CATTLE returns at Mount Pleasant have made a swift recovery this week, after prices retracted slightly in past weeks but reached $2800 on Thursday.
Market uncertainty is still swirling around the sector but AG&BA Loffler, Mannum, made the $2800 top price for one Angus cross steer, while JM&DG Chambers, Birdwood, made $1880 for two Angus steers and $1860 for another two.
EJ&GB Lindner, Balhannah, made $1560 for two Murray Greys and Parish Rural, Tintinara, made $1480 for two Angus steers.
Returns for steers remained strong throughout the sale with J Fraser - Landsdown, Mount Pleasant, making $1460 for two Murray Greys.
In the heifer section, AG&BA Loffler also offered heifers and made $2360 for one Angus and a further $2180 for an Angus cross.
Parish Rural offered three Angus and made $1620 and $1580 for two, while SJ&RJ Dohnt, Eden Valley, made $1480 for two Poll Hereford crosses.
Regular vendor M&T Saegenschnitter, Nuriootpa, made $212 for 20 lambs and a further $210, for 11, while NT&PF Hall, Angas Valley, made $208 for 18 lambs.
HT Hein, Murray Bridge, $198 for 10 Merino lambs.
Young ewes made $186 for one from Bowman Park, Mount Pleasant, CJ and DL Smith, Forreston, made $182 for two lambs.
Returns for wethers were also solid and on-par with other saleyards after DC White, Woodside, $160, and Alan Willson, Angaston, made $150 for three.
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