This week listings rose 22% to 14,916 head. The average Value Over Reserve jumped $37 to $102 and the clearance rate dropped 10 percentage points to 66%. The AuctionsPlus Young Cattle Indicator lifted 20 points to 369, meanwhile benchmark steers 280-330kg were up 1% to $1,183.

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In a turbulent week for the sheep industry, with the official announcement of the closure of the live sheep export industry in fou...
This week's cattle comments comes to you from the AuctionsPlus team at Beef, 2024 at Rockhampton. While the industry gathered en m...
It was encouraging to see a clean sweep of positives on the AuctionsPlus commercial sheep and lamb dashboard this week. Listings j...
In a turbulent week for the sheep industry, with the official announcement of the closure of the live sheep export industry in four years, the knock-on affect of low confidence has turned last week's positive uptick in all indicators upside down.
This week listings fell by 18% to 12,208 head. The average Value Over Reserve jumped $19 to $95 and the clearance rate dropped 12 percentage points to 59%. The AuctionsPlus Young Cattle Indicator lifted 22 points to 358, meanwhile benchmark steers 280-330kg were up 22 to $1,100.
It was encouraging to see a clean sweep of positives on the AuctionsPlus commercial sheep and lamb dashboard this week. Listings jumped 23% to 65,636 head and Value Over Reserve lifted a further $7 to $12. The clearance rate was also in the green, up nine percentage points. 
AuctionsPlus commercial cattle listings fell by 4% to 14,978 head this week. The average Value Over Reserve jumped $31 to $100 and the clearance rate also increased 6 percentage points to 61%.
AuctionsPlus commercial sheep and lamb listings held steady at 53,021. Clearance fell 25 points to 32% and the Price Over Reserve increased by $1 to average $9.
AuctionsPlus listings fell by 27% to 15,568 head. The AuctionsPlus Young Cattle Indicator rose 3 points to 322, while benchmark steers 280-330kg were firm at $1,114.
AuctionsPlus commercial sheep and lamb listings fell 8% to 52,823 head this week. The clearance rate rose 2 percentage points to 52%, while the Price Over Reserve increased by $2 to average $9 across all listings. 
AuctionsPlus commercial cattle listings lifted by 30% to 21,399 head. The larger offering was met by lower demand, with clearance dropping to 40%.

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