Numbers reduced to 4925 head at Dalby on Wednesday and the trend of a large supply of cows continued. Buyer representation was good, with the return of the interstate export processors and feeder operators.
Medium weight yearling steers to feed experienced very little change in price, however heavy weights gained 13c/kg. Medium weight yearling heifers to feed averaged 4c dearer and heavy weights improved by 5c/kg.
The largest samples of cows averaged 6c to 9c/kg dearer on top of the improvements experienced the previous week. C2 yearling steers to feed sold from 279.2c to 314.2c, averaging 299.3c, up 13c/kg.
C3 yearling heifers to feed made from 258.2c to 275c, averaging 264.7c, up 5c/kg. C4 grown steers received from 290.2c to 309.2c, averaging 299.5c, up 2c/kg. D3 grown heifers sold from 248.2c to 259.2c, averaging 252.2c to be 16c/kg dearer.
D4 cows made from 209.2c to 241.2c, averaging 230c to be 9c/kg. C2 bulls received from 264.2c to 286.2c, averaging 280.8c/kg.