Mountain Calf Sales
Stock & Land market analyst Peter Kostos discusses today’s Ensay calf sale result with Elders’ Jamie Quinlan.
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It took a long time before prices dropped below $1000/head.

The Elders Omeo Hereford sale, on Wednesday afternoon, may not have presented the heaviest steers, but with a yarding of 1195 steers, a much larger selection of quality bred steers were on offer.

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Buyers advised most yards are lacking supplies of light and medium trade lambs.

As the somewhat dry autumn weather conditions remain, quality concerns are the hot topic of conversation by most domestic processors.
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Producers have spent thousands of dollars to make sure repeat buyers have some surety of cattle to fatten.

Ensay producers have to be applauded for their effort, time, and money to offer such a good quality yarding at the Wednesday morning sale.

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