articles about cattle-prices
'Weanling bulls up on the previous weeks'
A larger entry on offer due to the recent inclement weather conditions
'Trade for bulls and plain cattle remains difficult while good-quality, lighter cattle are much easier sold'
'Cattle are still being presented in very good order'
'The best-selling weanlings are bulls 300kgs- 430kgs and heifers 300kgs-400kgs'
‘Some farmers anxious to sell due to heavy rain over the last two weeks’
'Bigger numbers are starting to come out; nice quality cattle are easy to sell'
Heifers fetched from €385-€600 over the kilo and bullocks pushed from €380 up to €595 over the kilo
Heifers hit €695 over and weanling bulls and heifers sold to €550 over
“Heifer weanlings and store heifers were a very strong trade especially the quality lots”
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Weanling bulls sold from €2.25-€2.86/kg while weanling heifers moved from €2.31-€3.03/kg
'A larger yard of heifers met with better demand especially the quality lots' - Candler
More activity in weanling rings, according to Egan
‘Farmers, agents and feedlot buyers were all in competition to purchase cattle’
‘A good lively trade for all classes of cattle’
Heifers sold to €2.20/kg, bullocks hit €2.22/kg and dry cows topped out at €1.76/kg.
Lighter R grade weanling bulls of 250kgs to 320kgs and heavy, plainer-types are sought.