Buying cattle with a big budget

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September 23 2021 - 6:30am
Ian Morgan Livestock agents Ian Morgan from Quirindi and Ben Goodman from Tamworth with Castle Mount steers bred near Quirindi that sold for 531c/kg at Tamworth on Monday. Photo: Michelle Mawhinney, TLSAA
Ian Morgan Livestock agents Ian Morgan from Quirindi and Ben Goodman from Tamworth with Castle Mount steers bred near Quirindi that sold for 531c/kg at Tamworth on Monday. Photo: Michelle Mawhinney, TLSAA

TIGHT young cattle supply and graziers buying in cattle for flourishing pastures right across NSW have forced the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator to a new record of 1033 cents a kilogram (carcase weight).

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Karen Bailey

Market analyst

Agricultural markets analyst and journalist for The Land newspaper. Former national cattle and lamb/sheep market analyst with Meat and Livestock Australia.

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