Total Yarding: 595 Numbers were steady and the quality was plainer. There were a few well bred and weighted cattle but most were light weights and lacking condition. Young cattle made up the bulk of the yarding with only 90 cows offered. The few good cattle to feed were firm and trade cattle lifted 8c
Total Yarding: 5,666 Lamb numbers increased and the quality was mixed. There were a few good trade and heavy lambs but there were many secondary lambs penned. Approximately 350 new season lambs were offered. Merino lambs were limited and the market sold slightly cheaper. The small number of new season lambs that sold to restockers
Total Yarding: 583 Numbers eased and the quality was again mixed. Young cattle made up the bulk of the yarding and restockers and feeders were most active. There were only a few grown steers and heifers, with 81 cows were offered. Not all the usual buyers attended the smaller offering, but the market held firm
Total Yarding: 5,406 Lamb numbers eased slightly and the quality was mixed. There was a small run of light new season lambs, while most were old woolly lambs. The market sold to a similar rate for the light and trade lambs but eased $5/head on the heavy weights. Light new season lambs sold to $145
Total Yarding: 832 Numbers improved and the quality was mixed. There were more secondary cattle and a better run of steers and heifers that came off crops, which were purchased by feed lots. Light weights featured throughout the sale and there were approximately 100 cows penned. A plainer run of weaner steers sold 16c cheaper
Total Yarding: 6,252 Lamb numbers fell by more than half and the quality was plain to fair with plenty of lambs lacking the desired finish that most processors are looking for. There was a small run of well finished trade lambs and heavy lambs were limited. Merino lambs were showing the biggest reduction in numbers.