Numbers of Merino ewe hoggets were limited and sold between $125 and $185, to average $173, firm on last week on AuctionsPlus.
While proven Merino breeders sold between $73 and $155, to average $117, down $22.
Merino wether lambs sold between $45 and $112, to average $93, up $9.
Merino wethers were mixed in quality, selling between $52 and $149 to average $99.
First Cross ewe lambs sold between $166 and $226, to average $197, an increase of $27. First Cross ewe hoggets were even in quality, selling from $201 to $229, to average $217.
While NSM first-cross ewes sold between $180 and $286, to average $226, up $31.
Numbers offered out of Queensland tipped 2,800 head, with 690 Merino ewes from Barcaldine, rising 5 years and weighing 39kg, returned $100.
Numbers offered from Tasmania spiked to 3,152 head. Mixed sex suckers from Flinders Island sold to a top of $108.
First Cross ewe hoggets from Jericho averaging 57kg, sold for an average of $252, while Merino ewe hoggets from Richmond, 44kg, sold for $143.
From Cobar, NSW, 350 SM Dorper ewes rising 2 years with 350 LAF returned $204. Dohne ewes from Deniliquin, NSW rising 2.5 years and weighing 44kg returned $122.
From Mildura, VIC, 400 SIL Dorper and White Dorper ewes aged 2 to 5 years and weighing 62kg returned $175. While Second Cross Dohne ewes from Tintinara, SA rising 2 years and weighing 52kg returned $170.