Goat listings on AuctionsPlus over the last two weeks have seasonally decreased, with a total 978 head offered.
The sale on July 13 saw 335 head listed, while the sale on July 20 had 643 head offered.
New South Wales dominated the listings, offering 62% of the overall catalogue, as Victoria accounted for 29% of listings and Queensland 9%.
The tighter supply helped clearance rates remain strong across the two-week period, with 80% clearance achieved and 781 head sold.
There were several Boer bucks offered, with a line of 8 head from St George, Queensland, selling to $400/head.
The bucks averaged 49kgs, were 12-28 months old and will head east to Millmerran, Queensland.
A line of 44 Boer does from Mystic Park, Victoria, returned $281/head. The does were 2-5 years old, weighed 52kgs and will head north to Dubbo, NSW.
Rangeland does accounted for the majority of listings, with 480 head offered. With 75% clearance achieved, they returned prices from $162 to $170, averaging $166/head. The top price was claimed by a line of 110 nannies, with 50 kids at foot from Swan Hill, Victoria.
The nannies were 1-5 years old, weighed 36kgs and will remain in Victoria. From Cobar, NSW, 250 Rangeland nannies with 65 kids at foot, returned $162/head. The mixed age nannies weighed 26kgs and had been joined to Rangeland billies.