Crossbred lambs sold to $274 at a newly-upgraded Ouyen Livestock Exchange in Vic on Thursday.
IT WAS Groundhog Day again on Friday, with another cracking store sale at Mount Gambier, where prices showed no signs of easing.
BOTH heavier and lighter cattle attracted strong bidding battles at the Strathalbyn cattle sale on Friday, with the sensational run of high cattle prices well and truly continued.
THE blazing store cattle job is showing no signs of abating, with another strong monthly sale held at Naracoorte on Thursday.
The European Green Deal may put Australian beef export negotiations under a cloud, writes Ken Wilcock.
There was as strong a competition for the last pen of cattle as the first at last week's Mortlake cattle sale at the WVLX.
LOCAL graziers who have been sitting on their hands for the past couple of months waiting for cattle prices to stabilise, finally threw caution to the wind on Friday at Mount Gambier's monthly store market.
The Colorado Cattlemen's Association has countered the March 20 MeatOut Day with its own Meat In Day, writes Ken Wilcock.
CATTLE prices continued to soar at the Mount Pleasant weaner and breeder sale on Thursday last week, after restockers underpinned the sale and pushed the market top to $2800 for cows with calves.