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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 25th January 2021
Comparison Date 18/01/2021
Yarding 1397
Change 168

Muchea cattle market penned 1,397 up by 150 head on last week, again the quality varied and had an impact on prices. Weaner prices remained firm overall however, a new Muchea record price for the under 200kg steers was achieved topping at 564c/kg. Yearling heifers gained from 10c to 30c on a better quality offering, conversely the yearling steers eased 10c/kg, quality driven and grown steers and grown heifers were 5c to 10c dearer. In the cow market strong demand from feeders and restockers pushed younger types up by 25c and the older types to processors were 10c/kg dearer. Light and medium weight bulls to live export gained from 25c to 30c, with heavy weights back by 20c to 30c/kg.

In the weaner portion of the yarding, the local prime weaner steers to feeders sold from 376c to 564c firm, the corresponding pastoral weaner steers sold from 290c to 380c/kg, firm. Local weaner heifers, prime sold from 320c to 496c, firm the prime pastoral weaner heifers that sold from 356c to 392c/kg firm.

Yearling steers local to the trade sold from 340c to 386c/kg, down 10c with the pastorals making from 240c to 368c/kg, firm. Local yearling heifers to the trade sold from 282c to 380c, up 10c/kg. The pastoral yearling heifers were mainly supplementary grain fed with the medium and heavies selling from 300c to 352c up by 30c/kg. Local grown steers 500 kg and over sold from 360 to 370c/kg, up 10c. Grown heifers 294c to 330c, up 10c/kg.

In the cow market, the medium weight score 2 to processors sold from from 200c to 246c/kg, firm. Prime cows to to processors sold from 240c to 290c, up 10c/kg for medium weights and firm on extra heavies. Medium weight younger cows to feeders and restockers gained 25c selling from 200c to 276c/kg. Bulls, including pastorals light to live export, sold from 260c to 442c up 30c, with medium weight range 450 to 600kg to live export making from 316c to 362c up 25c. Prime heavy to live export and processors eased by 20c to 30c and sold from 220c to 328c/kg.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 19th January 2021
Yarding 12,786 - Change 3833
Lamb 6000 Change 1750
Sheep 6786 Change 2083
Comparison Date 12/01/2021

With a penning of 12,786 numbers were up by 3,800 head on last week in an similar quality yarding. Demand for store and airfreight type lambs from a combination of graziers, feedlotters, the trade and live exporters pushed these to be $5/head dearer with trade and heavy lambs firm. In the mutton market light and medium weight boners were $5 to $10/head easier, medium trade weights and heavies remained firm.

In the lamb section, there was again no disparity in prices between old and new seasons lambs. The very light weight lambs 11 to 12kg sold to graziers from $65 to $85/head. The 13 to 17kg air freight types sold from $80 to $139/head or 770c/kg cwt. The 18 to 20kg light trade lambs sold from $133 to $147/head or 735c/kg cwt. The prime 21 to 22kg lambs sold from $135 to $168 or to average 720c/kg cwt. Heavier weights above 23kg sold from $159 to $177/head also to 720c/kg cwt average. Hoggets remained firm on quality, with sales from $120 to $157/head or to average 535c/kg cwt.

The heavy older wethers to processors were firm on a small selection and the best sold from $143 to $169/head. In the ewe mutton market, values fluctuated. The light weight boners eased $5 and sold from $67 to $85, medium weight boners 19 to 24kg sold from $85 to $130 to ease by $10/head. The prime 25 to 30kg lines sold from $130 to $172/head, the tops held a large fleece and rates averaged 530c/kg cwt. Heavier weights sold from $160 to $183/head or to average 520c/kg cwt and remained firm.

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 18th January 2021
Comparison Date 11/01/2021
Yarding 1229
Change -144

Muchea cattle market penned 1229 head down 150 on last week. Quality was mixed and had a big bearing on values that gave a somewhat erratic trend overall. Weaner cattle apart from the local heifers eased 5c, local weaner heifers gained 15c.Local yearling steers gained 10c whereas the local yearling heifers eased 10c. Heavy bullocks gained 10c, grown heifers local fell 10c with the corresponding pastorals up by 20c. Prime cows eased 7c. Liveexport demand was stronger on the light and medium
weight bulls that gained 25 to 30c/kg.

In the weaner portion of the yarding, the local prime weaner steers to feeders sold from 320 to 478c/kg down 5c, the corresponding pastoral weaner steers that sold at 328 to 398c/kg, eased 5, quality driven. Local weaner heifers, prime sold from 310 to 450c/kg, up 15c with the prime pastoral Weaner heifers that sold at 316c were down by 5c.

Yearling steers local to the trade sold from 350 to 392c/kg, up 10c with the pastorals at 300 to 376c/kg firm. Local yearling heifers to the trade sold from 308 to 380c, down 10c. The pastoral yearling heifers were mainly supplementary grain fed with light weights at 300 to 330c/kg up 10c, the medium and heavies from 298 to 342c/kg down 30c.

Grown steers 500kgs plus, local sold from 358 to 366c/kg, to liveexport and were firm. Heavy bullocks at 300 to 358c/kg, gained 10c. Grown heifers 300 to 352c/kg, down 10c.

In the cow market, the medium weight score 2s to processors sold from from 226 to 248c/kg, down 5c. The prime to processors sold from 248 to 276c/kg, eased 7c.

Bulls, including pastorals light to liveexport, sold from 240 to 396c up 25c, with the medium weight range, 450 to 600kgs to
liveexport at 244 to 352c up 30c. Prime heavy to liveexport and processors eased 10c and sold from 266 to 278c/kg.

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Updated Order of Sale as of 12.01.2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Updated Order of Sale as of 12.01.2021

Messaged posted on behalf of Greg Lott, WAMIA CEO

Dear MLC Users

Following discussions with Agents this is to confirm that there will be a cattle sale on Monday 25th of January, prior to Australia Day, however there will be no sheep sale that week.
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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 25th January 2021
Comparison Date 18/01/2021
Yarding 1397
Change 168

Muchea cattle market penned 1,397 up by 150 head on last week, again the quality varied and had an impact on prices. Weaner prices remained firm overall however, a new Muchea record price for the under 200kg steers was achieved topping at 564c/kg. Yearling heifers gained from 10c to 30c on a better quality offering, conversely the yearling steers eased 10c/kg, quality driven and grown steers and grown heifers were 5c to 10c dearer. In the cow market strong demand from feeders and restockers pushed younger types up by 25c and the older types to processors were 10c/kg dearer. Light and medium weight bulls to live export gained from 25c to 30c, with heavy weights back by 20c to 30c/kg.

In the weaner portion of the yarding, the local prime weaner steers to feeders sold from 376c to 564c firm, the corresponding pastoral weaner steers sold from 290c to 380c/kg, firm. Local weaner heifers, prime sold from 320c to 496c, firm the prime pastoral weaner heifers that sold from 356c to 392c/kg firm.

Yearling steers local to the trade sold from 340c to 386c/kg, down 10c with the pastorals making from 240c to 368c/kg, firm. Local yearling heifers to the trade sold from 282c to 380c, up 10c/kg. The pastoral yearling heifers were mainly supplementary grain fed with the medium and heavies selling from 300c to 352c up by 30c/kg. Local grown steers 500 kg and over sold from 360 to 370c/kg, up 10c. Grown heifers 294c to 330c, up 10c/kg.

In the cow market, the medium weight score 2 to processors sold from from 200c to 246c/kg, firm. Prime cows to to processors sold from 240c to 290c, up 10c/kg for medium weights and firm on extra heavies. Medium weight younger cows to feeders and restockers gained 25c selling from 200c to 276c/kg. Bulls, including pastorals light to live export, sold from 260c to 442c up 30c, with medium weight range 450 to 600kg to live export making from 316c to 362c up 25c. Prime heavy to live export and processors eased by 20c to 30c and sold from 220c to 328c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 19th January 2021
Yarding 12,786 - Change 3833
Lamb 6000 Change 1750
Sheep 6786 Change 2083
Comparison Date 12/01/2021

With a penning of 12,786 numbers were up by 3,800 head on last week in an similar quality yarding. Demand for store and airfreight type lambs from a combination of graziers, feedlotters, the trade and live exporters pushed these to be $5/head dearer with trade and heavy lambs firm. In the mutton market light and medium weight boners were $5 to $10/head easier, medium trade weights and heavies remained firm.

In the lamb section, there was again no disparity in prices between old and new seasons lambs. The very light weight lambs 11 to 12kg sold to graziers from $65 to $85/head. The 13 to 17kg air freight types sold from $80 to $139/head or 770c/kg cwt. The 18 to 20kg light trade lambs sold from $133 to $147/head or 735c/kg cwt. The prime 21 to 22kg lambs sold from $135 to $168 or to average 720c/kg cwt. Heavier weights above 23kg sold from $159 to $177/head also to 720c/kg cwt average. Hoggets remained firm on quality, with sales from $120 to $157/head or to average 535c/kg cwt.

The heavy older wethers to processors were firm on a small selection and the best sold from $143 to $169/head. In the ewe mutton market, values fluctuated. The light weight boners eased $5 and sold from $67 to $85, medium weight boners 19 to 24kg sold from $85 to $130 to ease by $10/head. The prime 25 to 30kg lines sold from $130 to $172/head, the tops held a large fleece and rates averaged 530c/kg cwt. Heavier weights sold from $160 to $183/head or to average 520c/kg cwt and remained firm.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 18th January 2021
Comparison Date 11/01/2021
Yarding 1229
Change -144

Muchea cattle market penned 1229 head down 150 on last week. Quality was mixed and had a big bearing on values that gave a somewhat erratic trend overall. Weaner cattle apart from the local heifers eased 5c, local weaner heifers gained 15c.Local yearling steers gained 10c whereas the local yearling heifers eased 10c. Heavy bullocks gained 10c, grown heifers local fell 10c with the corresponding pastorals up by 20c. Prime cows eased 7c. Liveexport demand was stronger on the light and medium
weight bulls that gained 25 to 30c/kg.

In the weaner portion of the yarding, the local prime weaner steers to feeders sold from 320 to 478c/kg down 5c, the corresponding pastoral weaner steers that sold at 328 to 398c/kg, eased 5, quality driven. Local weaner heifers, prime sold from 310 to 450c/kg, up 15c with the prime pastoral Weaner heifers that sold at 316c were down by 5c.

Yearling steers local to the trade sold from 350 to 392c/kg, up 10c with the pastorals at 300 to 376c/kg firm. Local yearling heifers to the trade sold from 308 to 380c, down 10c. The pastoral yearling heifers were mainly supplementary grain fed with light weights at 300 to 330c/kg up 10c, the medium and heavies from 298 to 342c/kg down 30c.

Grown steers 500kgs plus, local sold from 358 to 366c/kg, to liveexport and were firm. Heavy bullocks at 300 to 358c/kg, gained 10c. Grown heifers 300 to 352c/kg, down 10c.

In the cow market, the medium weight score 2s to processors sold from from 226 to 248c/kg, down 5c. The prime to processors sold from 248 to 276c/kg, eased 7c.

Bulls, including pastorals light to liveexport, sold from 240 to 396c up 25c, with the medium weight range, 450 to 600kgs to
liveexport at 244 to 352c up 30c. Prime heavy to liveexport and processors eased 10c and sold from 266 to 278c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

Updated Order of Sale as of 12.01.2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Updated Order of Sale as of 12.01.2021

Messaged posted on behalf of Greg Lott, WAMIA CEO

Dear MLC Users

Following discussions with Agents this is to confirm that there will be a cattle sale on Monday 25th of January, prior to Australia Day, however there will be no sheep sale that week.
... See MoreSee Less

Load more

News

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