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Encouraging signs for cattle at Yea

Gerry and Julie Sheahan, Moyhu, sold a line of spring drop Angus steers to $1270 at the Yea store sale today.
Auctioneer Anthony Delaney, Elders, selling steers at Yea today.

5 April 2024


A near capacity yarding at Yea saw feedlots chasing steers with weight while restockers stepped-up their support for lines of light Angus calves.


Some encouraging signs for store cattle at Yea today with feedlots chasing steers with weight, while restockers stepped-up their support for lines of light Angus calves.


The stronger demand came amid a near capacity yarding of 3000 head, with heavy grown steers selling to $1950 on a weight of 642kg as they kickstarted the sale at the 300 cent mark.


The hot spot of the sale was some bigger lines of one-mark young Angus steers that sold above 400c to a peak of 470c/kg liveweight for a pen of 40 calves from Balaclava Station, which had a displayed weight of 253kg and sold for $1190.



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