Bowe and Lidbury agent Michael Easey said the market trend was firm during the Gloucester sale on Thursday
While the export cattle market looks a bit wobbly at present with COVID-19, the domestic supply was pushing along as consumer demand via butchers continues.
Central Tableland restockers competed against locals for the female offering at Dubbo store cattle sale last Friday.
State-of-the-art truck wash gives livestock transporters are in for a cleaner ride from now on at Dubbo Regional Saleyards.
Bowe and Lidbury agent Michael Easey said the market was firm to slightly easier on a mixed quality offering.
Feed availability plus favourable seasonal conditions are key drivers of interstate stock movements.
Prime cattle prices have taken a tumble, but that weaker trend is not reflected in the store cattle market.