Buyers set floor on heavy stock even as numbers jump at Mt Gambier market

By Jacqui Bateman
Updated June 19 2024 - 9:25am, first published June 18 2024 - 2:40pm
Leigh Kent, Canunda, sold 40 Yerwal-blood Angus steers for an average of $1742. Mr Kent's heaviest draft, 469kg, sold at $1800 or $3.84/kg to Teys Australia, while a lighter draft, 432kg, sold to J&F at $1670 or $3.87/kg. Picture by Jacqui Bateman
Leigh Kent, Canunda, sold 40 Yerwal-blood Angus steers for an average of $1742. Mr Kent's heaviest draft, 469kg, sold at $1800 or $3.84/kg to Teys Australia, while a lighter draft, 432kg, sold to J&F at $1670 or $3.87/kg. Picture by Jacqui Bateman

A mixed quality yarding of 3314 cattle in typical winter condition were sold at the Mount Gambier store market last Friday.

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