An increased yarding this week with a total yarding of 2812 cattle. Most grades of cattle were well represented with market trends were softer across the board with some steep declines through the cow market.
An increased yarding this week with a total yarding of 2035 cattle. Most grades of cattle were well represented with market trends steady for the export & restocked cattle and slightly easier in the feeder cattle.
After no sale last week due to flooding, we saw good numbers this week with a total yarding of 1679 cattle. Most grades of cattle were well represented with market trends firmer for the export cattle and steady for most other grades
A big jump in numbers this week for a total yarding of 2910 cattle. A great selection of export, feeder, yearling and weaner cattle were on offer with market trend remaining firm with the increased numbers.
Numbers more than doubled this week to a total yarding of 2218 head. A great selection of export, feeder, yearling and weaner cattle were well represented but there were few light cattle on offer. Market trends remained very solid throughout the sale, with all regular buyers in attendance.
An increased yarding this week with a total to 999 head. Our JBR team yarded 54 head. There were some outstanding pens of cows, feeder, yearling & weaner cattle throughout the yarding with market trends remaining extremely firm throughout the sale.
There was a strong yarding of 1900 cattle with most grades of cattle well represented. Great to see the local cattle presenting with plenty of weight. Our JBR team presented 221 head of great quality cattle.
As harvest time draws near, the numbers increased this week to nearly 2700 cattle. A good quality yarding with plenty of feeder cattle on offer and also some special pens of heavy export cattle. Our JBR team presented 252 head of great quality cattle including a stand out pen of cows ex Mullaley district that made 495.2c x 762kg that made a whopping $3087.