Murgon combined agents held their fat and store sale on Tuesday.
Overall the market held firm with price differential for those cattle that are starting to drop off in condition due to the season.
Good lines of weaner Charolais cross steers from Durong and Brigooda sold for 422c/kg, $1060/hd with the heavier steers at 401c, $1172/hd.
There were very few feeder steers and heifers to quote.
Some of the cattle are starting to show deterioration in the season, with prices around the 350c and 360c mark for local feeder cattle.
A stand-out line of export heifers from Manumbar made 357c, $1934/hd. The same vendor sold heavy feeders at 320c, $1513/hd.
Heavy heifers from Wooroonden sold to 334c, $1952/hd.
Weaner Charolais heifers from Brigooda made 376c, $729/hd, while other Charolais heifers sold to 360c, $660/hd.
Heavy bulls sold to 316, $2420/hd while the top price bulls made $3024/hd.
The top cows from Proston sold to 305c, $1853/hd. Simmental cows from Wooroonden made 282c, $1855/hd. PTIC cows sold to local breeders for 260c.
Most store cows are starting to feel the pinch of the season ranging from 250c to 285c.
Top bullocks made 360c, $2025/hd.