The best of the steers sold to a high of 317 cents a kilogram during the 51st Annual Tumut-Adelong Autumn Store Sale.
All up there were 1950 good quality cattle offered on Wednesday according to selling agent Rob Stubbs of Elders Tumut.
Black cattle dominated the sale, with a few good pens of Herefords and Shorthorn crosses.
Weaner steers sold for a top of $990 a head, while older steers sold to $1110 for a pen of 31 Angus steers, aged 15 to 17 months and estimated to be 350kg, offered by Greg and Robyn Murray of "Boraig Station", Talbingo.
In the weaner heifers, a pen of 26 eight- to nine-month-old Angus sold for $745, offered by Tom and Vicki Sutton of "Nimbo", Killimicat, with older heifers selling to $770.
A line of cows with calves offered by Tom and Sue Butler of Ossmount Pastoral Company, "Westview", Tumut sold to $1550 a unit.
The only pregnancy-tested-in-calf pen offered on the day was nine, three-year-old Angus that went for $1225.
Commissioner buyers were active and some heifer pens were sold for exports.
There was also a significant representation from local restockers with buyers from Wagga Wagga, Cootamundra and Culcairn.