Numbers increased after a week off. The quality was very good with the majority of the cattle heavy weights and in forward to prime condition. Yearlings made up the bulk and there was a small number of weaners which sold to a keen restocking gallery. While there was a good run of heavy yearling steers prime grown steers were limited and heavy grown heifers were also in short supply. Most of the cows were heavy 3 and 4 score cows. Young cattle sold to a much dearer trend while cows were softer.

Calves sold between 620c and 685c/kg. Weaners reached 630c/kg for heifers. Medium weight steers lifted 20c to 30c/kg with those to feed 428c to 450c and restocking orders upto 516c/kg. Heavy feeders were 10c dearer 386c to 474c/kg and the top price for heavy trade cattle reached 498c/kg. Medium weight feeder heifers gained upto 30c and ranged from 436c to 456c/kg. Heavy weights lifted 10c 380c to 444c/kg. Heavy trade heifers sold from 420c to 451c/kg.

The few grown steers over 500kg reached 400c/kg and heavy 2 tooth heifers reached 390c/kg to feed on. Cows were 2c to 5c cheaper. Medium weights 282c to 312c/kg. Heavy 3 and 4 score cows 290c to 318c/kg.