WVLX releases centre fee schedule

WVLX releases fee schedule


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WVLX has released its livestock selling fees for the new $15million saleyards in Mortlake, in preparation for the first prime market on Monday 22 January, 2018.

WVLX has released its livestock selling fees for its new $15million Mortlake saleyards, in preparation for the first prime market on Monday January 22.

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WVLX manager Tim Nowell said he felt the fees were very comparable to other yards in the region, considering all the benefits of the brand new, world-class selling centre.

“We’ve spent a lot of time working on the fees, finding that balance to make it affordable for all those that want to use this amazing facility, as well as ensuring the sustainability of WVLX into the future,” Mr Nowell said.

All cattle, excluding bulls 401kg and above will be charged at $15.95 per head (excluding gst), and all bulls over 401kg will be charged at $20.45 per head (excluding gst).  

Mr Nowell said there has been a lot of interest in the saleyards.

“Our first sale will be a prime market, starting at 9am, and early indications from our foundation agents are that we’ll have big numbers,” Mr Nowell said. 

FINISHING TOUCHES: The WVLX, Mortlake, has released its fees; a charge of $15.95 a head for all cattle, excluding bulls 401kg and above, wile all bulls over 401kg will be charged at $20.45 per head.

FINISHING TOUCHES: The WVLX, Mortlake, has released its fees; a charge of $15.95 a head for all cattle, excluding bulls 401kg and above, wile all bulls over 401kg will be charged at $20.45 per head.

WVLX OPENING: Brendan Abbey has been the driving force behind the opening of the new Mortlake WVLX selling centre, due to open next month.

WVLX OPENING: Brendan Abbey has been the driving force behind the opening of the new Mortlake WVLX selling centre, due to open next month.

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