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New day, new buyers for Mt Pleasant

07.06.2018, 苏州美甲美睫培训学校, by .

Mark Brown, Keyneton, was impressed with his son and daughter-in-law Tim and Kelly Brown’s pen of lambs which topped the sale at $150 to ALC.THE change of day for the monthly Mount Pleasant market from Wednesday to Thursday proved beneficial, according to agents, with several extra buyers on hand to bolster bidding.
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Landmark Anderson & Fawcett’s Colin Fawcett said a number of buyers or onlookers who had not been to recent sales because of the clash with the weekly Mount Compass sale attended the February market Thursday last week.

“It’s great because it exposes our stock to more competition, particularly the cattle,” he said.

Mr Fawcett said cattle had a good strong sale, in line with most others, with cows in particular selling to good competition.

“Trade steers made to $1000 and the best bulls to $1180,” he said.

Store lambs sold “very well”, he said, with crossbred stores making $60-$94 and Merino stores $70-$80.

Rams made $60-$100 and the best ewes topped at $70.

The yarding of 1150 sheep and lambs and 210 cattle was back on the previous month’s yarding and stock were beginning to show the effects of some hot, dry weather.

The best lambs came from regular market toppers Tim and Kelly Brown, Keyneton, who sold 20 lambs at $150 to ALC.

BB&SJ Willison, Mount Torrens, sold four lambs at $120, while Glenunga Props, Angaston, sold 20 at $118 and 42 at $114.

BB&SJ Willison sold 18 hoggets at $94.

In the cattle, cows were the star performers with AJ&SP Holt, Eden Valley, selling five Poll Herefords to $1220.

Clifton Vineyards, Angaston, sold three cows at $1170 and two at $1080.

R Howie, Mount Pleasant, sold one Angus steer at $1020 and RK Heinrich sold two Murray Grey steers at $990.

Robinville Pty Ltd, Murray Bridge, sold one Murray Grey steer at $100 and another at $930, as well as a heifer at $990.

Seven Murray Grey steers aged 14 to 15-months made $790 for S Brooks, Kuitpo.

The best vealer steers made to $880 for Angus steers from R Coombe, Meadows, while a line of 11 Angus weaner steers, straight off mum, made $755 for DC Holt, Eden Valley.

W Jacob, Sedan, sold the top bull at $1180.

The next Mount Pleasant will be the breeder and weaner sale on Thursday, March 5, with the next monthly market on Thursday, March 12.

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