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Yea lighter, weaner steers climb back to 700 cents a kilogram


Yea's monthly store sale reflected prices being seen at other centres, as prices recover from the foot-and-mouth scare.
Yea's monthly store sale reflected prices being seen at other centres, as prices recover from the foot-and-mouth scare. Picture by Annabelle Cleeland.

6 September 2022


Yea agents quoted the September store cattle sale as "in line" with other centres, as prices start to creep back up again.


Elders Yea livestock manager Jamie Quinlan said well presented, better lines of cattle sold very well at Friday's sale.


He said agents yarded around 1200 cattle.


"It was certainly a lot dearer, in line with other centres," Mr Quinlan said.


"Odd-end, clean-up cattle were certainly dearer than the last sale but not as dear as what they are making in other places."



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