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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 26th October 2021
Comparison Date 26/10/21
Yarding 8,550 - Change -4,450
Lamb 4,550 - Change - 3,450
Sheep 4,000- Change -1,000

Numbers fell by 4550 with 8450 head penned in a somewhat similar quality yarding. The reduced numbers had a positive effect on values for most types.

In the lamb section very strong grazier demand continued and the lightweight new seasons lambs 13 to 16kg gained $10/head. Lambs 17kg to 22kg were up $5 with heavies back $5/head on reduced demand. Hoggets gained $7/head. Best heavy wethers were up by $6 and the mutton market was $10 to $15/head dearer.

New season light store lambs sold to graziers. The 0kg to 12kg sold from $70 to $120/head. The 13kg to 16kg weight range sold from $100 to $139, up $10/head at near 835c/kg cwt. The 17kg to 18kg at $138 to $149, gained $5/head, at 805c/kg cwt.

Trade lambs 21kg to 22kg gained $5 and sold from $150 to $175/head at near 760c/kg cwt. Prime 23kg eased $5 and sold from $168 to $178/head at 700c/kg cwt. A pen of very heavy old lambs near 30kg topped the lamb sale at $190, but generally the old lambs were consistently $10 to $20/head below new season rates.

Best heavy hoggets to the trade gained $7 and sold from $145 to $175/head at near 630c/kg cwt. Graziers were active on store wether hoggets with sales from $120 to $155/head.

The yarding of mutton met solid competition for all types. Medium weight boners 23kg to 24kg at 600c/kg cwt, with sales from $119 to $158, up $10/head on last weeks rates. Values at 610c/kg cwt for the 25kg to 30kg range were also up $10 with sales from $149 to $182/head. Heavier weights sold from $167 to $204, up $15/head, at near 520c/kg cwt.

A small selection of heavy wethers gained $6 and sold from $165 to $189/head.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 25th October 2021
Comparison Date 18/10/2021
Yarding 1,812
Change -188

Muchea cattle market penned 1,812 head, down by 188 on last week in an improved quality yarding on local types, pushing values up by 20c to 50c/kg on the local weaner steers, yearling steers, grown steers and grown heifers. Young pastoral heifers gained 30c to 40c/kg on stronger grazier demand. The hard high yielding heavy prime cows remained firm, with medium weight prime cows easing 20c/kg. Demand from feeders and live export pushed light weight bull values up by 20c and the heavy prime to processors gained 7c/kg. Again, the pastoral types made up over 80% of the yarding.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner steers sold from 288c to 470c, while weaner heifers sold from 280c to 420c, up 40c/kg. Yearling steers sold from 328c to 400c down 10c while heifers were up 30c, selling from 310c to 368c/kg. Local weaner steers sold from 486c to 698c, up 40c, and the heifers sold firm from 478c to 544c/kg. Local yearling steers gained 50c on a better selection with sales from 400c to 528c/kg. The heifers lacked quality and sold from 272c to 432c, down by 80c/kg.

The manufacturing section including pastorals sold from 400c to 466c, up 35c/kg. The grown heifers made from 340c to 438c, up by 20c/kg. The penning of cows, that were mainly pastoral bred, saw only the very heavy top prime high yielding score 3 cows sell from 330c to 342c/kg, firm. Most of the medium weight prime cows eased 20c and sold from 288c to 300c/kg. Score 2 medium weights gained 15c and sold from 256c to 288c/kg. Bulls, including pastorals, light to feeders and live export, sold from 318c to 610c, up by 20c/kg. The medium weights to live export and feeders fell 30c on a poorer selection, making form 302c to 372c/kg. Prime heavy weights to processors made from 300c to 344c, gaining 7c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Comparison Date 12/10/21
Yarding 13,000 - Change 2,656
Lamb 8,000 - Change 2,156
Sheep 5,000- Change 500

Numbers jumped by 2650 with 13000 head penned in a lesser quality yarding.

In the lamb section very strong grazier demand continued and the lightweight new seasons lambs 16kg and under remained firm with 17kg to 18kgs down $3/head, the 19kg to 20kg range again firm. Prime trade and heavy weights eased $5 to $7/head, quality driven at near 730c/kg cwt. Hoggets eased $10/head. Light and medium weight boner ewes were firm, with trade and heavy weight ewes down $10/head at near 500c to 540c/kg cwt.

New seasons light store lambs sold to graziers. The 0kg to 12kg sold from $58 to $109/head. The 13kg to 16kg weight range sold from $100 to $141, both classes firm, with the 17kg to 18kg at $124 to $148, down by $3/head, at near 790c/kg cwt.

Trade lambs 21kg to 22kg eased $5 and sold from $149 to $172/head at near 730c/kg cwt. Prime 23kg eased $7 and sold from $171 to $183/head, at 720c/kg cwt.

Best heavy hoggets to the trade eased $10 and sold from $147 to $165/head. Graziers pushed store wether hoggets up $10 with sales from $120 to $160/head.

The yarding of mutton met solid competition on lighter types. Medium weight boners 19kg to 24kg at 580c/kg cwt, with sales from $100 to $146/head, firm on last weeks rates. Values at 540c/kg cwt for the 25kg to 30kg range were down $10 with sales from $135 to $168/head. Heavier weights sold from $150 to $166 again down $10/head.

A small selection of heavy wethers remained firm and sold from $160 to $190/head.

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Dear All,

You will be aware that the MLC is now an AgriNous supported saleyard.

AgriNous offers a range of services and reports which will be useful for Agents and their customers.

AgriNous Buyer Portal:

Along with traditional post-sale report dissemination, AgriNous equipped saleyards provide a free ‘Buyer Portal’ to all purchasers.

This portal works on any device and provides the buyer (& their team) with a window into their purchases, all reports, averages, prices, weights and devices (EIDs) in real-time. The data is provisional until the sale is confirmed by the agent or saleyard (depending on the processes in place at that given site).

This offering has been in existence for over 3 years now and is met with high regard by the buying fraternity spanning from Meat Processing companies to Agents buying on behalf of producer clients.

The level of access to this portal offering can be configured to work with Compliance Users, Commercial users or a combination of both. An example of this is JBS processing purchases on behalf of Coles, where Coles do not want JBS knowing what price they have paid for the animals.

Register your access today for the AgriNous Buyer Portal.
... See MoreSee Less

Dear All,

You will be aware that the MLC is now an AgriNous supported saleyard.

AgriNous offers a range of services and reports which will be useful for Agents and their customers.

AgriNous Buyer Portal:

Along with traditional post-sale report dissemination, AgriNous equipped saleyards provide a free ‘Buyer Portal’ to all purchasers.

This portal works on any device and provides the buyer (& their team) with a window into their purchases, all reports, averages, prices, weights and devices (EIDs) in real-time. The data is provisional until the sale is confirmed by the agent or saleyard (depending on the processes in place at that given site).

This offering has been in existence for over 3 years now and is met with high regard by the buying fraternity spanning from Meat Processing companies to Agents buying on behalf of producer clients.

The level of access to this portal offering can be configured to work with Compliance Users, Commercial users or a combination of both. An example of this is JBS processing purchases on behalf of Coles, where Coles do not want JBS knowing what price they have paid for the animals.

Register your access today for the AgriNous Buyer Portal.

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 18th October 2021
Comparison Date 11/10/2021
Yarding 2,000
Change 199

Muchea cattle market penned 2000 head, up by 200 on last week in an overall reduced quality yarding, lacking the large lines of hard high yielding pastoral cows that dominated last weeks sale. Again the content comprised of over 95% pastoral cattle.

With few local cattle penned, demand from graziers for the young score 2 local weaners remained solid and they were firm. The local yearling steers gained 20c with heifers up 50c/kg. Pastoral young cattle received stronger demand with weaners up 60c and yearlings up 20c/kg.

Heavy processing cattle were mainly 10 to 20c/kg easier.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner steers sold at 472c, up 60c, weaner heifers sold from 250c to 404c, up 60c/kg. Yearling steers sold from 300c to 442c, up 20c, with the heifers also 20c dearer, they sold from 240c to 402c/kg. Local weaners were firm, the steers from 506c to 578c and the heifers from 466c to 576c/kg. Local yearlings gained on a light selection with the steers from 430c to 486c, up 20c and the heifers from 428c to 496c, up by 50c/kg.

The manufacturing section including pastorals. Grown steers sold from 372c to 398c, down 10c/kg. The grown heifers at 358c to 400c, also fell by 10c/kg.

The big penning of cows, that were mainly pastoral bred, saw only the very heavy top prime high yielding score 3 cows sell from 330c to 358c, firm, as new processor competition from interstate bolstered this section. The majority of the medium weight prime cows eased 15c to 20c/kg.

Bulls, including pastorals, light to feeders and live export, sold from 298c to 560c, up by 50c/kg. The medium weights to live export gained 50c at 280c to 384c/kg. Heavy prime to live export gained 30c and sold from 310c to 378c/kg. Prime heavy to processors from 270c to 328c/kg, eased 7c/kg.

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11/03/2020 EOI – Sheep Grazing Land – Muchea

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 26th October 2021
Comparison Date 26/10/21
Yarding 8,550 - Change -4,450
Lamb 4,550 - Change - 3,450
Sheep 4,000- Change -1,000

Numbers fell by 4550 with 8450 head penned in a somewhat similar quality yarding. The reduced numbers had a positive effect on values for most types.

In the lamb section very strong grazier demand continued and the lightweight new seasons lambs 13 to 16kg gained $10/head. Lambs 17kg to 22kg were up $5 with heavies back $5/head on reduced demand. Hoggets gained $7/head. Best heavy wethers were up by $6 and the mutton market was $10 to $15/head dearer.

New season light store lambs sold to graziers. The 0kg to 12kg sold from $70 to $120/head. The 13kg to 16kg weight range sold from $100 to $139, up $10/head at near 835c/kg cwt. The 17kg to 18kg at $138 to $149, gained $5/head, at 805c/kg cwt.

Trade lambs 21kg to 22kg gained $5 and sold from $150 to $175/head at near 760c/kg cwt. Prime 23kg eased $5 and sold from $168 to $178/head at 700c/kg cwt. A pen of very heavy old lambs near 30kg topped the lamb sale at $190, but generally the old lambs were consistently $10 to $20/head below new season rates.

Best heavy hoggets to the trade gained $7 and sold from $145 to $175/head at near 630c/kg cwt. Graziers were active on store wether hoggets with sales from $120 to $155/head.

The yarding of mutton met solid competition for all types. Medium weight boners 23kg to 24kg at 600c/kg cwt, with sales from $119 to $158, up $10/head on last weeks rates. Values at 610c/kg cwt for the 25kg to 30kg range were also up $10 with sales from $149 to $182/head. Heavier weights sold from $167 to $204, up $15/head, at near 520c/kg cwt.

A small selection of heavy wethers gained $6 and sold from $165 to $189/head.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 25th October 2021
Comparison Date 18/10/2021
Yarding 1,812
Change -188

Muchea cattle market penned 1,812 head, down by 188 on last week in an improved quality yarding on local types, pushing values up by 20c to 50c/kg on the local weaner steers, yearling steers, grown steers and grown heifers. Young pastoral heifers gained 30c to 40c/kg on stronger grazier demand. The hard high yielding heavy prime cows remained firm, with medium weight prime cows easing 20c/kg. Demand from feeders and live export pushed light weight bull values up by 20c and the heavy prime to processors gained 7c/kg. Again, the pastoral types made up over 80% of the yarding.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner steers sold from 288c to 470c, while weaner heifers sold from 280c to 420c, up 40c/kg. Yearling steers sold from 328c to 400c down 10c while heifers were up 30c, selling from 310c to 368c/kg. Local weaner steers sold from 486c to 698c, up 40c, and the heifers sold firm from 478c to 544c/kg. Local yearling steers gained 50c on a better selection with sales from 400c to 528c/kg. The heifers lacked quality and sold from 272c to 432c, down by 80c/kg.

The manufacturing section including pastorals sold from 400c to 466c, up 35c/kg. The grown heifers made from 340c to 438c, up by 20c/kg. The penning of cows, that were mainly pastoral bred, saw only the very heavy top prime high yielding score 3 cows sell from 330c to 342c/kg, firm. Most of the medium weight prime cows eased 20c and sold from 288c to 300c/kg. Score 2 medium weights gained 15c and sold from 256c to 288c/kg. Bulls, including pastorals, light to feeders and live export, sold from 318c to 610c, up by 20c/kg. The medium weights to live export and feeders fell 30c on a poorer selection, making form 302c to 372c/kg. Prime heavy weights to processors made from 300c to 344c, gaining 7c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 19th October 2021
Comparison Date 12/10/21
Yarding 13,000 - Change 2,656
Lamb 8,000 - Change 2,156
Sheep 5,000- Change 500

Numbers jumped by 2650 with 13000 head penned in a lesser quality yarding.

In the lamb section very strong grazier demand continued and the lightweight new seasons lambs 16kg and under remained firm with 17kg to 18kgs down $3/head, the 19kg to 20kg range again firm. Prime trade and heavy weights eased $5 to $7/head, quality driven at near 730c/kg cwt. Hoggets eased $10/head. Light and medium weight boner ewes were firm, with trade and heavy weight ewes down $10/head at near 500c to 540c/kg cwt.

New seasons light store lambs sold to graziers. The 0kg to 12kg sold from $58 to $109/head. The 13kg to 16kg weight range sold from $100 to $141, both classes firm, with the 17kg to 18kg at $124 to $148, down by $3/head, at near 790c/kg cwt.

Trade lambs 21kg to 22kg eased $5 and sold from $149 to $172/head at near 730c/kg cwt. Prime 23kg eased $7 and sold from $171 to $183/head, at 720c/kg cwt.

Best heavy hoggets to the trade eased $10 and sold from $147 to $165/head. Graziers pushed store wether hoggets up $10 with sales from $120 to $160/head.

The yarding of mutton met solid competition on lighter types. Medium weight boners 19kg to 24kg at 580c/kg cwt, with sales from $100 to $146/head, firm on last weeks rates. Values at 540c/kg cwt for the 25kg to 30kg range were down $10 with sales from $135 to $168/head. Heavier weights sold from $150 to $166 again down $10/head.

A small selection of heavy wethers remained firm and sold from $160 to $190/head.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

Dear All,

You will be aware that the MLC is now an AgriNous supported saleyard.

AgriNous offers a range of services and reports which will be useful for Agents and their customers.

AgriNous Buyer Portal:

Along with traditional post-sale report dissemination, AgriNous equipped saleyards provide a free ‘Buyer Portal’ to all purchasers.

This portal works on any device and provides the buyer (& their team) with a window into their purchases, all reports, averages, prices, weights and devices (EIDs) in real-time. The data is provisional until the sale is confirmed by the agent or saleyard (depending on the processes in place at that given site).

This offering has been in existence for over 3 years now and is met with high regard by the buying fraternity spanning from Meat Processing companies to Agents buying on behalf of producer clients.

The level of access to this portal offering can be configured to work with Compliance Users, Commercial users or a combination of both. An example of this is JBS processing purchases on behalf of Coles, where Coles do not want JBS knowing what price they have paid for the animals.

Register your access today for the AgriNous Buyer Portal.
... See MoreSee Less

Dear All,

You will be aware that the MLC is now an AgriNous supported saleyard.

AgriNous offers a range of services and reports which will be useful for Agents and their customers.

AgriNous Buyer Portal:

Along with traditional post-sale report dissemination, AgriNous equipped saleyards provide a free ‘Buyer Portal’ to all purchasers.

This portal works on any device and provides the buyer (& their team) with a window into their purchases, all reports, averages, prices, weights and devices (EIDs) in real-time. The data is provisional until the sale is confirmed by the agent or saleyard (depending on the processes in place at that given site).

This offering has been in existence for over 3 years now and is met with high regard by the buying fraternity spanning from Meat Processing companies to Agents buying on behalf of producer clients.

The level of access to this portal offering can be configured to work with Compliance Users, Commercial users or a combination of both. An example of this is JBS processing purchases on behalf of Coles, where Coles do not want JBS knowing what price they have paid for the animals.

Register your access today for the AgriNous Buyer Portal.

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 18th October 2021
Comparison Date 11/10/2021
Yarding 2,000
Change 199

Muchea cattle market penned 2000 head, up by 200 on last week in an overall reduced quality yarding, lacking the large lines of hard high yielding pastoral cows that dominated last weeks sale. Again the content comprised of over 95% pastoral cattle.

With few local cattle penned, demand from graziers for the young score 2 local weaners remained solid and they were firm. The local yearling steers gained 20c with heifers up 50c/kg. Pastoral young cattle received stronger demand with weaners up 60c and yearlings up 20c/kg.

Heavy processing cattle were mainly 10 to 20c/kg easier.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner steers sold at 472c, up 60c, weaner heifers sold from 250c to 404c, up 60c/kg. Yearling steers sold from 300c to 442c, up 20c, with the heifers also 20c dearer, they sold from 240c to 402c/kg. Local weaners were firm, the steers from 506c to 578c and the heifers from 466c to 576c/kg. Local yearlings gained on a light selection with the steers from 430c to 486c, up 20c and the heifers from 428c to 496c, up by 50c/kg.

The manufacturing section including pastorals. Grown steers sold from 372c to 398c, down 10c/kg. The grown heifers at 358c to 400c, also fell by 10c/kg.

The big penning of cows, that were mainly pastoral bred, saw only the very heavy top prime high yielding score 3 cows sell from 330c to 358c, firm, as new processor competition from interstate bolstered this section. The majority of the medium weight prime cows eased 15c to 20c/kg.

Bulls, including pastorals, light to feeders and live export, sold from 298c to 560c, up by 50c/kg. The medium weights to live export gained 50c at 280c to 384c/kg. Heavy prime to live export gained 30c and sold from 310c to 378c/kg. Prime heavy to processors from 270c to 328c/kg, eased 7c/kg.

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