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Mandatory Covid Vaccinations Muchea Livestock Centre

Under the State Governments Mandatory Vaccination Policy, the Muchea Livestock Centre is classed as a facility deemed critical to the ongoing delivery of business and function of the community. The policy requires that:

All persons entering the site must have the first vaccine dose by the 31st December 2021 and be fully vaccinated by the 31st January 2022.

The Authority has sought further advice from the Department of Health on entry requirements and have been advised that all persons entering the MLC are either vaccinated by the prescribed date or have been provided with an exemption from vaccination by either the Australian Immunisation Register or the Chief Health Officer.

To enable the MLC to comply with the State Government policy the Authority will establish a COVID Vaccination status register of regular users. Gate opening hours will be restricted with the gate manned when open. Proof of vaccination or exemption or inclusion on the COVID Vaccination status register will be required to access the MLC. Any access outside of the gate opening hours will be by access card only.

The Authority will contact all major users to establish the vaccination status of their staff. If you are a single operator and want to continue to attend sales or wish to access the MLC outside of gate opening hours, please attend the WAMIA administration office during normal working hours to register your vaccination status or be inducted for an access card.

Should you have any questions in relation to this matter please contact me on the numbers listed below.

Regards

Steve Wainewright
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Western Australian Meat Industry Authority
Muchea Livestock Centre, Lot 5 Muchea East Road Muchea WA 6501
PO Box 390 Bullsbrook WA 6084
(08) 9571 0013
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You picked a great day to advertise this mandate. Rallies going on all over, people chucking in jobs all over, including nurses because of these ridiculous mandates forced upon you by the gov. Good luck, I hope people stand together here like they are doing all over Australia.

Can teenage students be allowed in to see the cattle sale. Also what time is Nutrien sale Monday 6/12/21

Might be a few chuck the towel in like all these workers demonstrating today against exactly what your doing here. www.facebook.com/nikki.harvey.98/videos/609488490467081

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1.

Aimee Barrington can you believe this shit

2.

MLC have you received legal advice on this?

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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 29th November 2021
Comparison Date 22/11/2021
Yarding 2,388
Change 436

Muchea cattle market penned 2,450 head, up by 450 on last week in a market dominated by pastoral cattle and a reduction in quality overall. Young cattle generally eased 10c to 20c/kg with manufacturing types holding value.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner/yearling steers sold at 372c down 10c/kg The weaner/yearling heifers sold from 280c to 425c down 20c/kg. Local weaner steers from 498c to 700c, down 10c with the heifers from 400c to 570c, overall down 15c/kg. Local yearling steers gained 20c on a better selection with sales from 396 to 528c/kg. The heifers eased 20c and sold from 365 to 464c/kg.

In the manufacturing section, local grown steers sold from 330c to 406c, up 20c/kg. The local grown heifers at 320c to 432c, up 20c/kg.

The penning of cows was firm to slightly easier. Best prime cows sold from 300c to 338c, firm to 10c/kg easier. Score 2 medium weights to manufacturers sold from mainly 220c to 288c/kg, firm. Light and medium weights to feeders also firm and sold from 262c to 300c/kg.

Bulls, including pastorals, light to live export also firm at 378c to 485c down 10c/kg. Prime heavy weights to processors from 300c to 352c, down 10c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Comparison Date 16/11/21
Yarding 8,367 - Change 1090
Lamb 4,367 - Change 90
Sheep 4,000- Change 1000

Numbers were up 1,100 with 8,367 head penned in again a very average quality yarding dominated by light store lambs.

In the lamb section, stronger grazier demand and competition on medium weight ewe and wether lambs in the 13kg to 17kg range produced gains of $5 to $10/head at near 800c/kg cwt. Trade lambs 21kg to 22kgs remained firm at near 730c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs eased $10 at again near 730c/kg cwtand sold to top at $193/head. Best hoggets were firm at near 610c and wethers also firm at 580 to 600c/kg cwt. In the ewe mutton section, values remained firm on boners and trade weights at rates near 580c, the heavy weights were up $5/head at near 560c/kg cwt.

New season light store lambs sold to graziers. The 0kg to 12kg cwt sold from $50 to $100, down $5/head. The 13kg to 16kg weight range sold from $85 to $131, up $10/head. The 17kg to 18kg at $127 to $137, up $5/head.

Trade lambs 21kg to 22kg remained firm and sold from $145 to $170/head. Prime 23kg down $10 and sold from $168 to $193/head.

Best heavy hoggets that sold to both the trade and graziers seeking wethers, remained firm and sold from $140 to $200/head.

The yarding of mutton was very mixed in quality. The light weight under 20kg were firm at $100 to $107/head. Medium weight boners 23kg to 24kg, firm, with sales from $120 to $150/head. The 25kg to 30kg range also firm with sales from $140 to $186/head, the tops with a heavy fleece. Heavier weights sold from $177 to $208, up by $5/head.

A very small selection of heavy wethers remained firm and sold from $160 to $190/head on comparable quality from last weeks sale.

SOURCE NLRS
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE (MLC) CHRISTMAS SHUTDOWN REMINDER

Dear staff, customers and users of the Muchea Livestock Centre (MLC).

Please note that a Christmas shutdown is planned to take place at MLC during the period from Thursday 23 December to Midnight Friday 7 January.

This means that:
• The final livestock auction sales will be held on:
o Monday 20 December 2021 - Cattle
o Tuesday 21 December 2021 - Sheep

All livestock must depart the MLC premises by mid-night on Wednesday December 22, 2021.

WAMIA will not accept any receivables until 12.01am on Saturday 8 January 2022.

The next scheduled livestock sale will commence on Monday 10 January 2022.

The MLC main gates will be closed during this period and only the truck wash facilities will be operational to MLC access card holders.

If you have any issues or concerns during this period, the MLC Caretaker will be contactable during this time.

WAMIA’s Administrative Office will be closed from 4.30pm on Wednesday 23 December 2021 and will re-open for business on Monday 10 January 2022.

Our Saleyard Administrational Office will resume operations on Sunday 9 January 2022.

Regards
Steve Wainewright
Acting Chief Executive Officer
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MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 22nd November 2021
Comparison Date 15/11/2021
Yarding 1,952
Change -793

Muchea cattle market penned 1952 head, down by 700 on last week in a more balanced 50:50 split between pastoral and local cattle. It was a strong sale on cows and bulls and the majority of the local young cattle penned. Pastoral young cattle eased by 10c to 20c/kg, quality driven.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner/yearling steers sold from 330c to 396c, down 10c/kg. The weaner/yearling heifers sold from 275c tov400c down 20c/kg. Local weaner steers sold from 376c to 730c, up 30c with the heifers from 360c to 652c, overall down 50c/kg. Local yearling steers remained firm on quality with sales from 398c to 452c/kg. The heifers gained 20c and sold from 436c to 476c/kg.

In the manufacturing section, local grown steers sold from 320c to 470c, down 30c/kg. The local grown heifers sold at 360c to 398c, down 6c/kg.

The penning of cows was keenly sought. The best prime cows sold from 300c to 348c/kg, firm. Score 2 medium weights to manufacturers and sold from mainly 268c to 296c/kg, firm. Light and medium weights to feeders also firm and sold from 262c to 296c/kg.

Bulls, including pastorals, light to feeders, sold from 300c to 645c/kg, firm. Light to live export also firm at 375c to 500c/kg. The medium weights to live export eased 10c, at 360c to 380c/kg. Prime heavy weights to processors sold from 300c to 358c, up 15c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
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31/03/2020 COVID-19 Update
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Mandatory Covid Vaccinations Muchea Livestock Centre

Under the State Governments Mandatory Vaccination Policy, the Muchea Livestock Centre is classed as a facility deemed critical to the ongoing delivery of business and function of the community. The policy requires that:

All persons entering the site must have the first vaccine dose by the 31st December 2021 and be fully vaccinated by the 31st January 2022.

The Authority has sought further advice from the Department of Health on entry requirements and have been advised that all persons entering the MLC are either vaccinated by the prescribed date or have been provided with an exemption from vaccination by either the Australian Immunisation Register or the Chief Health Officer.

To enable the MLC to comply with the State Government policy the Authority will establish a COVID Vaccination status register of regular users. Gate opening hours will be restricted with the gate manned when open. Proof of vaccination or exemption or inclusion on the COVID Vaccination status register will be required to access the MLC. Any access outside of the gate opening hours will be by access card only.

The Authority will contact all major users to establish the vaccination status of their staff. If you are a single operator and want to continue to attend sales or wish to access the MLC outside of gate opening hours, please attend the WAMIA administration office during normal working hours to register your vaccination status or be inducted for an access card.

Should you have any questions in relation to this matter please contact me on the numbers listed below.

Regards

Steve Wainewright
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Western Australian Meat Industry Authority
Muchea Livestock Centre, Lot 5 Muchea East Road Muchea WA 6501
PO Box 390 Bullsbrook WA 6084
(08) 9571 0013
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

You picked a great day to advertise this mandate. Rallies going on all over, people chucking in jobs all over, including nurses because of these ridiculous mandates forced upon you by the gov. Good luck, I hope people stand together here like they are doing all over Australia.

Can teenage students be allowed in to see the cattle sale. Also what time is Nutrien sale Monday 6/12/21

Might be a few chuck the towel in like all these workers demonstrating today against exactly what your doing here. www.facebook.com/nikki.harvey.98/videos/609488490467081

3.

1.

Aimee Barrington can you believe this shit

2.

MLC have you received legal advice on this?

View more comments

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 29th November 2021
Comparison Date 22/11/2021
Yarding 2,388
Change 436

Muchea cattle market penned 2,450 head, up by 450 on last week in a market dominated by pastoral cattle and a reduction in quality overall. Young cattle generally eased 10c to 20c/kg with manufacturing types holding value.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner/yearling steers sold at 372c down 10c/kg The weaner/yearling heifers sold from 280c to 425c down 20c/kg. Local weaner steers from 498c to 700c, down 10c with the heifers from 400c to 570c, overall down 15c/kg. Local yearling steers gained 20c on a better selection with sales from 396 to 528c/kg. The heifers eased 20c and sold from 365 to 464c/kg.

In the manufacturing section, local grown steers sold from 330c to 406c, up 20c/kg. The local grown heifers at 320c to 432c, up 20c/kg.

The penning of cows was firm to slightly easier. Best prime cows sold from 300c to 338c, firm to 10c/kg easier. Score 2 medium weights to manufacturers sold from mainly 220c to 288c/kg, firm. Light and medium weights to feeders also firm and sold from 262c to 300c/kg.

Bulls, including pastorals, light to live export also firm at 378c to 485c down 10c/kg. Prime heavy weights to processors from 300c to 352c, down 10c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE SHEEP & LAMB SALE
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Comparison Date 16/11/21
Yarding 8,367 - Change 1090
Lamb 4,367 - Change 90
Sheep 4,000- Change 1000

Numbers were up 1,100 with 8,367 head penned in again a very average quality yarding dominated by light store lambs.

In the lamb section, stronger grazier demand and competition on medium weight ewe and wether lambs in the 13kg to 17kg range produced gains of $5 to $10/head at near 800c/kg cwt. Trade lambs 21kg to 22kgs remained firm at near 730c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs eased $10 at again near 730c/kg cwtand sold to top at $193/head. Best hoggets were firm at near 610c and wethers also firm at 580 to 600c/kg cwt. In the ewe mutton section, values remained firm on boners and trade weights at rates near 580c, the heavy weights were up $5/head at near 560c/kg cwt.

New season light store lambs sold to graziers. The 0kg to 12kg cwt sold from $50 to $100, down $5/head. The 13kg to 16kg weight range sold from $85 to $131, up $10/head. The 17kg to 18kg at $127 to $137, up $5/head.

Trade lambs 21kg to 22kg remained firm and sold from $145 to $170/head. Prime 23kg down $10 and sold from $168 to $193/head.

Best heavy hoggets that sold to both the trade and graziers seeking wethers, remained firm and sold from $140 to $200/head.

The yarding of mutton was very mixed in quality. The light weight under 20kg were firm at $100 to $107/head. Medium weight boners 23kg to 24kg, firm, with sales from $120 to $150/head. The 25kg to 30kg range also firm with sales from $140 to $186/head, the tops with a heavy fleece. Heavier weights sold from $177 to $208, up by $5/head.

A very small selection of heavy wethers remained firm and sold from $160 to $190/head on comparable quality from last weeks sale.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE (MLC) CHRISTMAS SHUTDOWN REMINDER

Dear staff, customers and users of the Muchea Livestock Centre (MLC).

Please note that a Christmas shutdown is planned to take place at MLC during the period from Thursday 23 December to Midnight Friday 7 January.

This means that:
• The final livestock auction sales will be held on:
o Monday 20 December 2021 - Cattle
o Tuesday 21 December 2021 - Sheep

All livestock must depart the MLC premises by mid-night on Wednesday December 22, 2021.

WAMIA will not accept any receivables until 12.01am on Saturday 8 January 2022.

The next scheduled livestock sale will commence on Monday 10 January 2022.

The MLC main gates will be closed during this period and only the truck wash facilities will be operational to MLC access card holders.

If you have any issues or concerns during this period, the MLC Caretaker will be contactable during this time.

WAMIA’s Administrative Office will be closed from 4.30pm on Wednesday 23 December 2021 and will re-open for business on Monday 10 January 2022.

Our Saleyard Administrational Office will resume operations on Sunday 9 January 2022.

Regards
Steve Wainewright
Acting Chief Executive Officer
... See MoreSee Less

MUCHEA LIVESTOCK CENTRE CATTLE SALE
Monday 22nd November 2021
Comparison Date 15/11/2021
Yarding 1,952
Change -793

Muchea cattle market penned 1952 head, down by 700 on last week in a more balanced 50:50 split between pastoral and local cattle. It was a strong sale on cows and bulls and the majority of the local young cattle penned. Pastoral young cattle eased by 10c to 20c/kg, quality driven.

In the pastoral section of the sale, weaner/yearling steers sold from 330c to 396c, down 10c/kg. The weaner/yearling heifers sold from 275c tov400c down 20c/kg. Local weaner steers sold from 376c to 730c, up 30c with the heifers from 360c to 652c, overall down 50c/kg. Local yearling steers remained firm on quality with sales from 398c to 452c/kg. The heifers gained 20c and sold from 436c to 476c/kg.

In the manufacturing section, local grown steers sold from 320c to 470c, down 30c/kg. The local grown heifers sold at 360c to 398c, down 6c/kg.

The penning of cows was keenly sought. The best prime cows sold from 300c to 348c/kg, firm. Score 2 medium weights to manufacturers and sold from mainly 268c to 296c/kg, firm. Light and medium weights to feeders also firm and sold from 262c to 296c/kg.

Bulls, including pastorals, light to feeders, sold from 300c to 645c/kg, firm. Light to live export also firm at 375c to 500c/kg. The medium weights to live export eased 10c, at 360c to 380c/kg. Prime heavy weights to processors sold from 300c to 358c, up 15c/kg.

SOURCE NLRS
... See MoreSee Less

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