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MUCHEA SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 22/11/22
Total Yarding: 4,952 - Sheep 2,457 Lambs: 2,495

Numbers were up slightly this week with 2457 sheep and 2495 lambs for a total of 4952 head. A short supply of finished lambs were on offer today with most lambs in store condition. heavy Mutton was prominent along with some good wethers but very few rams and ram lambs. Most regular buyers were present today with feeder buyers keen to purchase and restockers active on both store lambs and provided good competition on Merino ewes for the paddock.

Store lambs made from $10 to $82 and Light lambs were selling from $69 to $108/head.Trade lambs returned $90 to $145 and heavy lambs sold up to $168/head. The few store ram lambs presented made from $17 to $74.

Prime Merino wether hoggets were making $85 to $138 with 50mm of wool while Merino ewe hoggets returned $50 to $126 also with a fleece. Prime X-bred hoggets sold from $75 to $ 110 and younger rams were selling to $80/head.

Boner ewes made $40 to $72, medium ewes were selling up to $106 and heavy ewes returned $95 to $115/head.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA CATTLE REPORT 21/11/22
Total Yarding 2,235

A jump in numbers this week by 637 with 2114 live weight and 121 calves.

Quality overall was lifted today by Local cattle being more prominent with some excellent lines of both young Angus cattle and Angus cows. Although the usual field of buyers were active Local vealer steers and heifers were down 20 to 30c/kg while yearling and grown cattle were firm.

Vealer steers returned 400c to 570c and vealer heifers made from 320c to 578c/kg. Local yearling steers to restockers and feeders selling from 340c up to 528c for the better types while local yearling heifers sold up 454c/kg.

Grown steers returned 258c to 430c and local Grown heifers sold from 280c to 410c/kg. Light weight cows were making 140c to 200c, medium cows selling up 260c while heavy cows returned up to 330ckg.

Mature heavy bulls returned up to 252c and pastoral shipping bulls sold from 220c up to 582c for the lighter weights.

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MUCHEA SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 15/11/22

Total Yarding: 4,567 – Up 1,722 Sheep: 2,914 Lambs: 1,653

An increase in numbers by 1722 for a total of 4567 head, the increase mainly consisted of aged sheep with a similar offering of lambs to last week with limited pens of conditioned lambs and mostly lighter weight lambs to feeders and restockers. The usual field of buyers were active but with the competition of some new buyers’ prices across most lamb and young sheep categories rose by $10 to $12/head. Mutton was slightly stronger, and rams returned $15 dearer.

New season store lambs made from $30 to $72 while light lambs were selling from $65 to $122/head. Trade lambs returned $97 to $139 and heavy lambs sold up to $161/head. ram lambs made up to $121 while Light weight old season lambs returned $40 to $75 and the heavier types up to $115/head.

Heavier Merino wether hoggets were making $82 to $117 while Merino ewe hoggets returned up to $101/head. X-bred hoggets sold to $103 and younger rams were selling up to $80/head
Boner ewes made $21 to $65, medium ewes were selling up to $105 and heavy ewes sold to $121/head. Mature rams averaged $40/head.

MARKETING SOURCE - NLRS
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15/11/2022 Muchea Sheep And Lamb Report
14/11/2022 Muchea Cattle Sale

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MUCHEA SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 22/11/22
Total Yarding: 4,952 - Sheep 2,457 Lambs: 2,495

Numbers were up slightly this week with 2457 sheep and 2495 lambs for a total of 4952 head. A short supply of finished lambs were on offer today with most lambs in store condition. heavy Mutton was prominent along with some good wethers but very few rams and ram lambs. Most regular buyers were present today with feeder buyers keen to purchase and restockers active on both store lambs and provided good competition on Merino ewes for the paddock.

Store lambs made from $10 to $82 and Light lambs were selling from $69 to $108/head.Trade lambs returned $90 to $145 and heavy lambs sold up to $168/head. The few store ram lambs presented made from $17 to $74.

Prime Merino wether hoggets were making $85 to $138 with 50mm of wool while Merino ewe hoggets returned $50 to $126 also with a fleece. Prime X-bred hoggets sold from $75 to $ 110 and younger rams were selling to $80/head.

Boner ewes made $40 to $72, medium ewes were selling up to $106 and heavy ewes returned $95 to $115/head.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA CATTLE REPORT 21/11/22
Total Yarding 2,235

A jump in numbers this week by 637 with 2114 live weight and 121 calves.

Quality overall was lifted today by Local cattle being more prominent with some excellent lines of both young Angus cattle and Angus cows. Although the usual field of buyers were active Local vealer steers and heifers were down 20 to 30c/kg while yearling and grown cattle were firm.

Vealer steers returned 400c to 570c and vealer heifers made from 320c to 578c/kg. Local yearling steers to restockers and feeders selling from 340c up to 528c for the better types while local yearling heifers sold up 454c/kg.

Grown steers returned 258c to 430c and local Grown heifers sold from 280c to 410c/kg. Light weight cows were making 140c to 200c, medium cows selling up 260c while heavy cows returned up to 330ckg.

Mature heavy bulls returned up to 252c and pastoral shipping bulls sold from 220c up to 582c for the lighter weights.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 15/11/22

Total Yarding: 4,567 – Up 1,722 Sheep: 2,914 Lambs: 1,653

An increase in numbers by 1722 for a total of 4567 head, the increase mainly consisted of aged sheep with a similar offering of lambs to last week with limited pens of conditioned lambs and mostly lighter weight lambs to feeders and restockers. The usual field of buyers were active but with the competition of some new buyers’ prices across most lamb and young sheep categories rose by $10 to $12/head. Mutton was slightly stronger, and rams returned $15 dearer.

New season store lambs made from $30 to $72 while light lambs were selling from $65 to $122/head. Trade lambs returned $97 to $139 and heavy lambs sold up to $161/head. ram lambs made up to $121 while Light weight old season lambs returned $40 to $75 and the heavier types up to $115/head.

Heavier Merino wether hoggets were making $82 to $117 while Merino ewe hoggets returned up to $101/head. X-bred hoggets sold to $103 and younger rams were selling up to $80/head
Boner ewes made $21 to $65, medium ewes were selling up to $105 and heavy ewes sold to $121/head. Mature rams averaged $40/head.

MARKETING SOURCE - NLRS
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Date Description
15/11/2022 Muchea Sheep And Lamb Report
14/11/2022 Muchea Cattle Sale
Western Australian Meat Industry Authority - WAMIA