2014-15 QLD cattle and sheep saleyard survey results

24 September 2015


Results from MLA’s Queensland cattle saleyard survey for the 2014-15 financial year saw Roma once again secure the top position, with a total throughput of 449,736 head. Cloncurry remained in second position with 475,612 head spelled in transit. Dalby also retained last year’s third position, consigning 236,159 head, while Dalrymple recorded a total throughput of 178,468 head, of which 138,086 head were transit and 40,382 head were sold. Gracemere (CQLX) placed fifth, with 152,690 head. Blackall and Emerald placed sixth and seventh, with total throughputs reaching 124,323 head and 98,205 head, respectively. Warwick and Gympie rounded out the top ten.



MLA’s Queensland sheep saleyard survey for the 2014-15 fiscal year saw Warwick remain the largest selling centre with 94,816 head sold. Beaudesert consigned a total of 331 head, coming in at second position, while Gympie and Toowoomba Elders yarded 330 head and 159 head, respectively, for the year.


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