The Albury-Wodonga Independent Stock Agents special store sale in Wodonga on Thursday saw good steer pens regularly pass $2500 a head in price.
While a pen of eight PTIC Angus cows averaging 596kg saw the highest per head price at $3000, Angus steers sold well, up to $2800 per head
Agents yarded just over 1600 cattle for the sale, with the top sale being a pen of PTIC Angus heifers, weighing 596kg selling for $3000.
Corcoran Parker senior livestock agent Lee McEvoy said there had been a good mix of cattle on offer.
"With the number of 1600 cattle plus, the number just obviously brings more quality to the sale so the quality was quite good and the good quality line of cattle sold exceptionally well," he said.
"The heavier weight steers sold in excess of $2300 and some lighter weights steer sold around about $2100 to $2200
"Heifers were very strong as well with some nice black heifers there making which were heavier than 350kg in excess of $2200 and $300.
Lighter weight heifers ranged from around $1700 to a top of $2100 and generated the better cents per kilogram prices.
Cattle were sold mainly to feedlot buyers, but a good amount of local purchasers had turned up and got their fare share of pens as well.
"There still was a lot local competition around but much agent support there today too for restocking purposes for local clients," Mr McEvoy said.
"This was with the usual field of commission buyers buying for their particular clients as well, but all in all it is very strong."
He said while prices were good, there was still potential for strong sales in upcoming weeks at Wodonga.
"I thought this month was probably stronger than it had been for the last few weeks, even though it could have been a touch stronger," Mr McEvoy said.
"With this little bit of rain around there was a bit of bouyancy there from buyers, so there is something to look forward to in forthcoming weeks."
North East Water, Whorouly, sold eight PTIC Angus cows, 596kg, for $3000 or 503c/kg.
GJ & D Geary, Barnawartha, sold 12 Angus steers, 525kg, for $2800 or 533c/kg.
GJ Britton, Yackandandah, sold 12 Angus steers, 550kg, for $2840 or 516c/kg.
PJ & RE McIlroy, Mudgegonga, sold 10 Angus steers, 465kg, for $2600 or 559c/kg.
Sutton Park, Tintaldra, sold nine Angus steers, 420kg, for $2580 or 614c/kg.
Amooran Farm / C Anderson, Mansfield, sold 20 Angus steers, 305kg, for $1965 or 644c/kg.
Douglas Paton Family Trust, sold 15 Angus steers, 226kg, for $1860 or 826c/kg.
I & H O'Keefe, Killara, sold 12 Angus steers, 403kg, for $2420 or 600c/kg and 15 Angus steers, 425kg, for $2520 or 592c/kg.
CADC Investments, Jindera NSW, sold 19 Angus steers, 372kg, for $2430 or 653c/kg.
K & W Bucholtz, Norong, sold nine Angus heifers with 9 calves at foot for $4520.
Wandilla Patoral Co, Bandiana, sold 12 Angus heifers with 12 calves at foot for $4920.
TC & ME Patrick, Kancoona, sold 12 Hereford steers, 430kg, for $2450 or 570c/kg.
B & R White, Brocklesby NSW, sold six Charolais steer, 451kg, for $2510 or 556c/kg.
KL & PM Proctor, Leneva, sold nine Charolais steers, 377kg, for $2310 or 612c/kg.
Brian J McFarland, Indigo Valley, sold seven Limousin steers, 384kg, for $2250, or 585c/kg.
LR Edney, Lenava, sold five Simmental heifers, 378kg, for $2230 or 590c/kg.
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