Grafton yarded 3141 head at its first store sale since the floods, with bidding going past dark and buyer support staying until the end.
Light Angus weaners sold to 1025.2c/kg and their sisters to 940.2c/kg.
Steers, 2254 head, averaged 678.8 cents a kilogram or $1789 and reached a top of $2657 for Angus feeder steers.
Heifers, 882 head, averaged 671.3c/kg or $1569 and reached a top of $2159.
Agent Mitch Donovan, Donovan Livestock and Property said the recent sale cancellations, wet weather and strong prices all contributed to a massive sell-off for Clarence Valley producers.
"The commission buyers held up very well right to the end, at 8:10pm, and we're very appreciative," he said, noting a lot of steers went to Queensland and heifers to north-west NSW, where paddocks of oats have been planted.
"The feeder job backed off somewhat and that's a reflection of the current grid.
"The pretty weaners made real good money in places."
Mr Donovan said a shortage of light weaners contributed to their high prices.
A pen of Angus feeders sold by Farrell McCrohan on behalf of the Kelly family, 505kg made 526c/kg to return $2657.
The Page family, Heifer Station, sold steers by Angus over first cross Brahman/Hereford 270kg for 740c/kg or $2001.
B and W Page sold Charolais feeder steers 418kg at 544c/kg to bring $2276.
The Chapman family, Fineflower, sold steers by Charolais over first cross Brahman/Hereford, 298kg, for 688c/kg or $2051.
Lachie Ellis, Pollie Bridge South Grafton, sold Santa Gertrudis cross steers 330kg for 624c/kg or $2075.
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