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Yarding shows pens need

The combination of a strong market, an excess of prime cattle and dry roads saw Dubbo agents draw for 7975 head for their regular sale on ThursdayOctober 13.
Nanjing Night Net

Scanning of the yarding hadnot been completed at the time ofwritingbut needless to say the complexhadoverflowed with many agents requiring a re-run at the end of the day.

A re-run often consistsof cattle that were not booked in prior to adraw. Progress is being made with the improvements to the yards but with the number of wet days not helping the cause.

From an agent’s point of view the most important part of construction is yet to commence –the addition of another 150 to 200 promised sell pens.Thursday’sdraw was based on 28-plus head per penwhich, unless the cattle in question are Bobbiecalves, become impossible to fit. This in turn necessitateswithdrawing some cattle from sale orhaving a re-run.

Once again, the quality and finish of the cattle was outstanding. This should continue far into coming weeks.

The National Livestock Reporting Service (NLRS) has released the numbers for the cattle yards reported on in its market survey.

The top 10 yardsshow very little change and are ratedas follows: 1. Dubbo 236,651 head,2.Wagga 187,105 head, 3.Carcoar 146,667, 4.Tamworth 112,118,5. Casino 107,462, 6.Gunnedah 97,294, 7.Forbes 72,922, 8.Moss Vale 67,752, 9.Inverell 67,406, 10.Scone 60,505.

Tamworth moved from sixth to fourth. Casino from seventh to fifth and Moss Vale tenth to eighth.

Losers were Gunnedah and Forbes both of which seemed to lose a spot or two. It will be interesting to see where the new complexat Yass fits in after a full 12 months of operation. My guess is this centre will quickly assume a position in the top 10if the (NLRS)includes it in itsregular market reporting.

Dubbo has again displayed the important role it occupies in the livestock and agency industry by being selected by TopXAustralia as the venue for its annual conference and training seminars.

TopX,with a network of 12 offices in Queensland and one in NSW, has its headquarters at Roma. From October 21 to 24,35 to 40 of its employees will take part. This influx of people will do no harm whatsoever to the localeconomy.

David Monk of NLRS has finalised his report for this sale with most grades considerably cheaper. Best vealers lost closeto 30c/kg. Young feeders were 25 to 30c/kg back.Young restocker calves were stronger with 465c/kg the best price.Grown steers came in at 15/16c cheaper. Cows were seven to 13c less, topping at 267c/kg. Best bulls recorded 287c/kg. Best heavy feeder steers sold from 322 to 388c/kg.

Stock news: Local stock and station agent Bill Tatt discusses the latest industry news from across the region, in particular the big yarding at Dubbo. Photo: File.

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