SALES RESULTS ARCHIVES

Kaikohe sale 19.09

The market in places showed improvement at Kaikohe on Wednesday, with autumn-born bulls in particular a highlight, PGG Wrightson agent Vaughan Vujcich reported.

Lorneville sale 18.09

Cattle are replacing sheep in volume at Lorneville and there was more focus on these pens on Tuesday.

Rongotea sale 19.09

A big yarding of autumn-born Hereford-Friesian weaners made for spirited bidding at Rongotea on Wednesday, New Zealand Farmers Livestock agent Darryl Harwood reported, with calf prices remaining strong.

Balclutha sale 19.09

The sheep pens were quiet at Balclutha on Wednesday, though numbers were bolstered by wet-dry ewes, PGG Wrightson agent Alex Horn reported.

Taranaki cattle sale 19.09

Too many cattle booked for the fair at Taranaki meant a re-think and just two-year cattle were offered on Wednesday.

Pukekohe sale 15.09

The attraction of good prices drew yet more cattle to Pukekohe on Saturday 15th September. Good cattle sold to recent levels but large entries of off-bred types proved to be harder work.

Canterbury Park sale 18.09

Both store cattle and prime lambs lifted in volume at Canterbury on Tuesday, but were under heavy scrutiny.

Frankton cattle and feeder calf sale 19.09

A mainly local buying bench met with a yarding of just under 1000 cattle at Frankton on Wednesday. The market was solid for older cattle though one-year and autumn-born weaners eased.

Rangiuru sale 18.09

Bidding on store cattle at Rangiuru on Tuesday was more reserved than expected, though prime cattle continued to tread a steady path.