Prime markets in the south this week record softer bids for cows and dearer prices for joining weight heifers

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By Jamie Brown
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:05pm, first published May 10 2022 - 2:00am
Wagga Regional Livestock director Isaac Hill with black baldy steers 521kg from Don Woodford, Bungendore, which made 542c/kg or $2827 on Monday. Photo: Supplied

Wagga Wagga kicked off the week's round of prime markets on Monday with 2600 yarded - a similar number to this time last year but significantly down on numbers compared to three years ago, reported director of Wagga Regional Livestock Isaac Hill.

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Jamie Brown

North Coast reporter