The Border Watch : December 6th 2013
MILLER WHAN & JOHN PTY LTD PRODUCERS PLEASE NOTE COWS & BULLS WILL BE SOLD TODAY FRIDAY 6TH GLENBURNIE LIVESTOCK REPORT 4/12/13 2,428 bullocks and yearlings were yarded on Wednesday at Mount Gambier. Although the quality of the yarding was excellent the oversupply of prime cattle was evident. Prices declined markedly with the best heavy bullocks easing up to 10c per kilo. Best prime milk vealers eased 10-17c per kilo. Grass fed yearlings also eased 5-7c. All the usual exporters and domestic processors attended. BULLS Sold Friday Auctioneer Liam Durcan 17 bulls sold to solid competition selling from 120c to 145c per kilo. Quotations: A/c Roxley Park 1 prime Lim bull 145c 940kg $1363, A/c Belgrave Past Co 2 Poll Her bulls sold to 136c 1085kg $1475.60, A/c MR Jennings 1 Jers bull 120c 595kg $714. BULLOCKS & STEERS Drafted and Presented by Auctioneer Andrew Whan & Scott Miller 856 bullocks yarded. Mainly heavy weights yarded and although the price per kilo obtained was low the weight compromised the end result. Heavy bullocks 147c to 170c, young 0-2 tooth bullocks 158c to 173c and dairy x bullocks 138c to 152c. Quotations: A/c Belgrave Past Co, Mumbannar 2 tooth Her bullocks 173c $746.31, A/c V & K Peucker, Mingbool 23 dehorned Her bullocks 170c $1012.71, A/c AF & GA Elijah, Casterton Red Ang bullocks made 161c $1139.88, A/c G & B Jolley, Kongorong Ang bullocks made 164c $961.29, A/c Braelee Past Co 10 Red Ang Illawarra x steers made 152c $984.20, A/c S Rathjen Frs steers made 133c $836. YOUNG CATTLE Drafted and Presented by Auctioneer Peter Creek & Liam Durcan 1572 yearlings and vealers yarded. Quality of the yarding was excellent in the vealers and grass fed yearlings. The competition was subdued because of oversupply of quality prime young cattle with yearlings easing 5-8c and vealers up to 17c. The writer recommends if you have green grass in your paddock utilize it to your advantage and slow the oversupply of prime cattle for the next few weeks. Quotations: A/c GS & SJ Storer, Casterton Poll Her yearling heifers 148c $728.90, A/c KJ & MJ Mountford, Penola Her x heifers 145c $717.25, A/c Jadamar 12 prime Ang steers topped the market 178c $925.60 – a pat on the back. A/c AJ & SM Reichelt, OB Flat Ang heifers 154c $800.80, A/c ND & BJ Baker, Kongorong 20 Lindsay bred M/Grey heifers made to 148c $671.29, A/c Dycer Nominees Simm steer vealers 185c $869.50, A/c GS & SJ Storer 10 outstanding Char steer vealers 190c $703.95 with their sisters making 170c $589.05. COWS Sold Friday Drafted and Presented by Auctioneer Liam Durcan and Peter Creek 425 cows yarded, being the fi rst of the Friday sales which was well supported by all meat processors. Generally all classes of cows returned an increase of 3-5c per kilo with live weights dearer than the previous week. Congratulations to the vendors that supported the sale. Quotations: A/c A Angelino, Heywood Her Frs x cows 128c $944.64, A/c AJ & MS Reichelt, OB Flat 9 Ang cows 129c $838.39, A/c EM & MR Peucker, Mingbool 25 outstanding Poll Her cows made to 129c $856.42, A/c Hillside Holdings, Mingbool Her cows 130c $851.50, A/c Wattleview M/Grey cows 130c $791.92. SHEEP & LAMBS Drafted and Presented by Auctioneer Scott Miller and Jody Darcy 19353 sheep sold. The largest yarding this season consisting of some great new seasons drafts. The large gallery of buyers carried the sale throughout. Export lambs from 26-35kg were $124 to $142 and 24-26kg sold from $115 to $126 a lift of $1-2 – some great drafts represented. Supermarket lambs 22-24kg were $103 to $117 also dearer by $2-3 with both major supermarkets present. The 20-22kg trade lambs from $87 to $111 remained unchanged – averaging $4.25 per kilo. Medium trade lambs 18-20kg were $78 to $92 or up to $3. Light trade lambs presented very fresh and sold very strongly 16-18kg from $78 to $94 or $3-6 dearer. 12-16kg restocking lambs sold from $55 to $82 with a multitude of orders from local and upper South East buyers. Quotations: A/c PC & SL Woolston 285 lambs from $110 to $114, A/c PF & BA Burchard 178 lambs from $105 to $114, A/c Estate RW Reichelt 104 lambs at $111, A/c S & S Oliver 155 light trade lambs from $82 to $92. NEXT MOUNT GAMBIER STORE CATTLE SALE FRIDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2013 AT 11AM MOUNT GAMBIER OFFSHEARS SHEEP SALE REPORT MONDAY 2ND DECEMBER 2013 AT 2PM A total yarding of 3,420 local breeding sheep plus canning ewes. The sale was well represented by repeat local graziers keen to purchase good breeding lines. A/c Reg Edwards & Son sold a line of 258 B/L x-bred ewes, 4 ½ y.o., September shorn at $145, A/c V & K Peucker 157 B/L Corr x ewes, 4 ½ y.o. at $120. Canning ewes sold to dearer rates with restockers mixing strongly with meat processors. Heavy x-bred ewes from $55 to $66. Forward store Mo ewes from $35 to $48 this being $5-8 dearer. CHRISTMAS MARKETS Last market for 2013 – 18th December 2013 First market for 2014 – 8th January 2014 FOR SALE • Hay – 5 x 4 rolls, new season Rye/Clover. Price $44 GST Inc. Contact Andrew Whan 0427 799 406 • Boyd fi eld bin, 22 tonne. $3080 GST Inc. • 8 x 4 x 3 wheat chaff clover & rye grass. Price $165 GST Inc. Contact Scott Miller 0427 799 407 WANTED • Friesian heifer calves for local demand. • Friesian heifers, 120kg+ for immediate delivery. • Friesian heifers, 200kg+, China protocols apply. Contact Liam Durcan 0409 788 892 WANTED CATTLE AGISTMENT • Agistment for 100-200 beef weaners. Contact Liam Durcan 0409 788 892 MWJ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 4 Swann Road, Mumbannar ....................................... $195,000 5 bedroom home with 2 ensuites and 1 bathroom. Set on a 1.3Ha block with gardens that offer many vistas – a true labour of love. Large outdoor entertaining area. This property is full of surprises everywhere you look. Inspection by appointment only. 10 Talbot Road, Moorak .................................................. $449,000 4 bedroom brick and tile home, well appointed kitchen, extensive undercover outdoor area, 1.999Ha block with town water, rainwater and shedding. Ring Garry Hardy today! Phone offi ce 8723 1066 or mobile 0488 055 924 625491 MILLER WHAN & JOHN PTY LTD Livestock Agents & Auctioneers Real Estate Agents M.R.E.I. - RLA 65651 - Members R.M.A. 70 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Phone: 8723 1066, Fax: 8723 1101 Email firstname.lastname@example.org View Property Listings at www.realestate.com.au 32 - The Border Watch, Friday, December 6, 2013 MILLICENT 448 (-609) A GOOD quality yarding featuring some outstanding consignments of heavy weight vealers sold to solid competition from the usual trade and processor buyers last week. Restockers were active on light weight steers and heifers. Restockers purchased light weight vealer steers from 189c to 196c and 172c to 180c/kg for their heifer counterparts. The C3 steer vealers to trade buyers lifted marginally, selling from 165c to 221c, while light weight C3 PRESENTATION OF YOUR LIVESTOCK AT 11.30AM MWJ TAKE PRIDE IN THEIR 32 ON THE LAND VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Restock order demand Prices remain fi rm to high for light weight lambs Sheep NARACOORTE 16067 (-2982) THERE was a similar sized penning of sheep and reduced yarding of lambs on Tuesday. Demand was best for restocking lambs and all weights of sheep, while trade and heavy weight lambs eased in the average to good quality yarding. The usual processors operated along with mainly local restocker inquiry and paid from equal to $3 more for light weight lambs, although trade and heavy weight lambs were $4/head cheaper. Most new season lambs are still unshorn and more are showing dryness in the skin. Sheep to processors were $5 to $10/head dearer and many were heavy and extra heavy weights in four and fi ve score condition. The light weight two score lambs made from $60 to $70 with restockers paying from $40 to $79/head. Light trade weight two and three score lambs sold between $76 and $83 with restockers from $62 to $84 and up to $92/head for those just into the trade weight category. Trade and heavy weight three score lambs sold from $76 to $103/head and averaged 364c/kg cwt. The heavy weight four score lambs averaged 393c/ kg cwt and were from $91 to $122, with an isolated extra heavy weight pen at $136/ head. The few pens of old trade weight lambs were from $55 to $66 with the heavy weights at $75 to $85/head. Selective bidders lower value Cattle MOUNT GAMBIER 2505 (+792) A LARGER, generally very good quality yarding consisting of 823 grown steers and 1586 young cattle sold to easing demand from the usual group of trade and processor buyers on Wednesday. Several prominent processors bid only sparingly and prices eased signifi cantly as a consequence. Restockers were active on selected consignments at prices above last week. Vealers were plentiful, restockers paid 157c to 200c/kg for steers to feed on. The C3 vealers to trade buyers eased up to 17c and sold from 160c to 200c, lightweight C3 heifers sold from 155c to 175c and heavyweights eased 7c and returned 150c to 190c/kg. A good selection of yearling steers eased 10c, they sold from 154c to 182c, restockers operated on yearling heifers and paid 125c to 147c and heavyweight C3 yearling heifers eased 15c to return 129c to 172c/kg. A large yarding of principally heavyweight grown steers failed to attract the sustained bidding of recent weeks, lightweight C3 steers eased 7c and sold from 148c to 178c and heavyweights eased 10c and returned 147c to 180c/kg. Grown heifers were scarce, despite this, prices eased 13c and they sold from 134c to 136c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold from 130c to 146c and one large draft of pastoral bred steers sold from 100c to 128c/kg lwt. The few bulls yarded returned vendors 138c to 142c/kg. South East orders prominent MOUNT GAMBIER Sheep 19353 (+4153) A LARGER yarding of 19,353 sheep and lambs comprising mainly of very good quality trade and heavyweight crossbred new season lambs sold to very strong competition provided by a large panel of trade and processor buyers on Wednesday. Restockers from Millicent, Penola and local areas were prominent and paid from $64 to $84/head. Lightweight three score lambs to trade buyers lifted $2, they sold from $78 to $92/head and averaged 402c/kg cwt. Light trade weight four scores remained unchanged to sell from $89 to $111/head and averaged 425c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weights lifted marginally to sell from $103 to $117/ head and averaged 424c/kg cwt. Heavyweights lifted $2 and sold from $115 to $142/head and returned 408 to 436c/kg cwt. The handful of sheep penned returned from $32 to $66/head. Solid competition by usual trade Cattle heifers lifted 7c and sold from 158c to 176c and heavy weights lifted 2c to return from 160c to 193c/kg. Yearling numbers were fewer, with the C3 steers easing 4c and making from 158c to 175c, while the heifers remained unchanged and sold from 148c to 155c/kg. Grown steers lacked the quality of the previous week, easing by up to 10c and selling from 160c to 185c, while manufacturing steers sold at 146c/kg. A small yarding of good quality cows sold to solid processor competition. The D3 cows eased a marginal 3c and sold from 126 to 135c, while a good selection of heavy weight bulls returned vendors from 135c to 155c/ kg. Heavy weight hoggets sold from $50 to $80/head. Medium weight two and three score sheep sold from $40 to $52 with longer wool Merino ewes to $57/head. Heavy three to fi ve score sheep mainly ranged from $42 to $66 with restockers paying from $65 to $84.50/ head. A run of two to four score sheep averaged 185c while the fi ve scores were at 150c/ kg cwt. Heavy weight rams continue to attracted dull inquiry and made from $10 to $23/head. Numbers increase Sheep HAMILTON 34421 (+6811) A GOOD to very good quality offering of trade and heavy weight lambs together with a vast penning of store conditioned light weights were in the increased yarding on Wednesday. The regular fi eld of seasonal buyers attended and operated although one supermarket buyer was not in attendance. Restockers came from a wider area though not all operated fully. Demand for most lambs opened $3 to $5 higher then eased, but rallied again to fi nish unchanged for the larger penning of heavy and extra heavy weight lambs. Trade weights averaged $4 higher, while lighter trade and restocking lambs were $2 to $3/head better overall. Light weight lambs sold $5/head cheaper. Cattle supply lifts Cattle NARACOORTE 2606 (+1168) SUPPLY lifted causing downward pressure on prices at Tuesday’s sale. This was despite the mainly good quality yarding, with most in 3 to 4 score condition. One less exporter operated on the offering that contained more weight and older cattle. The yarding comprised of 2465 head sold by live weight and 141 head by open auction. Vealers were in short supply but still managed to record the biggest losses, down 20c/kg. The C muscled grades made from 145c to 190c, with odd sales to 210c/kg. Restockers paid from 159c to 165c/kg for vealer steer replacements. Yearlings were 10c to 15c/kg cheaper with heifers most affected. The C muscled grades made from 135c to 175c for most with the best steers topping at 202c and restockers going to 188c for steers and 155c/kg for their heifer replacements. More four score cattle were added to this weeks yarding and they were generally 5c to 15c/kg lower than the three score prices. More weight and increased numbers of grown steers came forward, including a large consignment of over 140 head from the one vendor. Prices were 10c lower for the C3 heavy steer category and on average 5c cheaper for the C4 bullocks, though some sales were as low as 15c/kg behind last weeks prices. One less exporter was in attendance, however did not help prices, with most from 152c to 178c for most C3 and C4 grades with an odd sale or two up to 186c/kg.
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