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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 20th June 2022
Comparison Date 13/06/2021
Yarding 661
Change +240

A small yarding offered at Muchea this week with bulls dominating the numbers. All processor categories trended up with increased demand seeing heavy cows sell to a top of 350c/kg

Local bred weaner steers sold for 546c while heifers made from 426c to 520c /kg. Yearling steers sold from 450c to 520c while yearling heifers returned 368c to 466c/kg.

Grown steers including pastorals made from 338 to 456c to processors and from 280c to 460c to feeder buyers. Grown heifers sold from 280c to 438c / kg.

Heavy prime cows gained selling from 308c to 350c while medium weights made 310c to 350c/kg. Store cows sold to processors for 210c to 294c and feeder/restocker buyers paid from 205c to 282c /kg.

Heavy bulls were up 26c selling from 314c to 320c, medium weights returned 238c to 454c and a large run of light weight bullies comprising mainly pastoral types sold from 196c to 500c /kg.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 14th June 2022
Comparison Date 7/06/22
Yarding 6,148 Change + 2,858

Numbers doubled with an excellent run of heavy lambs on offer selling to a top of $183/head. Most categories fluctuated with quality, a heavy wether topped the sale at $200 followed by shedding young ewes to restockers selling to $194/head.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $64 to $132 while trade weights sold from $119 to $151/head. Heavy lambs made from $151 to a top of $183/head. Ram lambs sold to processors for $91 to $170 while a live export buyer picked up lightweights for $75 to $113/head. Merino wether hoggets gained with demand selling from $61 to $177 while ewes hoggets made from $90 to $194 for restocker dorper ewes.

Mutton fluctuated with store ewes selling from $20 to $115/head. Medium weight ewes returned $103 to $169 and heavy ewes sold from $157 to $175/head. Heavy wethers sold for $175 to $200/head. Mature rams gained with demand selling from $40 to $170 to processors.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 13th June 2022
Comparison Date 08/06/2021
Yarding 421
Change +38

A small yarding offered comprising mainly local bred lines. Weaner steers gained while the heifers eased as did heavy cows and bulls.
Local bred weaner steers sold from 556c to 564c while heifers made from 450c to 480c /kg. Yearling steers sold from 420c to 534c while yearling heifers returned 336c to 478c/kg.

Grown steers including pastorals made from 332c to 444c to processors and from 286c to 422c to feeder buyers. Grown heifers sold from 300c to 410c / kg.

Heavy prime cows eased 20c selling from 284c to 328c while medium weights made 278c to 290c/kg. Store cows sold to processors for 180c to 272c and feeder buyers paid from 180c to 312c /kg.

Heavy bulls were down 30c selling from 270c to 306c, medium weights returned 296c to 340c and a quality run of light weight bullies sold from 400c to 488c /kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 7th June 2022
Comparison Date 31/05/22
Yarding 3,290 Change + 675

A mixed quality yarding on offer saw most categories gain with demand. Heaviest lambs sold to $190 and extra heavy ram lambs to $205/head Mutton gained with Merino ewes carrying a fleece selling to $180/head.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $80 to $135 while trade weights sold from $130 to $157/head. Heavy lambs made from $155 to a top of $190/head. A large yarding of ram lambs sold to processors for $80 to $205 /head. Merino wether hoggets eased on quality selling from $48 to $180 while an improved quality run of ewes hoggets made from $140 to $163/head.

Mutton trended up with store ewes selling from $80 to $120/head. Medium weight ewes returned $137 to $168 and heavy ewes sold from $172 to $180/head. Mature rams gained with demand selling from $80 to $140 to processors.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Tuesday 7th June 2022
Comparison Date 30/05/2021
Yarding 383
Change -167

Numbers eased for a very light yarding today dominated by pastoral cattle. Prices fluctuated on quality with heavy cows and bulls gaining this week. Weaner steers sold to 578c and heifers to 522c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold from 520c to 578c while heifers made from 420c to 522c /kg. Yearling steers sold for 526c for local bred lines and from 280c to 334c for the pastoral types. Yearling heifers returned 400c to 460c for local bred lines and from 164c to 320c for the pastoral heifers.

Grown steers including pastorals made from 300c to 416c to processors and from 311c to 482c to feeder buyers. Grown heifers sold from 298c to 430c /kg.

Heavy prime cows gained 20c selling from 270c to 340c while medium weights made 336c/kg. Store cows sold to processors for 250c to 280c and feeder buyers paid from 128c to 328c /kg.
Heavy bulls gained 20c selling from 270c to 378c, medium weights returned 280c to 400c depending on quality while light weight bullies sold from 292c to 480c /kg.

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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 20th June 2022
Comparison Date 13/06/2021
Yarding 661
Change +240

A small yarding offered at Muchea this week with bulls dominating the numbers. All processor categories trended up with increased demand seeing heavy cows sell to a top of 350c/kg

Local bred weaner steers sold for 546c while heifers made from 426c to 520c /kg. Yearling steers sold from 450c to 520c while yearling heifers returned 368c to 466c/kg.

Grown steers including pastorals made from 338 to 456c to processors and from 280c to 460c to feeder buyers. Grown heifers sold from 280c to 438c / kg.

Heavy prime cows gained selling from 308c to 350c while medium weights made 310c to 350c/kg. Store cows sold to processors for 210c to 294c and feeder/restocker buyers paid from 205c to 282c /kg.

Heavy bulls were up 26c selling from 314c to 320c, medium weights returned 238c to 454c and a large run of light weight bullies comprising mainly pastoral types sold from 196c to 500c /kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 14th June 2022
Comparison Date 7/06/22
Yarding 6,148 Change + 2,858

Numbers doubled with an excellent run of heavy lambs on offer selling to a top of $183/head. Most categories fluctuated with quality, a heavy wether topped the sale at $200 followed by shedding young ewes to restockers selling to $194/head.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $64 to $132 while trade weights sold from $119 to $151/head. Heavy lambs made from $151 to a top of $183/head. Ram lambs sold to processors for $91 to $170 while a live export buyer picked up lightweights for $75 to $113/head. Merino wether hoggets gained with demand selling from $61 to $177 while ewes hoggets made from $90 to $194 for restocker dorper ewes.

Mutton fluctuated with store ewes selling from $20 to $115/head. Medium weight ewes returned $103 to $169 and heavy ewes sold from $157 to $175/head. Heavy wethers sold for $175 to $200/head. Mature rams gained with demand selling from $40 to $170 to processors.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 13th June 2022
Comparison Date 08/06/2021
Yarding 421
Change +38

A small yarding offered comprising mainly local bred lines. Weaner steers gained while the heifers eased as did heavy cows and bulls.
Local bred weaner steers sold from 556c to 564c while heifers made from 450c to 480c /kg. Yearling steers sold from 420c to 534c while yearling heifers returned 336c to 478c/kg.

Grown steers including pastorals made from 332c to 444c to processors and from 286c to 422c to feeder buyers. Grown heifers sold from 300c to 410c / kg.

Heavy prime cows eased 20c selling from 284c to 328c while medium weights made 278c to 290c/kg. Store cows sold to processors for 180c to 272c and feeder buyers paid from 180c to 312c /kg.

Heavy bulls were down 30c selling from 270c to 306c, medium weights returned 296c to 340c and a quality run of light weight bullies sold from 400c to 488c /kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 7th June 2022
Comparison Date 31/05/22
Yarding 3,290 Change + 675

A mixed quality yarding on offer saw most categories gain with demand. Heaviest lambs sold to $190 and extra heavy ram lambs to $205/head Mutton gained with Merino ewes carrying a fleece selling to $180/head.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $80 to $135 while trade weights sold from $130 to $157/head. Heavy lambs made from $155 to a top of $190/head. A large yarding of ram lambs sold to processors for $80 to $205 /head. Merino wether hoggets eased on quality selling from $48 to $180 while an improved quality run of ewes hoggets made from $140 to $163/head.

Mutton trended up with store ewes selling from $80 to $120/head. Medium weight ewes returned $137 to $168 and heavy ewes sold from $172 to $180/head. Mature rams gained with demand selling from $80 to $140 to processors.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Tuesday 7th June 2022
Comparison Date 30/05/2021
Yarding 383
Change -167

Numbers eased for a very light yarding today dominated by pastoral cattle. Prices fluctuated on quality with heavy cows and bulls gaining this week. Weaner steers sold to 578c and heifers to 522c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold from 520c to 578c while heifers made from 420c to 522c /kg. Yearling steers sold for 526c for local bred lines and from 280c to 334c for the pastoral types. Yearling heifers returned 400c to 460c for local bred lines and from 164c to 320c for the pastoral heifers.

Grown steers including pastorals made from 300c to 416c to processors and from 311c to 482c to feeder buyers. Grown heifers sold from 298c to 430c /kg.

Heavy prime cows gained 20c selling from 270c to 340c while medium weights made 336c/kg. Store cows sold to processors for 250c to 280c and feeder buyers paid from 128c to 328c /kg.
Heavy bulls gained 20c selling from 270c to 378c, medium weights returned 280c to 400c depending on quality while light weight bullies sold from 292c to 480c /kg.

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