Queensland's online cattle listings totalled 3936 head last week, seeing a reduction of 1231 head from the previous week.
All but one category for the state received 100 per cent clearance.
Station-mated cows and calves averaged $3958 a unit, up $361/unit. A line of Angus/Santa Gertrudis cows aged six to 10 years from Chinchilla, weighing 502 kilograms liveweight returned $3600/hd.
PTIC cows averaged $2971/hd, up $92. A line of Droughtmaster cross PTIC cows aged two to 14-years from St George, weighing 521kg liveweight returned $2780/hd.
Heifers weighing between 200-280kg averaged 699c/kg, up 15c/kg. A line of 108 Charbray/Brahman cross/Angus cows aged six to 12-months-old weighing 254kg returned 704c/kg.
Heifers weighing between 280-330kg averaged 690c/kg, up 53c/kg. A line of 12 to 15-month-old Charbray non-station-mated heifers from Warwick weighing 282kg liveweight returned 675c/kg.
Steers weighing 200-280kg averaged 723c/kg, up 12c/kg. A line of 142 Santa Gertrudis steers aged 10 to 11-months from Mitchell weighing 277kg liveweight returned 801c/kg.
Steers weighing between 280-330kg averaged 664c/kg, back 3c/kg. A line of Brahman/Angus steers from Crow's Nest aged 12 to 18-months weighing 303kg liveweight returned 717c/kg.
Queensland's online sheep listings increased by 7499 head last week to total 10,518 head.
Crossbred lambs averaged $158/hd. A line of Merino/White Suffolk mixed sex lambs from Goondiwindi weighing 36kg liveweight returned $158/hd.
Merino wethers averaged $152/hd. A line of 615 wethers aged one to seven-years from Blackall weighing 43kg liveweight returned $150/hd.
Non-station-mated Merino hoggets averaged $239/hd, back $30. A line of 15 to 16-month-old hoggets from Weegallon weighing 50kg liveweight returned $226/hd.