Numbers increased by 1240 head to 7129 at Dalby on Wednesday. Buyer attendance was good, with the return of a local export processor into the market. However, prices eased across all classes.
Medium weight yearling steers to feed at the time of this interim report have decreased 38c and heavy weight yearling steers to feed averaged 24c/kg less. Medium weight yearling heifers to feed averaged 20c to 25c cheaper. Cows to export decreased in price by 20c to 24c and cows to restockers averaged 17c less.
C2 yearling steers to feed made from 240c to 277.2c to average 252.7c, less 38c. Same score yearling heifers to feed sold from 226.2c to 250.2c, averaging 243.6c, and easing 14c. C4 grown steers received from 266.2c to 290.2c, averaging 283.4c and decreasing 2c. D3 grown heifers made from 183.2c to 203.2c to average 195.5c, less 2c.
Manufacturing steers sold from 176.2c to 181.2c. D4 cows made from 185.2c to 212.2c to average 202.7c, less 34c. D3 bulls received from 205.2c to 274.2c, averaging 250.3c and easing 1c.