Saturday, December 2, 2023

Stortford Lodge store cattle and sheep 15.01

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Two-year traditional steers, 486-497kg, eased to $2.90-$2.94/kg Yearling Angus steers, 383kg, returned $2.98/kg Yearling Angus heifers, 296-302kg, softened to $2.74-$2.98/kg Medium-good cryptorchid lambs were $104-$122 Medium ewe lambs made $80.50-$95
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Just 374 cattle were penned at Stortford Lodge last Wednesday. Most traded at softer levels, with good yearling traditional and Simmental-cross steers, 383-416kg, the only cattle to break the $3/kg mark, at $2.98-$3.02/kg. A lot of the yearling heifers were 266-345kg Angus-Friesian or Angus-cross at $2.34-$2.74/kg. Weaner Friesian bulls, 106-127kg, earned $370-$445.

Sheep throughput held on last sale at 3400 head. Overall the market eased slightly relative to weights, coming out at $98 on average. The top-half of the male lambs were mainly $104-$129.50 (though the top line was $143) and the rest $72-$96. One pen of ewe lambs was $115, but the other solid lines were $86-$102, with lighter cuts $72-$86.

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