Alice Springs sale red hot

Alice Springs sale red hot


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At the Alice Springs saleyards were Teys Australia's David Woolard  and Princess Royal's  Jack Rowe and Luke Bavistock.

At the Alice Springs saleyards were Teys Australia's David Woolard and Princess Royal's Jack Rowe and Luke Bavistock.

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RECORDS fell at the Roe Creek saleyards in Alice Springs, NT, on Thursday July 21, with steers making to $3.54 a kilogram.

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RECORDS fell at the Roe Creek saleyards in Alice Springs, NT, on Thursday July 21, with steers making to $3.54 a kilogram.

That was 60 cents a kilogram up on last year’s top price of $2.94/kg.

The top steers were black baldies from Lucy Creek Station, via Alice Springs.

Overall, there were 2029 steers weighing up to 400kg yarded. They sold from $2.85-$3.54/kg and averaged $3.39/kg.

There were 118 steers weighing 400-500kg yarded. They sold from $2.90-$3.38/kg, av $3.29/kg.

Topping the heifer market at $3.42/kg were Droughtmasters from Wallace Ruckhole, Alice Springs.

Heifers sold from $2.50-$3.42/kg and averaged $3.09/kg.

Buyers came from Qld, NSW, SA as well as local NT bidders.

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