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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 20th September2021
Comparison Date 13/09/2021
Yarding 2,422
Change 465

Numbers were up for a total yarding of 2,422 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding was dominated by pastoral cows and bulls with prices easing with numbers offered. Store lines received stronger competition with restockers looking to stock abundant spring pastures. A pen of medium weight weaner local bred steers topped the market at 592c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold for 548c to 592c, and heifers made from 400c to 542c/kg. Local bred yearling steers were down 20c selling from 450c to 572c and pastorals sold for 382c to 496c gaining 30c/kg with demand. Locally bred yearling heifers made 400c to 500c while pastoral heifers sold from 332c to 440c/kg.
Grown steers including pastoral types sold from 300c to 438c/kg. Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 300c to 412c and over 540kg weights returned 324c/kg.

Prime heavy and medium weight cows eased selling for 278c to 360c/kg. Score 2 store cows sold for 264c to 300c while score 1 lightweights to restockers bucked the trend gaining with demand to sell for 250c to 320c/kg. Prime heavy bulls eased 16c selling for 304c to 364c/kg. Medium weight bulls made 260c to 396c depending on quality and light weight bullies sold from 250c to 562c/kg with live export competition.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 14th September 2021
Comparison Date 07/09/21
Yarding 9,652 - Change 3913
Lamb 3,667- Change 481
Sheep 5,985 - Change 3432

Numbers were up for a total yarding of 9,652 head at Muchea this week. Prices trended up on light lambs but eased on heavier weights. Mature sheep eased again this week with heavy weight ewes down $30/head with a lone processor operating. The best new season lambs returned $210 and old lambs fluctuated on quality with heavy weights easing $4 selling to a top of $209/head.

In the lamb market, the under 16kg cwt lambs sold from $75 to $133 while heavier air freight weights made from $106 to $148/head. Trade weight lambs returned from $130 up to $200/head for the new season lambs. Heavier lambs made from $165 to $210/head. Ram lambs sold from $100 up to $203/head for the best.

The ewe mutton yarding saw light store ewes sell for $70 to $131 with a fleece and heavier weights eased $20 selling from $102 to
$152/head with a full fleece. Prime trade weight ewes dressing between 25kg to 30kgs eased $20 selling from $121 to $172/head with a fleece. Heavy 30kg cwt plus lines sold at $160 to $195/head. The best heavy wethers returned $179 and mature rams eased selling from $60 to $151/head, depending on age and weights.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 13th September2021
Comparison Date 06/09/2021
Yarding 1,957
Change -83

Numbers were down for a total yarding of 1,957 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding was dominated by pastoral bulls selling from 494c for light weights up to 358c/kg for heavy bulls. Cows gained with a quality yarding on offer, and the overall upward market trend continued with some quality related price fluctuation. A pen of light weight weaner local bred steers topped the market at 648c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold from 514c to 648c and heifers made from 420c to 550c/kg for locally bred lines. Pastoral heifers sold from 296c to 478c/kg. Local bred yearling steers made from 458c to 578c and pastorals sold from 356c to 440c/kg. Locally bred yearling heifers made from 324c to 470c while pastoral heifers sold from 216c to 408c/kg.

Grown steers, including pastoral types weighing under 500kg, made between 308c and 456c/kg, fluctuating with quality. Steers weighing 500 to 600kg sold from 350c to a top of 426c/kg. Those over 600kg returned 386c to 396c/kg. Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold from 266c to 376c in a mixed quality yarding while a pen weighing over 540kg returned 394c/kg. Heavy prime cows gained and sold from 338c to 372c while medium weights gained 15c, making from 284c to 366c/kg. Light weight prime pastoral cows returned from 296c to 318c/kg. Store cows sold from 188c to 298c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 312c to 368c, while medium weights made from 282c to 376c and light weight bulls sold from 282c to 606c/kg, with all weight categories gaining demand in line with local and live export competition.

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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 September2021
Comparison Date 13/09/2021
Yarding 2,422
Change 465

Numbers were up for a total yarding of 2,422 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding was dominated by pastoral cows and bulls with prices easing with numbers offered. Store lines received stronger competition with restockers looking to stock abundant spring pastures. A pen of medium weight weaner local bred steers topped the market at 592c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold for 548c to 592c, and heifers made from 400c to 542c/kg. Local bred yearling steers were down 20c selling from 450c to 572c and pastorals sold for 382c to 496c gaining 30c/kg with demand. Locally bred yearling heifers made 400c to 500c while pastoral heifers sold from 332c to 440c/kg.
Grown steers including pastoral types sold from 300c to 438c/kg. Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold for 300c to 412c and over 540kg weights returned 324c/kg.

Prime heavy and medium weight cows eased selling for 278c to 360c/kg. Score 2 store cows sold for 264c to 300c while score 1 lightweights to restockers bucked the trend gaining with demand to sell for 250c to 320c/kg. Prime heavy bulls eased 16c selling for 304c to 364c/kg. Medium weight bulls made 260c to 396c depending on quality and light weight bullies sold from 250c to 562c/kg with live export competition.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 14th September 2021
Comparison Date 07/09/21
Yarding 9,652 - Change 3913
Lamb 3,667- Change 481
Sheep 5,985 - Change 3432

Numbers were up for a total yarding of 9,652 head at Muchea this week. Prices trended up on light lambs but eased on heavier weights. Mature sheep eased again this week with heavy weight ewes down $30/head with a lone processor operating. The best new season lambs returned $210 and old lambs fluctuated on quality with heavy weights easing $4 selling to a top of $209/head.

In the lamb market, the under 16kg cwt lambs sold from $75 to $133 while heavier air freight weights made from $106 to $148/head. Trade weight lambs returned from $130 up to $200/head for the new season lambs. Heavier lambs made from $165 to $210/head. Ram lambs sold from $100 up to $203/head for the best.

The ewe mutton yarding saw light store ewes sell for $70 to $131 with a fleece and heavier weights eased $20 selling from $102 to
$152/head with a full fleece. Prime trade weight ewes dressing between 25kg to 30kgs eased $20 selling from $121 to $172/head with a fleece. Heavy 30kg cwt plus lines sold at $160 to $195/head. The best heavy wethers returned $179 and mature rams eased selling from $60 to $151/head, depending on age and weights.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 13th September2021
Comparison Date 06/09/2021
Yarding 1,957
Change -83

Numbers were down for a total yarding of 1,957 mixed quality cattle at Muchea. The yarding was dominated by pastoral bulls selling from 494c for light weights up to 358c/kg for heavy bulls. Cows gained with a quality yarding on offer, and the overall upward market trend continued with some quality related price fluctuation. A pen of light weight weaner local bred steers topped the market at 648c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold from 514c to 648c and heifers made from 420c to 550c/kg for locally bred lines. Pastoral heifers sold from 296c to 478c/kg. Local bred yearling steers made from 458c to 578c and pastorals sold from 356c to 440c/kg. Locally bred yearling heifers made from 324c to 470c while pastoral heifers sold from 216c to 408c/kg.

Grown steers, including pastoral types weighing under 500kg, made between 308c and 456c/kg, fluctuating with quality. Steers weighing 500 to 600kg sold from 350c to a top of 426c/kg. Those over 600kg returned 386c to 396c/kg. Grown heifers weighing under 540kg sold from 266c to 376c in a mixed quality yarding while a pen weighing over 540kg returned 394c/kg. Heavy prime cows gained and sold from 338c to 372c while medium weights gained 15c, making from 284c to 366c/kg. Light weight prime pastoral cows returned from 296c to 318c/kg. Store cows sold from 188c to 298c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 312c to 368c, while medium weights made from 282c to 376c and light weight bulls sold from 282c to 606c/kg, with all weight categories gaining demand in line with local and live export competition.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

WAMIA is seeking: Expression of Interest - Caretaker Services ... See MoreSee Less

WAMIA is seeking: Expression of Interest - Caretaker Services
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Date Description
31/03/2020 COVID-19 Update
11/03/2020 EOI – Sheep Grazing Land – Muchea