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Tumut cows with calves sell to $4400 | The Rural

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It is not hard to sell quality cattle, according to Jake Smith, Elders, Gundagai, auctioneer at last Wednesday’s annual autumn sale in Tumut when 1600 head were yarded. “Quality offerings will always demand a premium,” he said at the conclusion of the sale conducted by Elders, Tumut and Gundagai when restockers from the eastern Riverina and north-east Victoria competed strongly with feedlot interests. “Yarding cattle like these here today doesn’t make it hard to sell them.” Values for steers 300kg to 400kg ranged from $1670 (305kg) to $$1900 (386kg) while those above 400kg sold from $1920 (417kg) to $1980 (495kg). Steers seven to nine months and under…



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