Livestock agents reveal why buyer confidence fell, when prices could rise

Alison Paterson
Updated March 27 2024 - 4:12pm, first published 1:00pm
Bartholomew & Co principal Roy Bartholomew (far left) watches the crowd as stock agent Rhys Bodey records bids and auctioneer and stock agent Garth Weatherall (far right) direct the action at a weaner sale in Beaudesert on March 16. Picture: Alison Paterson
Bartholomew & Co principal Roy Bartholomew (far left) watches the crowd as stock agent Rhys Bodey records bids and auctioneer and stock agent Garth Weatherall (far right) direct the action at a weaner sale in Beaudesert on March 16. Picture: Alison Paterson

Following fluctuating prices at recent cattle sales, livestock agents have revealed why they feel buyers appear to have lost confidence with the market and when higher prices could return.

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Alison Paterson

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