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Queensland cattle in yard
Cattle

Heavy Steers and Vealers charge

Yardings and slaughter are up and the EYCI climbed again. Heavy steers and vealers are charging ahead but the Australian dollar has stubbornly pushed higher,

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Sheep and lambs
Sheep

Bouncing towards spring

New season lambs are now fronting up in the south and are starting to dominate the yards. They were met with a more confident market

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Cattle

Slaughter slides south

Cattle slaughter went down down down last week, with the lack of supply continuing to support prices. Eastern states cattle kill fell 17 per cent

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Wool

Wool is hanging in …just!

It seems the big correction last week generated some buyer interest as well as lowering sellers price expectation, with sales this week “solid” and clearance

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Grains & Oilseeds

USDA confirms ample stocks

The wheat market has borne the brunt of expectations of another big global crop. Bigger crops in Russia, Canada and Australia have more than compensated

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The rain driven rapid rise in young cattle prices at saleyard level should translate quickly into higher export feeder cattle prices.

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The rain driven rapid rise in young cattle prices at saleyard level should translate quickly into higher export feeder cattle prices.