Market Reports

Stock Comment

Light yarding of 107hd cattle in Grafton today, with not a lot of Heavy Bullocks on offer but the best of the Bullocks made 356c/kg. Cows sold stronger to make 352c/kg with most sales around 332-338c/kg. With few Heavy heifers to Processors selling to 342c/kg. Young Cattle sold well for the light yarding with light steers making 618c/kg & light heifers selling to 590c/kg. Next Prime Cattle Sale will be on next Tuesday 23rd August with an 8am start and our next Store Sale on Thursday the 1st of September with a 9am start. Your early entries are invited.

Prices from our sale records 21/07/2022


Feeder Steers458528
Export Heifers336340
Export Cows336352
Export Bulls293310
Weaner Steers513618
Weaner Heifers494590
Weaner Steers <190kg582618

Sale Features

Fraser Cattle Co Wagyu Cross Steers Sold to 460c/kg weighed 450kg to return $2061/hd

M McCarthy Angus Cross Steers Sold to 528c/kg weighed 300kg to return $1578/hd

S & NL Tait heifers Sold to 334c/kg weighed 580kg to return $1926/hd

Wavehill Pastoral Cows Sold to 340c/kg weighed 572kg to return $1934/hd

ED Reilly Angus Heifers Sold to 570c/kg weighed 145kg to return $826/hd


Vendor of the Week


Merle Simkus of Grafton was selected as the ‘vendor of the week’ at the Grafton store cattle sale on Thursday August 11 th .  The vendor sold 13 Ultrablack heifers from her picturesque property on the peninsula formed by the junction of the Orara and Clarence Rivers.   The young heifers with great breeding potential were very popular with buyers, topping at 534.2c/kg for the pen of 5 pictured. These calves averaged 237kg to gross the vendor $1,266.05/head.  The offering was sold by Farrell McCrohon Stock and Station Agents.




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