Fat Cattle Report
Good afternoon this is Steve gay taking a look at yesterday’s cattle market in Dubbo.
Another plain yarding totalling 4100 head. With the attendance of all regular buyers, the market held firm.
Plain cows were sought after by the restockers and processors averaging from 140c to 210c. Medium weight cows to the butchers sold from 202c to 240c. Heavy four score cows sold from 221 to 265c to average 243c. Heavy bulls to kill sold from 215 to 262c.
Heavy young feeder steers sold from 286 to 302c while heifer feeders averaged between 248 and 260c, topping at 280c. Light yearling steers to the restocker sold from 247 to 308c for the well bred lines and averaged 185 to 255c for the secondary types.
Heavy bullocks to the processors averaged between 263 and 304c. Light yearling heifers to feed were the cheapest on the day selling from 209 to 248c.
Carter Lindsey & Weber sold the following stock;
The Carlow family from the Kidman Angus Stud sold 3 score Angus cows for 215c, 595 kg, $1279.
The Brown family from Nardoo Station at Wanaaring sold Angus cross cows for 242c, 492 kg, $1193.
The Squires family from Geurie sold Angus steers to the feedlot for 302c, 430 kg, $1300.
Rod and Kay Crothers from Mendooran sold heavy Limousine cows for 255c, 640 kg, $1632.
A far western client had a large run of Charolais cross cows that made 254c, 660kg, $1677.
Kim Grattan from Dubbo sold Angus steers to the restocker for 307c, 229kg, $705.
Now don’t forget our working dog auction taking place this Sunday, 2pm at the Geurie showground and the hard earned this week will be on a Ford trifecta at the great Mount Panorama on Sunday.
From all the team at Carter Lindsay & Weber, have a great weekend.
Fat Sheep & Lamb Report
No sheep sale to report