Tony Haig was hoping to buy while Glenn Crossman was looking to sell.
Tony Haig was hoping to buy while Glenn Crossman was looking to sell. Liana Walker

GALLERY: Young Cattle for Sale

CATTLE breeders from around the region headed to the early weaner sale at the Stanthorpe Saleyards on Thursday with the hope of moving some stock.

Buyers travelled from as far away as Victoria and South Australia to take advantage of the low prices.

The consensus between buyers and sellers was that it was definitely a buyer's market, although many sellers walked away with prices higher than they had expected.

Many buyers were just happy to be able to sell some of their stock in such dry conditions.

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