A record start to 2022 at Maitland as cows hit $5800

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Updated July 4 2022 - 11:43pm, first published January 17 2022 - 7:01pm
Bowe and Lidbury agents Michael Easey and Rodney McDonald with a pen of Angus heifers that sold for $3100 a head during the Maitland store sale on Saturday.
Bowe and Lidbury agents Michael Easey and Rodney McDonald with a pen of Angus heifers that sold for $3100 a head during the Maitland store sale on Saturday.

WHILE the prime cattle markets have been affected by reduced buyer competition via processors restricting kill shifts, the store cattle markets seem to have missed the main brunt of softer pricing.

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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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