The supply of stock at Dalby experienced little change from the previous week at 5889 head.
Similar to other markets, cows dominated the grown cattle section. Prices have improved across most classes at the time of this interim report.
Medium weight yearling steers to feed gained 20c/kg and heavy weight yearling steers to feed averaged 2c to 9c dearer. The better end of the yearling heifers to feed improved by 10c.
The large yarding of cows lifted in price by 4c to 10c. C2 yearling steers to feed made from 267.2c to 313.2c, averaging 298.5c to be 21c dearer. C3 yearling heifers made from 256.2c to 277.2c, averaging 270.2c, up 2c.
C4 grown steers received from 275c to 276.2c, for an average of 275.5c to post a 15c increase. D4 cows made from 215c to 249.2c, averaging 236.7c, up 5c. C3 bulls sold from 230c to 270.2c, averaging 257.4c, up 3c.