Monday, April 22, 2024

Canterbury Park cattle and sheep 3.08

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There was plenty for buyers to sink their teeth into at Canterbury Park last Tuesday. Prime cattle prices soared, and one-third of the steers managed $3.29-$3.39/kg while a further third made $3.18-$3.28/kg. The heifer market also lifted and 469-532kg Hereford-Friesian managed $3.20-$3.29/kg. Short-term cattle did well in the store pens. R3 steers were mostly Hereford-Jersey, 411-447kg, that earned $2.93-$3.04/kg while R2 steers over 300kg generally exceeded $3/kg. Plenty of very heavy lambs made $180-$256 and much of the offering was centred around $160-$179. Forward store lambs made $132-$146. Read more in your LivestockEye.
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There was plenty for buyers to sink their teeth into at Canterbury Park last Tuesday. Prime cattle prices soared, and one-third of the steers managed $3.29-$3.39/kg while a further third made $3.18-$3.28/kg. The heifer market also lifted and 469-532kg Hereford-Friesian managed $3.20-$3.29/kg. Short-term cattle did well in the store pens. R3 steers were mostly Hereford-Jersey, 411-447kg, that earned $2.93-$3.04/kg while R2 steers over 300kg generally exceeded $3/kg. Plenty of very heavy lambs made $180-$256 and much of the offering was centred around $160-$179. Forward store lambs made $132-$146. Read more in your LivestockEye.

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