Demand was mixed and varied considerably at the fourth market in the Tasmanian weaner series at Powranna on Wednesday.
Arguably one of the most iconic saleyards in all of Australia, Landmark’s Gelantipy, set in the cold country area, 120 kilometres north east of Bairnsdale, was the setting for the annual sale, Monday.
Ballarat cattle sellers were rewarded with a strong and consistent result when the central Highland’s saleyard played host to its March store sale on Friday.
Tasmanian cattle breeders experienced a Jeckle and Hyde demand for their beef weaners on Thursday, at the second of the island state’s annual calf sales at Powranna.
Younger calves of good breeding and quality are hard to find, and this led to strong demand here at Myrtleford.
Myrtleford and surrounds is the last bastion of reasonable grass in Victroia, and this yarding was all in good condition.
Local Tasmanian buyers lifted their intensity during the first of the Tasmania weaner series held Thursday.
COMPETITION was keen and prices slightly improved for the heavier pens of grown and weaner steers at the Landmark Ballarat annual cattle sale on Friday.
YOUNG beef heifer suppliers were dealt another jail free- card at Ballarat on Friday when a small following of buyers bid above expected prices.