WEANER steers dominated Friday's Gunnedah store cattle sale, reaching a top of $2010 a head.
The category made up the majority of the 550 head that were yarded for the monthly sale, with a variety of different breeds up for bids.
Angus-cross steers topped the category at $2010/hd, while Hereford-cross steers also sold well topping at $1900.
Speckle Park steers reached a top of $1400, while Charolais-cross steers climbed to $1850.
Most weaner steers sold from about $1720 to the top of $2010.
A highlight of the section was a run of four pens of Angus weaner steers offered by Woodridge Pastoral Company, Currabubula, which sold from $1720 to $1890.
Despite there being a limited offering yearling steers, those that were up for bids also sold well, with a pen of Santa Gertrudis yearling steers being knocked down for $1980, while a pen of Hereford yearling steers topped the category at $2000.
Some lighter steer calves were also offered at Friday's sale, selling from $800 to $1200.
Restockers dominated the crowd of buyers in attendance, all looking for stock to take advantage of ideal seasonal conditions.
Prices remained consistent throughout the heifer categories, which were also dominated by weaners, with a pen of Brahford heifers reaching a top of $1900.
Much like the steer category, a variety of different breeds were up for bids including pens of Black Baldy heifers which reached a top of $1840, Hereford heifers which climbed to $1790, Charolais heifers, which topped at $1720 and Speckle Park heifers that sold to a top of $1200.
Majority of the heifer pens sold from $1500 to about $1800.
Some pens of lighter Brahman heifers were also sold for $810, meaning prices spanned from $810 to the top of $1900.
Only one pen of pregnancy-tested-in-calf heifers were offered at Friday's sale, with the solitary entry being a draft of crossbred PTIC-cows that sold for $2325 a unit.
Friday's sale also offered six drafts of cows with calves, which was topped by a pen of Angus-cross cows with calves that sold for $3175 a unit.
Three pens of Hereford-cross cows with calves were also a highlight of the category, with two selling for $3000 and the third for $2500.
The other two pens were made up of Angus cows with calves that sold for $3100 and Euro-cross cows with calves that sold for $3000.
The sale was conducted by the Gunnedah Stock and Station Agents Association.
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