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TAS Country : February 16th 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012 Tasmanian Country 17 Yearlings in demand from restockers RICHARD BAILEY THERE was a slightly larger total yarding of 205 trade and export cattle at Killafaddy on Tuesday, with most of the increase being grown steers and bullocks. The trade cattle market was 2c to 6c/kg cheaper on average with most vealers making 195c to 224c/kg and yearling heifers 176c to 194c/kg. Restockers bought almo- st all the yearling steers for 185c to 206c/kg or $756 to $906/head. There was a larger yard- ing of 58 grown steers and bullocks, with the steers making 174c to 189c/kg, heavy bullocks 165c to 187c/kg and extra heavy (over 750kg) 158c to 173c/kg, topping at $1323/head. There was a similar number of 43 cows and these sold to a stronger market with heavy pens making 130c to 141c/kg (average 137c/kg) while re- stockers paid 103c to 140c/kg or $497 to $676/head. There was another small penning of prime lambs and following recent local and interstate trends, most lambs were $4 to $6/head cheaper. Heavy lambs sold for $105 to $127, trade $90 to $111 and light trade $75 to $90/head. Most lambs are still in the wool and many are showing the affects of re- cent hot weather. Buyers showed a strong preference for well- finished shorn lambs. For addi onal Informa on and photos please visit www.elders.com.au go to rural services enter Sale Id: I F S E uesda 21st Fe ruar --------------------------------------- 2042328-120217 C E ING S E E MS Strictly cash or approved cheque on day of sale. Bidders to register, ID required. GST will be added where applicable -- -- NO BU E S P EMIUM Saturda 18th Fe ruar 2012 at 1 PM t Bracknell ecrea on Grounds Items Include Plant & Machiner : 351 Mi -all h/ ill PTO drive PTO Drive & 3ph otor driven 8" 40 Grain Auger 4 bay Arrow la b arking cradle, Cult. 10 Cult. 34 S/ ne 16 with Cru bler 3f plough Roterra ely 12 yd Tipper trailer ar Trailer 10 steel roller Alu pipe & Poly pipe ngs Duncan Side-winder 3pl bale feeder Kuhn Rotary 8 hoe Round bale ring feeder Kverneland 3f Plough igh eld Ca le Crush MB 6f Plough c/w hyd & turning rear wheel Ripper deep 7t Discs 28 set yd Dual door a uni on safe 1800 X 1000 900 Braking Down saw Water Trough 3pl Irri Anchor, ert Spreader PTO .5 ton trailer, 6' Carryall, Shearer Drill, Kru p er lizer Spreader, Stock urdles (suit Trailer) Dog Crate, Dog Yard (4 sect), Ca le ead Bale (Tas ec), Sthyl chainsaw lawn owers, Bull bar 4wd bo trailer ar gates n ues: Pu p , 18" tyres & ri s, Post hole digger 2, ehicles: 15' Pop top Caravan, Alu locking top for ord Courier Dual Cab ront Bu pers for Courier Wide oad Sign c/w /lights onda 250 /bike Steel Ute flat tray 8' 6', Furniture: Mahogany cabinet, Office desks 7 iling cabinets 14 Office Chairs 8 S all wooden desks 8 Cabinet c/w fridge eather ounge Suite, Chairs various Wall Unit Coffee tables Chests of drawers Bunk beds Doors -- black glass, ber Roller, Internal Steel door fra es loor Rugs 6 ra ed prints Sa on Wood eater & lue Book Shelf Astor Beer ridge, TV's, Alu . Windows S/steel sink Toilet Cisterns & Pans 25lt h/water cyl Shower screens Blinds leuro lights Plas c Stools, Roll of carpet Sundr : 2 8 3 Pine Bark deliv ton area 100 95-130 1.8 s.h treated posts 300 plas c feet for r/ esh 400 4' fence droppers, 300 4' fence droppers 20 bales of oat straw, 10 bales of pea straw, Milk Cans Rape Seed Set of 16"agricultural wheels Steel steps 5t E/chain Ca p Oven C/Iron Cook ware Wooden Wine Barrel 6 14't inger Reel co plete bats .5" gal bolts & nuts Rubber Bel ng Recovery Jack ishing net Spraypack, h.d w/ barrow Alu E t adder, Elec stand 200k heaters, Sidchro e 7d Cabinet, Plas c dru s 25lt AB Circle Pro E/bike Ind. Vac cleaner Trolley Aquariu & equip Qty of steel o s : du p truck, lego, Table, Spider an seat JD Petrol tractor, Bikes B/ ball pole uts & bolts Numerous Sundr Items For full list please visit Sale Id: C1736 uncheon Available Adrian Ra ray 0419 220 575 Mark Edward 0400 115 994 Mul endor uc on Wesley Vale ootball Ground 11 am Saturda 3rd March Sale Id: C1750 Approved Outside Entries Invited Phillip Harrison 0408 269 313 lan Perr 0419 560 628 ---------------------------------------- Mul endor uc on Woodsdale ootball Ground 11 am, Sunda 4th March Sale Id: C1751 Entries Invited nthon Sco 0418 581 785 FO HCOMING E EN S Powranna Forthcoming Calf Sales: hurs 15th March, hurs 29th March, Fri 27th pril B C NE UC ION FO S E GST ay apply, all prices quoted are GST E clusive 350 Border Merino 1 yr Ewes, well grown $185 Will sell in lots to suit nthon Sco 0418 581 785 ---------------------------------------- 12 Angus riesian cows with ov Angus calves ( rst calvers) re oined to Santa Gertrudis Angus bull 26 ov on. $1600 30 .a. Angus & Angus cows, with Sept/Oct drop calves at foot re oined to Santa Angus bull 26 ov on $1600 Greg Harris 0409 799 960 ---------------------------------------- 200 4-6yr Border Merino ewes 150 4-6yr Co posite ewes July Shorn A S -- 2 Drenched & backlined 5/1/12 Depastured with P/Dorset & W/Suffolk Ra s, Jan on Greg Harris 0409 799 960 ---------------------------------------- 60 Co posite/Border-Merino ewe la bs ( oinable) 140 Co posite/Border-Merino ewe la bs Drop: Aug/Sept Shorn: Dec 11th A S -- 3 2 5-in-1 vac, drenched 2/2/12 Greg Harris 0409 799 960 ---------------------------------------- 200 round bales hay, West Ta ar $25 ann Salter 0437 302 266 ---------------------------------------- 20 Pure Poll Dorset ewes (age 10 1yr 5 2yr 5 3yr Selec on of Border eicester Ra s pure top quality avid al ot 0409 899 950 v www.elders.com.au Phone: 6398 8553 Tasmania Feedlot Pty Ltd You are invited to a free field day at Tasmania Feedlot, Powranna The Angus Society of Australia Tasmania Committee, and Tasmania Feedlot, invite you to an informative day with international guest speakers focussing on animal requirements and welfare including a feedlot update from the Managing Director Andrew Thompson. When: Friday 24th February, 10.30-1.30pm including a tour of the feedlot and BBQ lunch Where: Tas Feedlot, Midlands Highway, Powranna RSVP essential for catering purposes to the Angus Society State Secretary Sarah Cole -- 0407 051 047 or email@example.com ALL BREEDS WELCOME AUSTRALIAN LAMB CO P/L FOR CURRENT WEIGHT RANGE PRICES CONTACT OUR TASMANIAN BUYER MALCOLM CLARK AH (03) 6428 7713 mobile 0418 140 450 or your local agent "We are Australian Lamb" www.austlambco.com.au • Supporting Tasmanian Prime Lamb producers for the past 17 years. • Now also processing mutton • No fat score penalties • We tender your skins to maximise your returns 2066228-111209 Lamb prices fail to lift spirits market TALK Richard Bailey LAMB and sheep prices have struggled again this week, with lambs falling a further $5 to $8/head in most markets. In Victoria, numbers were much smaller but that made no difference until Wednesday at Hamil- ton where the market actu- ally improved. At Bendigo on Monday there were 10,572 lambs penned (9755 less than last week) and at Ballarat 17,100 (12,755 less) while at Hamilton on Wednesday there were only 7350 (9657 less). For this time of the year these are very small num- bers with producers obvi- ously unhappy with cur- rent price levels. Finishers, who paid between $90 and $120 for store lambs before Christmas, are also not wanting to sell at current prices. From the sellers point of view, feed grain is cheap and although much of Vic- toria has got dry there are still many lambs on fodder crops. At Ballarat, most three score trade lambs made $96 to $122 and ranged from 420c to 500c/kg while heavy lambs made $117 to $140 with most averaging 430c/kg, dressed weight. At Hamilton trade lambs averaged 480c/kg and heavy pens 450c/kg which is getting back to values being paid a few weeks ago. Locally at Quoiba, heavy lambs made $120 to $129, trade $110 to $120 and lighter $90 to $105/head. At Killafaddy heavy lambs made $105 to $118, with extra heavy (over 24kg) $120 to $127 while trade lambs made $85 to $111 and light trade $85 to $90/head. It will be very interest- ing to see market over the next month. With the exporters mainly driving the market it will also be interesting to see the kill figures over the same period as they have dropped over the past fort- night. The high Australian dol- lar would be making life difficult for the exporters and so we are in for some fascinating times! The posi- tive news on the lamb front is that lamb exports to South East Asia and Greater China jum- ped 5 per cent year-on-year in January to 2378 tonnes with strong demand from China (1571 tonnes) driving the in- crease. While Australian mut- ton supplies continue to remain historically tight, shipments to this region in January surged 65 per cent with shipments to China, Malaysia and Taiwan all increasing significantly. Australian lamb export values passed the $1 billion mark for the first time in a calendar year in 2011, fin- ishing the year with a record A$1.1 billion which is 12 per cent higher than in 2010. The United States re- mained by far the most valuable market increas- ing 19 per cent to $350 million or 32 per cent of the total. Values to the Middle East were steady, finishing at $216 million while ex- ports to Greater China were at $117 million, up 24 per cent on 2010. The Stock Report
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