Prices lifted for a number of classes at Dalby on February 21 in a yarding of only 2794 cattle, 4623 less than last sale.
Buyers came from Callide Dawson Valley and Maryborough with strong local support at the February 20 Miriam Vale cattle sale.
Market prices stabilized at Dalby’s cattle sale on Wednesday as rain resulted in a smaller than expected yarding.
RECENT heatwave conditions and the massive offloading of cattle in Queensland saleyards has raised the spectre of the Australian cattle herd moving into a liquidation phase.
Weaners and feeder cattle remained strong, while rates for veal were easier at Woodford cattle sale on Monday.
Dalby cattle sale will go ahead on Wednesday with local livestock agents expecting a 4500 to 5000 head yarding. But what does this mean for prices?