Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Feilding store sale 25.06

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R2 Hereford-Friesian steers, 345-455kg, lifted to $3.00-$3.10/kg R2 Friesian bulls, 445-550kg, were mostly $2.85-$2.95/kg R2 traditional heifers, 315-440kg, made $2.80-$2.90/kg Store male lamb average firmed to $162 Store ewe lamb average jumped to $157
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Around 1500 store cattle sold well at Feilding. In-calf beef cows were mainly medium-to-lighter conditioned, making $2.20-$2.35/kg at 410-575kg. Traditional R3 steers, 580-780kg, were $3.00-$3.20/kg, with 470-595kg straight-beef R2 steers making $3.05-$3.25/kg. Some 440kg R2 Friesian bulls were $3.00-$3.05/kg while 415-460kg R2 Hereford-Friesian heifers at $2.75-$2.80/kg. Good-sized lines of 165-185kg R1 Hereford-Friesian steers were $770-$805, $4.40-$4.65/kg, followed by 175-190kg Hereford-Friesian heifers at $510-$600, $2.95-$3.25/kg.

The 14,000 head store lamb sale pushed further into record-breaking territory for this point in the year. The heaviest male lambs were $180-$192, with good lines mainly $165-$180, mediums $150-$160, and the lighter-end $130-$145. Top-end ewe lambs were $175-$186, with the good lines around $155-$170, mediums $140-$150, and $125-$135 covering the lights. The in-lamb ewe market was very even, at $210-$230 for anything decent-quality, with lighter types at $165-$185.

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