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  • n. Plural form of vealer.

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Examples

  • Heavier veal for processing made to 230.2 cents, prices for veal saw heavy vealers range from

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  • Only 350 vealers were penned and, with few top quality calves offered, very strong competition saw the B muscle vealers make from 206 cents to 230 cents per kilogram.

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  • Along with the 30 per cent fall in supply came lesser quality with fewer vealers of any quality penned, and a good number of the cattle offered have slipped in condition.

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  • Other vealers made between 175 cents and 215 cents per kilogram.

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  • Four hundred and fifty two vealers were offered and as mentioned quality was a big factor in the price, with vendors unable to finish a lot of them due to the dry conditions, best vealer made 233 cents.

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  • Heavy bobby calves sold to 256.2 c/kg = $260, light vealers under 200kg sold to 173.2 c/kg

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  • Three hundred and thirty three vealers did not manage this larger rise, but the top range sold to higher rates, with the best prices above the 200-cent mark for the first time in several weeks.

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  • A much welcome rise for heifers, steers and vealers with bullocks staying steady in price on last week.

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  • Four hundred and thirty five vealers were yarded, with the top easing back to 182 cents, well below their worth.

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  • There were about 320 vealers penned, which sold at unchanged rates, although price averages were up to three cents lower due to the lack of better quality vealers.

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