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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 17th May 2022
Comparison Date 10/05/22
Yarding 5,853 Change - 5,141

Numbers halved this week for a small yarding dominated by lambs. The lamb prices trended down with processor demand easier & selective with the numbers offered. Heavy lambs sold to a top of $186 while heavier weight ewes gained in price with the low numbers on offer.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $45 for light store lines up to $125/head for the best presented prime pens. Trade weights sold from $95 to $138/head. An excellent quality run of heavy lambs made from $130 to a top of $186/head. Heavy ram lambs sold to processors for $105 to $130/head. Merino wether hoggets made $77 to $100/head and young Merino ewe hoggets sold at $61 up to $168/head for the best.

Mutton fluctuated with store ewes selling from $51 to $100 and medium to heavy weight ewes returned $110 to $155/head with a fleece. The best heavy wethers returned $180/head and mature rams finished down on last week selling from $52 to $100/head to processors.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 16th May 2022
Comparison Date 09/05/2021
Yarding 889
Change + 225

Numbers were up for a mixed quality yarding dominated by pastoral cattle. All categories eased this week with little processor demand and small butchers absent. Medium weight yearling steers topped the market at 568c while processors paid a top of 300c for heavy prime cows and a large yarding of store cows sold mainly to feeder buyers. Heavy bulls eased selling to a top of 328c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold from 460c to 528c while heifers made from 372c to 522c quality dependent.

Yearling steers sold from 312c to 568c for local bred lines and from 258c to 290c for the pastoral types. Yearling heifers returned 294c to 450c for local bred lines and from 220c to 296c for the pastoral heifers.

Grown steers made 330c to 366c to processors and feeder steers returned 260c to 396c /kg. Grown heifers sold from 316c to 340c / kg.

Prime cows were back selling from 270c to 300c while store cows sold to feeder buyers for 150c to 288c /kg.

Heavy bulls made from 250c to 328c, medium weights returned 220c to 370c depending on quality while a mainly good quality run of light weight bullies sold from 248c to 536c /kg.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 10th May 2022
Comparison Date 03/05/22
Yarding 10,994 Change + 5,005

Numbers doubled with a mainly improved quality yarding. Prices trended down with processor demand easier & selective with the added numbers. A great quality run of heavy lambs eased with a top price of $197 paid for a pen of 30kg cwt lambs. Heaviest ewes remained fairly firm with demand dropping off at the end of the sale.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $40 for light store lines up to $133 for the best presented prime pens. Trade weights sold from $112 to $161/head. An excellent quality run of heavy lambs made from $150 to a top of $197/head. Ram lambs sold to processors for $67 to $150 depending on weights.

Merino wether hoggets sold for $69 to $175 and young Merino ewe hoggets at $50 to $166/head. Xbred hoggets returned $130 to $155/head.

Mutton eased with numbers with store ewes selling from $30 to $133, medium weight ewes returned $120 to $155 with a fleece and heavy ewes returned $150 to $168/head. The best heavy wethers returned $170 and mature rams fluctuated finishing down on last week selling from $70 to $110 to processors.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 9th May 2022
Comparison Date 02/05/2021
Yarding 664
Change - 834

Numbers eased for a small yarding dominated by cows. Prime lines remained firm while store cows to feeder buyers gained with demand. Heavy bulls eased while a large yarding of younger bulls sold with demand even with one main operator not present.
Local bred weaner heifers made from 438c to 560c quality dependent.

Yearling steers sold from 540c to 570c for local bred lines and from 320c to 412c for the pastoral types. Yearling heifers returned 380c to 546c for local bred lines and from 236c to 414c for the better-quality pastoral heifers.

Grown steers sold from 308c to 440c while the grown heifers including pastoral types made from 324c to 438c / kg.

Prime cows were mainly firm making 308c to 342c while store cows were in demand selling to feeder buyers for 220c up to 354c /kg.
Heavy bulls made from 250c to 338c, medium weights returned 280c to 370c depending on quality and a good quality run of light weight bullies were in demand making from 340c to 576c /kg.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 3rd May 2022
Comparison Date 26/04/22
Yarding 5,989 Change + 432

A small yarding offered with store sheep lines increasing in numbers. Prices fluctuated with heavy lambs and ewes gaining while poorly presented sheep easing with little demand. Well-presented heavy lambs sold to a top of $226/head while heavy ewes returned $180 carrying a full fleece.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $75 to $116 while trade weights sold from $122 to $177 for Merino lambs. An excellent quality run of heavy lambs made from $164 to a top of $226/head. Ram lambs sold to processors for $40 to $192 depending on weights.

Merino wether hoggets sold for $125 to $173 and young Merino ewe hoggets at $50 to $164/head. Xbred hoggets returned $120 to $162/head.

Mutton fluctuated with a mixed quality yarding on offer. Store ewes sold at $41 to $126 while medium weight ewes returned $90 to $176 with a fleece and heavy ewes returned $160 to $180/head. The best heavy wethers returned $170 and mature rams gained with demand selling from $40 to $164 to processors.

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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 SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 17th May 2022
Comparison Date 10/05/22
Yarding 5,853 Change - 5,141

Numbers halved this week for a small yarding dominated by lambs. The lamb prices trended down with processor demand easier & selective with the numbers offered. Heavy lambs sold to a top of $186 while heavier weight ewes gained in price with the low numbers on offer.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $45 for light store lines up to $125/head for the best presented prime pens. Trade weights sold from $95 to $138/head. An excellent quality run of heavy lambs made from $130 to a top of $186/head. Heavy ram lambs sold to processors for $105 to $130/head. Merino wether hoggets made $77 to $100/head and young Merino ewe hoggets sold at $61 up to $168/head for the best.

Mutton fluctuated with store ewes selling from $51 to $100 and medium to heavy weight ewes returned $110 to $155/head with a fleece. The best heavy wethers returned $180/head and mature rams finished down on last week selling from $52 to $100/head to processors.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 16th May 2022
Comparison Date 09/05/2021
Yarding 889
Change + 225

Numbers were up for a mixed quality yarding dominated by pastoral cattle. All categories eased this week with little processor demand and small butchers absent. Medium weight yearling steers topped the market at 568c while processors paid a top of 300c for heavy prime cows and a large yarding of store cows sold mainly to feeder buyers. Heavy bulls eased selling to a top of 328c/kg.

Local bred weaner steers sold from 460c to 528c while heifers made from 372c to 522c quality dependent.

Yearling steers sold from 312c to 568c for local bred lines and from 258c to 290c for the pastoral types. Yearling heifers returned 294c to 450c for local bred lines and from 220c to 296c for the pastoral heifers.

Grown steers made 330c to 366c to processors and feeder steers returned 260c to 396c /kg. Grown heifers sold from 316c to 340c / kg.

Prime cows were back selling from 270c to 300c while store cows sold to feeder buyers for 150c to 288c /kg.

Heavy bulls made from 250c to 328c, medium weights returned 220c to 370c depending on quality while a mainly good quality run of light weight bullies sold from 248c to 536c /kg.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 10th May 2022
Comparison Date 03/05/22
Yarding 10,994 Change + 5,005

Numbers doubled with a mainly improved quality yarding. Prices trended down with processor demand easier & selective with the added numbers. A great quality run of heavy lambs eased with a top price of $197 paid for a pen of 30kg cwt lambs. Heaviest ewes remained fairly firm with demand dropping off at the end of the sale.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $40 for light store lines up to $133 for the best presented prime pens. Trade weights sold from $112 to $161/head. An excellent quality run of heavy lambs made from $150 to a top of $197/head. Ram lambs sold to processors for $67 to $150 depending on weights.

Merino wether hoggets sold for $69 to $175 and young Merino ewe hoggets at $50 to $166/head. Xbred hoggets returned $130 to $155/head.

Mutton eased with numbers with store ewes selling from $30 to $133, medium weight ewes returned $120 to $155 with a fleece and heavy ewes returned $150 to $168/head. The best heavy wethers returned $170 and mature rams fluctuated finishing down on last week selling from $70 to $110 to processors.

SOURCE NLRS
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Comment on Facebook

Prices dropped a fair bit

Andrew Moore

Mick Hopgood

Kyle Brenton

Karla Karla Hopgood

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 9th May 2022
Comparison Date 02/05/2021
Yarding 664
Change - 834

Numbers eased for a small yarding dominated by cows. Prime lines remained firm while store cows to feeder buyers gained with demand. Heavy bulls eased while a large yarding of younger bulls sold with demand even with one main operator not present.
Local bred weaner heifers made from 438c to 560c quality dependent.

Yearling steers sold from 540c to 570c for local bred lines and from 320c to 412c for the pastoral types. Yearling heifers returned 380c to 546c for local bred lines and from 236c to 414c for the better-quality pastoral heifers.

Grown steers sold from 308c to 440c while the grown heifers including pastoral types made from 324c to 438c / kg.

Prime cows were mainly firm making 308c to 342c while store cows were in demand selling to feeder buyers for 220c up to 354c /kg.
Heavy bulls made from 250c to 338c, medium weights returned 280c to 370c depending on quality and a good quality run of light weight bullies were in demand making from 340c to 576c /kg.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 3rd May 2022
Comparison Date 26/04/22
Yarding 5,989 Change + 432

A small yarding offered with store sheep lines increasing in numbers. Prices fluctuated with heavy lambs and ewes gaining while poorly presented sheep easing with little demand. Well-presented heavy lambs sold to a top of $226/head while heavy ewes returned $180 carrying a full fleece.

Airfreight weight lambs made from $75 to $116 while trade weights sold from $122 to $177 for Merino lambs. An excellent quality run of heavy lambs made from $164 to a top of $226/head. Ram lambs sold to processors for $40 to $192 depending on weights.

Merino wether hoggets sold for $125 to $173 and young Merino ewe hoggets at $50 to $164/head. Xbred hoggets returned $120 to $162/head.

Mutton fluctuated with a mixed quality yarding on offer. Store ewes sold at $41 to $126 while medium weight ewes returned $90 to $176 with a fleece and heavy ewes returned $160 to $180/head. The best heavy wethers returned $170 and mature rams gained with demand selling from $40 to $164 to processors.

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