steers sold from 452c to 620c dependent on quality while yearling heifers returned 400c to 480c and pastoral types returned 320c to 412c/kg.

Grown steers weighing under 500kg sold for 300c to 480c while 500 to 600kg steers sold at 368c to 480c/kg. Bullocks over 600kg made 386c and weights over 750kg returned 360c to 362c/kg.
Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 380c to 474c and weights over 540kg made 392c/kg.

Heavy prime cows eased 20c finishing at 300c to 342c, medium weight cows gained 5c selling for 300c to 364c/kg. Store cows sold to processors from 220c to 306c while feeder buyers paid from 252c to 360c/kg.

Heavy bulls sold for 320c to 356c to processors while export bulls gained 33c selling from 386c to 394c, medium weights went to live export and feeders making 300c to 410c/kg. A large selection of light weight bullies sold from 350c to 650c/kg.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 11th January 2022
Comparison Date 20/12/21
Yarding 10,143 - Change NQ
Lamb 6,800 - Change NQ
Sheep 3,343 - Change NQ

Numbers were up with a total yarding of 10,143 head this week. A mixed quality yarding was offered with a small but excellent selection of heavy lambs and ewes. Values gained with demand on all categories. Limited numbers of good heavy lambs topped at $219 while heavy wethers topped the market at a $240 and the best heavy ewes sold to $213/head.

In the lamb market, the under 12kg cwt lambs sold from $68 to $121/head for Merino wether lambs. The under 18kg cwt range made from $105 to $155 to graziers, live export, feeders and restockers competing. Trade weight lambs saw lighter weights sell for $144 up to $187/head for the heavier weights. Heavy lambs made from $185 to $219/head.

The ewe mutton yarding saw light weight and store ewes sell at $80 to $155/head with a fleece. The prime trade weight ewes 25kg to 30kgs made from $155 to $195/head with a fleece. The better quality heavy 30kgs plus sold at $190 to $213/head.The best heavy wethers returned $190 to $240 and mature rams were again in high demand selling from $64 up to $180/head depending on weights.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 10th January 2022
Comparison Date 20/12/2021
Yarding 826
Change -542

Numbers were down for a small yarding of 826 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding dominated by cows with prices trending up on demand for medium and light weight categories. A pen of light weight weaner local bred steers topped the market at 692c while similar heifers topped at 626c/kg.

Local bred vealer steers sold for 520c to 692c and heifers made from 500c to 626c while pastoral heifers returned 365c to 455c/kg. Yearling steers made 370c to 596c for the best while yearling heifers returned 340c to 500c/kg.

Grown steers weighing under 500kg made 382c to 504c and steers weighing 500 to 600 kg sold for 358c to a top of 398c/kg. Over 600kg weights returned 358c to 430c/kg. Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 350c to 422c and weights over 540kg made 338c to 414c/kg.

Heavy prime cows remained firm at 308c to 348c with PTIC Angus Cows at 388c, medium weight cows gained 20c selling 326c to 368c and light weight cows made from 300c to 334c/kg. Store cows sold from 288c to 334c in a diverse range of quality to processors feeder buyers and restockers.

Heavy bulls sold for 340c to 362c while medium weights went to live export making 350c to 406c and light weight bulls sold from 342c to 635c/kg.

A highlight of the sale was 10 donkeys on offer with jacks selling from $800 to $1600 and jennies from $850 to $1150/head.

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31/03/2020 COVID-19 Update
11/03/2020 EOI – Sheep Grazing Land – Muchea

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 24th January 2022
Comparison Date 17/01/2021
Yarding 850
Change -350

Numbers were down for a small yarding of 850 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding was dominated by bulls with prices fluctuating with demand and quality. Export buyers pushed heavy and medium weights up 15c with the balance of light bulls generally easing with numbers offered. Lightweight calves eased with steers selling to a top of 680c and heifers at 620c/kg.

Local bred vealer steers sold for 556c to 680c, heifers made from 450c to 620c while pastoral heifers returned 432c to 500c/kg.
Yearling steers sold from 480c to 600 c dependent on quality while yearling heifers returned 350c to 500c and pastoral types returned 372c/kg.

Grown steers weighing under 500kg sold for 350c to 496c while 500 to 600 kg steers sold at 378c to 498c/kg. Bullocks weighing between 600 & 750kg returned 350c to 384c and weights over 750kg returned 340c/kg.

Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 360c to 456c and weights over 540kg made 330c to 388c /kg.

Heavy prime cows gained 15c finishing at 304 to 350c, medium weight cows eased 10c selling for 300c to 360c/kg. Store cows sold to processors from 264c to 318c while feeder buyers paid from 264c to 358c/kg.

Heavy bulls sold for 300c to 366c to processors while export bulls made from 400c to 430c, medium weights went to live export & feeders making 292c to 436c/kg. A large selection of light weight bullies eased on last weeks sale selling from 270c to 690c /kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 18th January 2022
Comparison Date 11/01/22
Yarding 6,389 - Change -3,754
Lamb 3,350 - Change - 3,450
Sheep 3,039 - Change -304

Numbers were down for a total yarding of 6,389 head this week at Muchea. A mixed quality yarding with prime categories trending up but plain light weights discounted with season dry off. Limited numbers of good heavy lambs topped the market at $232/head.
Heavy wethers sold to $212 and the best heavy ewes sold to $214/head.

In the lamb market, the under 12kg cwt lambs eased on quality and demand selling from $54 to $62/head. The under 16kg cwt range made from $70 to $131 and heavier under 18kg cwt made from $126 to $165/head. Trade weight lambs saw light weights sell for $151 up to $193 for the heavier lambs to processors while a pen of shedding ewe lambs made $214/head to a restocker. Heavy lambs made from $185 to $232/head. Crossbred and Dorper hoggets were in demand selling from $126 to $205 while Merino wethers sold to processors from $134 to $200 and ewes from $126 to $176/head. Restockers picked up young Merino ewes from $156 to $178/head.

The ewe mutton yarding gained in all categories with light weight and store ewes selling at $110 to $168/head with a fleece. The prime trade weight ewes 25 to 30kg cwt range made from $152 to $208/head with a fleece. The heavy 30kgs plus cwt ewes sold at $190 to $214/head. The best heavy wethers returned $194 to $212 and mature rams eased selling from $50 to $162/head depending on weights.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 17th January 2022
Comparison Date 10/01/2021
Yarding 1,200
Change 374

Numbers were up for a total yarding of 1200 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding dominated by cows with prices easing this week on demand. Restockers and export buyers pushed lightweight calves up with steers selling to a top of 765c while similar heifers topped at 704c/kg.

Local bred vealer steers sold for 520c to 765c, heifers made from 458c to 704c while pastoral steers returned 420c to 610c and heifers from 380c to 480c/kg.

Yearling steers sold from 452c to 620c dependent on quality while yearling heifers returned 400c to 480c and pastoral types returned 320c to 412c/kg.

Grown steers weighing under 500kg sold for 300c to 480c while 500 to 600kg steers sold at 368c to 480c/kg. Bullocks over 600kg made 386c and weights over 750kg returned 360c to 362c/kg.
Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 380c to 474c and weights over 540kg made 392c/kg.

Heavy prime cows eased 20c finishing at 300c to 342c, medium weight cows gained 5c selling for 300c to 364c/kg. Store cows sold to processors from 220c to 306c while feeder buyers paid from 252c to 360c/kg.

Heavy bulls sold for 320c to 356c to processors while export bulls gained 33c selling from 386c to 394c, medium weights went to live export and feeders making 300c to 410c/kg. A large selection of light weight bullies sold from 350c to 650c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 11th January 2022
Comparison Date 20/12/21
Yarding 10,143 - Change NQ
Lamb 6,800 - Change NQ
Sheep 3,343 - Change NQ

Numbers were up with a total yarding of 10,143 head this week. A mixed quality yarding was offered with a small but excellent selection of heavy lambs and ewes. Values gained with demand on all categories. Limited numbers of good heavy lambs topped at $219 while heavy wethers topped the market at a $240 and the best heavy ewes sold to $213/head.

In the lamb market, the under 12kg cwt lambs sold from $68 to $121/head for Merino wether lambs. The under 18kg cwt range made from $105 to $155 to graziers, live export, feeders and restockers competing. Trade weight lambs saw lighter weights sell for $144 up to $187/head for the heavier weights. Heavy lambs made from $185 to $219/head.

The ewe mutton yarding saw light weight and store ewes sell at $80 to $155/head with a fleece. The prime trade weight ewes 25kg to 30kgs made from $155 to $195/head with a fleece. The better quality heavy 30kgs plus sold at $190 to $213/head.The best heavy wethers returned $190 to $240 and mature rams were again in high demand selling from $64 up to $180/head depending on weights.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 10th January 2022
Comparison Date 20/12/2021
Yarding 826
Change -542

Numbers were down for a small yarding of 826 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding dominated by cows with prices trending up on demand for medium and light weight categories. A pen of light weight weaner local bred steers topped the market at 692c while similar heifers topped at 626c/kg.

Local bred vealer steers sold for 520c to 692c and heifers made from 500c to 626c while pastoral heifers returned 365c to 455c/kg. Yearling steers made 370c to 596c for the best while yearling heifers returned 340c to 500c/kg.

Grown steers weighing under 500kg made 382c to 504c and steers weighing 500 to 600 kg sold for 358c to a top of 398c/kg. Over 600kg weights returned 358c to 430c/kg. Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 350c to 422c and weights over 540kg made 338c to 414c/kg.

Heavy prime cows remained firm at 308c to 348c with PTIC Angus Cows at 388c, medium weight cows gained 20c selling 326c to 368c and light weight cows made from 300c to 334c/kg. Store cows sold from 288c to 334c in a diverse range of quality to processors feeder buyers and restockers.

Heavy bulls sold for 340c to 362c while medium weights went to live export making 350c to 406c and light weight bulls sold from 342c to 635c/kg.

A highlight of the sale was 10 donkeys on offer with jacks selling from $800 to $1600 and jennies from $850 to $1150/head.

SOURCE NLRS
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Date Description
31/03/2020 COVID-19 Update
11/03/2020 EOI – Sheep Grazing Land – Muchea