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Market Report – 13 December

Total Yarding: 35,204 (record yarding) Lamb numbers lifted and included 22,500 new season lambs. The quality still remains mixed. There were plenty of light 1 and 2 score lambs. Trade weights were in good numbers and heavy lambs were better supplied and there were a few more shorn new season lambs. Only a few old

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Livestock Listing – January 1st x Ewe Sale

Friday 5th January 2018 10.00am Further entries invited with your preferred SELX Agent: AgStock – John Sheahan – 0419 218 093 Butt Livestock – Phill Butt – 0417 411 105 Delta Agribusiness – Bill Frew – 0428 482 686 Duncombe & Co – Jock Duncombe – 0427 661 899 Elders – Ben Seaman – 0408 164

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Christmas shut down

SELX would like to wish all our customers, agents, suppliers, carriers and staff a very Merry Christmas and happy and prosperous New Year. SELX looks forward to working with you in 2018. Christmas/New Year shut down Prime Cattle – The last 2017 sale will be held on Thursday 14th December, re-commencing Thursday 4th January. Prime

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Position Vacant – Saleyard Manager

$100,000 + generous bonus for business growth, vehicle and phone. The South Eastern Livestock Exchange (SELX) is NSW’s most recently constructed and technologically advanced sale yard. Working closely with the Administration Manager and reporting directly to the Board, you will have ultimate responsibility for the performance of the business and operation of the facility. The

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Market Report – 7 December

Total Yarding: 539 Due to good rainfalls in the supply area numbers declined. Quality was also affected with a plainer run of cattle. Yearlings were well-supplied and grown steers and heifers were well back in numbers. Only 85 cows were offered to a reduced field of buyers. The market trend was cheaper, but this was

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Market Report – 6 December

Total Yarding: 27,372 Lamb numbers lifted with 20,300 new season lambs penned. Quality was better with an increase in weight with more trade lambs offered. Heavy lambs still remain in short supply and the number of light 2 score lambs that returned to the paddock were back. A small number of mostly light Merino lambs

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