ABOUT 6200 good quality young cattle were offered at the Northern Victorian Livestock Exchange (NVLX) Wodonga Premier Hereford/Euro and Other Breeds Grown and Weaner Sale on Thursday.
Competition came from Bathurst and Narrabri, plus some local producers and feedlots. Tasmanian buyers again featured in this sale, and good numbers of steers were purchased for live export.
- Full sale report – Weaner steers top at $1275 at Wodonga
- All the photos from the first day at the Wodonga weaner sales
- All the photos from the second day at the Wodonga weaner sales
Top price of the weaned steers was McKillop Pastoral Company, Dederang, for their 17 Angus/Hereford steers, 368kg, that made $1275.
Sleigh Pastoral, Ruffy, was awarded the best presented pen of Hereford steers, by the Hereford Society. Their 110 steers sold between $750 for young steers to $1070.
M and E Turner, Red Bluff, were awarded the best presented pen by the Charolais Society, and the Rural Bank, for 19 steers, Rangan Charolais blood, that made $1165.
Competition for feeder heifers was solid, and many of the yearling heifers were purchased for grain feeding.
The sale was conducted by Corcoran Parker, Elders, and Landmark-Paull and Scollard.