Emerald agents yarded 1557 head on Thursday, with strong results carrying on throughout the yard.
Fat cattle were mostly too few to quote, however store cattle continued to follow the recent trend and with a full panel of buyers, brought great results across the yarding.
Heavy steers in the 400-500kg range topped at 401c/kg to average 388c and feeder weight steers from 350-400kg sold to 408c to average 394c.
Steers 280-350kg sold to a top of 448c to average 397c, while weaner steers from 200-280kg topped at 466c to average 435c.
Heavy heifers over 400kg sold to a top of 367c to average 350c and feeder weight heifers 350-400kg topped at 399c to average 369c.
Heifers 280-350kg sold to 406c to average 364c, 200-280kg weaner heifers sold to a top of 443c to average 400c, while under 200kg heifers made to 443c to average 399c. Heavy cows were too few to quote, whereas heavy bulls made to 325c to average 323c.
The Burston family, Broadlea Station, Nebo, sold Charbray steers to 446c, weighing 278kg to return $1241/head, while their Brahman-cross heifer line sold to 438c weighing 254kg to return $1114.
Flo Australia, Kaiuroo Station, Dingo, sold Brahman steers to 394c weighing 411kg or $1619. The Prince family, Janibee, Capella, sold Droughtmaster steers to 393c weighing 457kg for a $1795 return.