Queensland sheep numbers held firm to total 4561 head last week.
Scanned-in-lamb Merino ewe numbers registered the largest decline in volume, while crossbred lambs were the largest category for the state.
Crossbred lambs averaged $147 a head - up $6 from the previous week's sale.
A line of 680 Merino/White Suffolk mixed sex store lambs from St George, weighing 35kg, returned $148/head and went to a buyer at Warren, NSW.
Shedding breed lambs averaged $129/head, with a line of Dorper store wether lambs hailing from Mitchell weighing 36kg returning $138/head, going to a buyer at St George.
Non-station-mated Merino ewes averaged $117/head - back $3 from the previous week. A line of one to two-year-old ewes from Isisford weighing 51kg, returned $161/head.
Queensland cattle numbers rose by 2975 head to total 9071 offered online. The largest offering came from weaner steers, which rose by 1133, to reach 2280 head last week.
Pregnancy-tested-in-calf heifers averaged $31 lower, at $2701/head.
A line of 50 Santa Gertrudis PTIC heifers, aged 20 to 32-months from Hannaford, averaged 411kg and returned $2700/head.
Heifers weighing 200-280kg averaged $1551/head - back $275 from the previous week.
A line of Santa Gertrudis/Angus heifers aged seven to 12-months from Kilkivan, weighing 279kg returned $1720/head, going to a buyer at Kingaroy.
Steers weighing 200-280kg averaged $1831/head - up $49/head.
A line of 116 weaned Brangus steers, aged six to nine-months from Breadalbane, averaged 233kg and returned $1890/head, or 811 cents a kilogram.
Steers weighing over 400kg averaged $2449/head - back $36/head. A run of 132 Brahman cross steers aged 16 to 24-months from Kilkivan, weighed 505kg and returned $2170/head.
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