Southern Regional Livestock Exchange report | November 8

Export cattle were limited at this week’s sales but their price still continued to rise.

920 cattle were yarded in a better quality yarding of cattle at the Southern Regional Livestock Exchange on November 8.

100 cows were yarded and were 5-8 cents/kg dearer.

Good dry cows were between 2.18-2.28 c/kg.

Working cows  were between 1.85-2.16 c/kg.

Export Cattle were limited in supply but were 6-7 c/kg stronger with most making between 2.55-2.70 c/kg.

Heavy trade (400-500kg) were firm to three c/kg stronger with most making between 2.86-3.27 c/kg

Light trade (200-320kg) were firm to seven c/kg stronger with most making between 2.85-3.43 c/kg.

Restocker steers were 8-14 cents stronger with most making between 2.97-3.70 c/kg.

Restocker heifers were seven cents stronger with most making between 2.90-3.33 c/kg.


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