Off the Rails - Store Cattle market highlight

Each store sale the TLSAA produce a market report highlighting the best pens of the day. Read the latest report here or click on the links at the bottom for printable (PDF) versions of recent market highlights. 

Disclaimer: All information is correct at the time of publication. While every effort is made to provide accurate figures no responsibility is taken for errors in reporting. For further details contact the relevantselling agents.

Friday 13th July

Special Store Cattle Sale

1000 cattle

(450 last sale)

Tough sale but positive signs in prime cattle market

Scott Simshauser from Landmark kicked off the job today, highlighting the “significant jump in the prime cattle on Monday, especially for cattle with any weight” (thanks to continued support from feedlots and processors) and reminding buyers that “cattle with weight start somewhere”. Most of the 1000 head offering today were in the 200-280kg range, with some good value buying for Hunter Valley and northern tablelands buyers keen to snap up the feature lines, with the tough market reflecting the season.  Hear what Patrick Purtle has to say about this week’s sale on Facebook/tamworthsellingagents.com

Steers

Steers sold to $800 ($720 last sale) for weaned Angus steers (pictured top left) sold by ELD on account Damian Burr.  Other notable sales included:

  • EU accredited Scotch Cap and Traveller bloodline steer weaners, 8-9 months, sold by ELD on account JB & KJ Smith, “Glenungarra Park” made $710;
  • Angus steers, 5- 7 months sold by LMK on account R & P D’Hudson, Mullaley topped at $695;
  • Shorthorn steers sold by LMK on account Jenny Craig made $650;
  • Hereford steers, 10- 12 months, sold by IML on account N & R Martin made $640;
  • Angus x steers sold by G&C on account R Stanton made $595; and
  • “Magic” weaned steers sold by PPA on account Hilltop Partnership made $575.


Heifers

Heifers sold to $600 ($610 last sale) for Shorthorn heifers (pictured bottom left) sold by LMK on account Jenny Craig. Other notable sales included:

  • Angus heifers sold by G&C on account Glen Ayre made $450;
  • The heifer portion of the D’Hudson weaners sold by LMK topped at $440; and
  • Framey Angus heifers “ready to turn themselves inside out” sold by B&S on account McDonald made $440.  

PTIC

PTIC sold to $1225 ($1100 last sale) for a Shorthorn cow sold by LMK on account Jenny Craig. Mixed age Angus and Angus x cows, PTIC to calve until the first week in September, sold by LMK made $835.

 This information, plus additional photos, can also be viewed on the Tamworth Selling Agents Facebook page. Compiled and written by Michelle Mawhinney, TLSAA

Disclaimer: All information is correct at the time of publication. While every effort is made to provide accurate figures no responsibility is taken for errors in reporting. For further details contact the selling agents.

Click on the file for a printable version of this market highlight.

Note: The photos in the PDF may differ slightly to those on the website. Please contact us if you would like a specific photo.

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Next store sale

Friday 27th July

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