Burnside Stock Market
! United Press Association—Per Kkcfr'.c Telegraph Dunedin, Juno 21 Fat Cattle.—2oo head wera \ aided, trnsiscing of medium to good bullocks ami heifers, with one or two pens of extra heavy bullocks. Prices wore as follows :— Best bullocks d£B 6s to £9 15s; in one yen two bullocks sold at .£ll 12s 6d; good bullocks <£7 5s to .£8 2a fid; best heit-'ors £6 2s 6d to £7; good £4 15s to £6; good cows, £i to £5 10s; aged to about £Z 15s. Eat Sheep—lJ432 were penned, consisting of medium ewes and wethers. The balance comprised two or three pens of extra heavy wethers. The sale dragged somewhat-, and prices were slightly easier. Best wet hers made 22s fid to 25s 3d; one pen of extra heavy, 28s 3d; good, 21s to 225; others up to 30s ;!beat ewes 18s to 20s 3d ; ono pen of extra prime, 30s; others 14s 6d to 17s. Fat Lambs,—4oo were penned. Prices were practically the same as at last week's sale. Best made 16s to i.7s 3d ; others 14s t»iss.; v Pigs.—l6s were yarded. Prices were firm at last week's rates. Baconers sold under brisk competition, but porkers were slightly easier. Suckers umde 7s to 9s j slips, 10s 6d to los; stores 17s 6d to 24a ; 1 porkers, to 355; light baconers, 38s to 44-3 ; 'heavy, do, 45s to 525; light choppers 60a to [170s; heavy, 78a to 85s.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905
Burnside Stock Market Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905
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