Yarding: 2325Last Week: 5098Date: 01/04/2020
Numbers decreased to 2,325 head at Dalby, a change of 2,770 head on the previous week. A fair panel of buyers were present however not all processors were operating.
Yarding: 5098Last Week: 6556Date: 25/03/2020
Numbers reduced by 1,458 head to 5,098 at Dalby. Overall quality was generally good. The large panel of export buyers included a super market buyer plus most of the regular feeder operators and restockers. Most classes could not maintain the high levels of the previous week.
Yarding: 6556Last Week: 3130Date: 18/03/2020
Numbers increased by over 3000 head to 3130 head to a total yarding of 6556. Buyer attendance was good with most regular buyers and processors operating on a slightly cheaper market.
Yarding: 3922Last Week: 3130Date: 11/03/2020
Numbers decreased by 792 head to 3130 head yarded this week. The usual panel of export and feeder buyers was present and operating in a generally dearer market.
Yarding: 3055Last Week: 8000Date: 26/02/2020
A reduced yarding to a total of 3055 head. overall quality was fair with grain fed cattle still making up to majority of the yarding.
Yarding: 8000Last Week: 4253Date: 19/02/2020
Numbers increased today by over 3000 head to a total yarding of over 8000 head. Overall quality was fair and large runs of store condition and grain fed cattle were on offer.
Yarding: 4253Last Week: 4184Date: 12/02/2020
Numbers slightly increased to a total yarding of 4253 head. Overall quality was good with the majority of the yarding made up of supplementary fed cattle. Buyer attendance was fair and all processors were operating on a rising market.
Yarding: 4184Last Week: 3356Date: 05/02/2020
Numbers increased by 828 head to 4,184 head this week. Overall quality was fair to with a large number of grain fed cattle included in the yarding. Buyer attendance was high and all processors were operating. All categories lifted across the board this week.
Yarding: 4079Last Week: 1915Date: 15/01/2020
Numbers increased today by 2164 head to a total yarding of 4079. A full panel of buyers were present with an increase of new buyers also operating on the hopes of some much-needed rain.
Yarding: 1915Last Week: -Date: 08/01/2020
The first sale of the new year attracted 1,915 head of mixed quality cattle with a fair number of store and lighter condition cattle yarded. A fair panel of the usual buyers were present although not all processors were operating. Bulls were in shorter supply but held firm on last sales market. Heavy cows sold to processors made up to 219.2 cents experiencing little change. Medium weight and lighter conditions cows made up most of the cow yarding with medium weight cows selling firm to slightly cheaper while boner cows were 8 to 10 cents easier. Quality lines of feeder cattle sold well while lighter condition drought affected lines proved harder to shift. Feeder steers sold well selling to a firm market and feeders heifers followed a similar trend once again on a quality driven market. Restocker classes were in shorter supply with restocker steers selling firm to slightly easier and restocker heifers eased 4 to 6 cents.
Yarding: 5754Last Week: 7129Date: 22/05/2019
Numbers eased by 1375 head to a total yarding of 5754 head for this week. Feeder classes lifted slightly across the board with quality feeder steers 4 to 6 cents dearer on last weeks prices.
Yarding: 7129Last Week: 5889Date: 15/05/2019
An increase in numbers his week of 1240 head saw a large yarding of 7129 head in total. Cows were readily available with over 2000 on offer. Buyer attendance was good however prices eased across most classes.
Yarding: 5889Last Week: 5950Date: 08/05/2019
Numbers decreased by 61 to a total yarding of 5889. Cows were in a good supply with prices lifting across all classes. Feeder steer classes remained firm. Feeder heifers sold to a similar market trend holding firm. Restockers were in decent supply selling firm on last weeks market.
Yarding: 1365Last Week: 3951Date: 24/04/2019
With another short week upon us, numbers eased again today. A short supply of bullocks and heavy grown steers were on offer. Bulls continued to sell well, Cows were in shorter supply however lifted across all categories.
Yarding: 3951Last Week: 7612Date: 17/04/2019
Numbers eased today by 3663 to a mixed quality yarding of 3951 head. Cows were in shorter supply with quality heavy cows selling firm to a slightly cheaper market. Restocker steers and heifer classes eased across the board with quality lines easing 5 to 10 cents. While lesser quality lines particularly heifer classes eased 15 to 20 cents.
Yarding: 7612Last Week: 5842Date: 10/04/2019
Numbers increased today by 1770 to a quality yarding of 7612. Restocker numbers were in a good supply although prices easing across both classes of steers and heifers with the exception of a small selection of quality pens working on a quality pending market.
Yarding: 5027Last Week: 4629Date: 27/03/2019
Numbers increased across most areas with a large consignment of yearling heifers presented. Export buyer attendance was good with most regular feeder operators present and operating.
Yarding: 4629Last Week: 2997Date: 20/03/2019
Numbers increased this week by 1632 head to a total yarding of 4629 head. Most export buyers and processors were present and operating on a firm to slightly better market.
Yarding: 2997Last Week: 6014Date: 13/03/2019
Numbers reduced substantially this week by just over 3000 head to a total yarding of 2997 head. All buyers and processors were in operation competing in a stronger market with shorter supply of quality cattle.
Yarding: 6014Last Week: 8349Date: 06/03/2019
Numbers reduced from the high of the previous week to 6014 head, and included in the lineup were 344 head from NSW, and 1169 from far Western Queensland, with the remainder from the usual supply area.
Yarding: 8349Last Week: 6017Date: 27/02/2019
Numbers lifted by 2300 head to a large mixed quality yarding of 8349 head. Buyer attendance was good overall and all processers were present and operating on an easier market. Bullocks and heavy grown steers were in limited supply but still sold to a slightly easier market of 5 to 8 cents.
Yarding: 6017Last Week: 5267Date: 20/02/2019
Numbers increased by 750 head to a fair quality yarding of 6017 head, with the continuing dry weather really biting down upon us.
Yarding: 5267Last Week: 6218Date: 13/02/2019
Numbers eased by 951 head to a mixed quality yarding of 5267 head. All processors were operating however not all lotfeeders were in attendance.
Yarding: 6218Last Week: 3487Date: 06/02/2019
Numbers increased by 2,731 head to a good quality yarding of 6,218 head. Export and feeder cattle were wellrepresented. Good quality restockers were on offer sparking healthy competition between buyers, increasing prices.
Yarding: 3487Last Week: 5009Date: 30/01/2019
Numbers eased by 1,522 head for a total yarding of 3,487. Buyer presence was strong with all the major exporters competing on a stronger market. Prices improved across many categories with Cows, Heavy Steers and Bullocks receiving the largest gains.
Yarding: 5009Last Week: 8021Date: 23/01/2019
Numbers eased by 3012 head this week for a yarding of 5009 head. All export buyers were present and operating this week which saw prices hold firm on last week.