Plenty of prime cattle choice for processors

By Jamie Brown
November 28 2019 - 7:00am
Demand for grinding beef continues to underpin prime cattle markets. Clarendon Pastoral sold Angus bulls, 830kg for 295c/kg at Inverell. Photo Steve O'Brien, IRLX.
Demand for grinding beef continues to underpin prime cattle markets. Clarendon Pastoral sold Angus bulls, 830kg for 295c/kg at Inverell. Photo Steve O'Brien, IRLX.

Better bred, finished cattle to the processors, a central reason why prices have been buoyant in recent weeks, maintained momentum during this week's prime sales, however many in the industry feel a correction is already happening.

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