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Spring weaners hit Yea store sale early


TOP DROP: Ron Harris, RJH Maranoa, Nagambie, with the first pen of the sale, 20 Angus steers, 373kg, which were Te Mania and Lawson blood.
TOP DROP: Ron Harris, RJH Maranoa, Nagambie, with the first pen of the sale, 20 Angus steers, 373kg, which were Te Mania and Lawson blood.

27 May 2022


The opening run of Nutrien Ag Solutions' weaner sale is set to be the 'measuring stick' of Victoria's spring cattle market.


The 3495-head yarding opened at $2410 a head, paid to Ron Harris, RJH Maranoa, Nagambie, with the first pen of the sale, 20 Angus steers, 373 kilograms, Te Mania and Lawson blood.


"This sale is the measuring stick of the market going forward," Rodwells livestock agent James Cleeland said.


"It's a wicked run of calves with major lines on sale so it'll be a true barometer of what the cattle market is doing."



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