With over 18 years in the farming and livestock industry, actively working in the South East of South Australia and Western Districts of Victoria, Scott Creek strives to achieve the best possible result for his clients.

Scott Creek

Principal / Livestock Agent / Auctioneer
Telephone 0419 238 707

About Creek Livestock

Scott Creek has worked in the farming industry since 1999. Born and bred in the local area and growing up on the farm with his family in Strathdownie VIC, Scott followed in the footsteps of his father to become a farm hand working for the late Allan Scott.

In 2010 Scott took a year off to travel and returned home in 2011 to then begin his journey as a stock and station agent with Elders Mount Gambier. After 18 months he moved on to work for Ray White Keatley.  The experience gained with these two companies provided Scott with the confidence to move forward, launching his own business Creek Livestock. With the help and behind the scenes work of his wife Bo Creek, this move has been very successful with a large number of livestock owners recognising Scott’s ability as an agent.

His passion for his job has given him motive to strive to get the best possible results for his clients. Using his broad knowledge of both cattle and sheep marketing, and having an ever-expanding network of contacts in the industry, Scott will go to all lengths to achieve the best outcome for his clients.

We welcome all enquiries from full time or hobby farmers alike regarding:

  • Prime cattle sales
  • Prime sheep sales
  • Live export
  • Feedlots
  • Over the hook or forward contract sales
  • Online sales (AuctionsPlus)
  • Livestock finance available

Meet our Team

Scott Creek

Scott Creek

Principal  |  Livestock Agent  |  Auctioneer
Telephone 0419 238 707
Email scott@creeklivestock.com.au

Bo Creek

Bo Creek

Secretary
Telephone (08) 8725 8631
Email bo@creeklivestock.com.au

Tracey Nisbet

Tracey Nisbet

Office Manager
Telephone (08) 8725 8631
Email tracey@creeklivestock.com.au

Dave Fraser

Dave Fraser

Livestock Agent
Mobile 0428 551 170
Email dave@creeklivestock.com.au

Ian Flett

Ian Flett

Livestock Agent
Email ian@creeklivestock.com.au

Chad Mason

Chad Mason

Livestock Agent
Mobile 0427 109 160
Email chad@creeklivestock.com.au

Lauren Harvey

Lauren Harvey

Trainee Livestock Agent
Telephone 0401 935 035
Email lauren@creeklivestock.com.au

Holly Smith

Holly Smith

Admin Officer
Wednesday & Thursday

Anna Marcus

Anna Marcus

Admin Trainee
Monday & Tuesday

Market Reports

We offer regular market sales through the Glenburnie Saleyards with weekly fat sales every Wednesday and monthly store sales every 2nd Friday of the month.

If you would like to receive regular market reports on email, please sign up utilising the supplied form.

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Sale – 13th July 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 645
Agents yarded 645 Cattle at Mortlake, just slightly down on last week’s offering. The offering this week did not show the quality of last week’s yarding and was a little more mixed especially in the trade and grown cattle. The quality ranged from plain to very good. The offering of cows was similar to last week with about half of the yarding being dairy bred. All the major operators and processors as well as feeders were present and operated in a market that was in line with other markets. It was softer in places by 20c to 30c/kg, still underpinned by feeders and restockers. Grown steers and heifers were 20c to 30c/kg cheaper as well as yearling steers and heifers to the trade. The beef bred cows and chopping cows were firm. The offering was made up of 239 bullocks, 205 trade cattle, 197 cows and 4 grown bulls.
The few milk vealers on offer this week made from 300c to 388c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade realised from 300c to 395c with the heifer portion making from 300c to 405c/kg. Feeders and restockers paid to 312c/kg. The grown steers made from 294c to 380c, with the grown heifers making from 314c to 382c and feeders paid to 350c/kg.
Manufacturing steers made from 270c to 330c/kg. The heavy beef bred cows sold from 295c to 313c/kg. The medium weights, beef bred, sold from 260c to 290c/kg. The very well covered dairy cows sold from 255c to 281c/kg. The medium weights made from 230c to 250c and very light cows sold from 160c to 230c/kg. Cows back to the paddock sold to 269c/kg. Grown bulls beef bred sold to 265c/kg.
Market Report: Reproduced courtesy of Meat & Livestock Australia Limited. Click here for full report.

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Sale – 6th July 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 696
Agents yarded 696 cattle at Mortlake today, a similar number to last week’s offering. There was a very good offering of grown steers as well as trade cattle this week. The offering of cows was similar to last week being mixed with about half of the yarding being dairy bred. All the major operators and processors as well as feeders were present and operated in a market that was firm to slightly softer in places. It was underpinned by feeders and restockers. Grown steers and heifers were 5c/kg softer. Yearling steers and heifers to the trade were firm. The heavy cows were firm and the lesser quality cows were easier by 5c/kg. The offering was made up of 189 bullocks, 280 trade cattle, 224 cows and 5 grown bulls.
There were a few more milk vealers on offer this week and they made from 380c to 418c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade realised 346c to 405c with the heifer portion making from 343c and 415c/kg. Feeders and restockers paid to 392c/kg. The grown steers made from 340c to 400c with the grown heifers making from 310c to 390c and the feeders paid to 370c/kg.
Manufacturing steers made from 280c to 340c/kg. The heavy beef bred cows sold from 282c to 316c and the medium weights, beef bred, made from 240c to 300c/kg. The very well covered dairy cows sold from 245c to 277c and the medium weights realised 230c to 265c, with very light cows making from 210c to 235c/kg. Cows back to the paddock sold to 268c/kg. Grown bulls, beef bred, sold to 260c/kg.
Market Report: Reproduced courtesy of Meat & Livestock Australia Limited. Click here for full report.

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Sale – 29th June 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 707
Agents yarded 707 cattle at Mortlake, a small increase on last week’s sale. There was an excellent offering of grown steers and heifers as well as trade cattle this week, and the offering of cows was more mixed with less beef bred cows on offer. All the major operators and processors as well as feeders were present, and operated in a market that was very solid, and firm to dearer in places underpinned by feeders and restockers. Grown steers and heifers to the trade were firm. Yearling steers and heifers were 10c/kg stronger and cows prices were firm. The offering was made up of 160 bullocks, 304 trade cattle, 241 cows and 5 grown bulls.
The limited number of vealers on offer made from 380c to 420c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 380c to 415c, with the heifer portion making between 375c and 410c/kg. Feeders and restockers paid to 422c/kg. The grown steers made from 335c to a top of 413c, with the grown heifers making from 295c to 388c, and restockers paid to 373c/kg.
Manufacturing steers made between 280c and 335c/kg. The heavy weight beef bred cows sold from 295c to 322c, and the medium weight beef bred cows made from 240c to 275c/kg. The very well covered dairy cows sold from 245c to 285c, and the medium weights sold from 230c to 238c/kg. The very lightweight cows made between 190c and 230c/kg. Cows returning to the paddock made to 264c/kg. Grown beef bred bulls sold to 283ckg
Market Report: Reproduced courtesy of Meat & Livestock Australia Limited. Click here for full report.

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Store Cattle Sale – 18th June 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Yarding: 4,705
WVLX’s June Store sale was a great success with yet another massive yarding consisting of a quality run of Grown steers & heifers and a great run of weighed weaner cattle. Grown steers topped out at 444c/kg or $2152.80 per head, majority making between 400-430c/kg. Weighed weaner steers topped at 502c/kg and the bulk making between 400-440c/kg.  Open auction cattle topped at $1310 per head or a shade over 500c/kg.  The Grown Heifer portion was slightly down at this month’s Store Sale but still remained firm with top pen fetching 408c/kg or $2027.30 per head and the balance making between 390c/kg-400c/kg. The quality run of Weaner Heifers topped at 432c/kg or $1751.49 per head. Open auction heifers were consistent as it proved difficult to buy anything under $1000 with top pen fetching $1150 per head. 
There were 101 Cows & Calves presented today with the top making $2040 per head with the balance making between $1600-$1800 per head. PTIC Heifers topped out at $1800, with the majority making between $1500-$1600. PTIC Cows topped at $1870, with the bulk making between $1400-$1600. Crossbreed Steers went under the hammer for a top of 360c/kg the balance making between 330-350c/kg. Friesan Steers topped at 305c/kg, with the bulk making between 290-300c/kg. 
Market Report: WVLX Agent’s Association President.

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 22/07/2020

Market Summary for 2020-07-22

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 15/07/2020

Market Summary for 2020-07-15

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 08/07/2020

Market Summary for 2020-07-08

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 01/07/2020

Market Summary for 2020-07-01

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 24/06/2020

Market Summary for 2020-06-24

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 17/06/2020

Market Summary for 2020-06-17

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 10/06/2020

Market Summary for 2020-06-10

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 03/06/2020

Market Summary for 2020-06-03

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 27/05/2020

Market Summary for 2020-05-27

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Sale – 25th May 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 1,243

Agents yarded 1,243 cattle at Mortlake in another good yarding of cattle where the quality ranged from plain to excellent over all categories. All the regular processor buyers and feeders were present and active however not all were fully active in a market that was firm to slightly dearer in places, mainly on the restocker and feeder cattle, and again feeders strongly underpinning the market. The market consisted of 322 bullocks, 443 trade cattle, 462 cows and 7 grown bulls.
As was last week, there were some very good vealers on offer with the steers making to 406c and the heifer portion selling to 400c, with restockers paying to 406c/kg. Yearling steers made from 305c to 416c and the heifer portion made from 300c to 401c and restockers paying to 416c/kg.
There was a good lineup of bullocks and they made from 300c to 380c and the grown heifers sold from 290c to 400c with restockers paying to 355c/kg. Manufacturing steers made from 265c to 298c/kg. Heavy beef bred cows made from 290c to 321c, medium beef breeds sold from 250c to 290c, light cows made from 185c to 235c and the dairy cows sold from 210c to 242c/kg. Grown bulls sold to 258c/kg.
Market Report: Reproduced courtesy of Meat & Livestock Australia Limited. Click here for full report.

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Store Cattle Sale – 21st May 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Yarding: 4,896
WVLX’s May store sale presented great runs of quality cattle with just short of 5000 head on offer. There were 103 buyers present today as well as the online bidding platform, AuctionsPlus. The grown steers section topped at 434c/kg, with the majority making between 380-420c/kg. The large offering of weaner steers topped at 494c/kg with the bulk of these making between 430-470c/kg on average. A great run of open auction cattle today which topped out at $1300 or 591c/kg. Grown heifers were the feature today with Toorawest cattle were the tops of these making 452c/kg or $1970.63 per head as they head back to the paddock for joining. The bulk of the grown heifers made between 380-410c/kg on average. The weaner heifers sold very well today as they topped out at 472c/kg with the balance making between  390-430c/kg. 
Angus cows & calves sold to a top of $3000 per head with the rest of the portion making over $2200-$2600 per head. Black PTIC females made from topped out at $2000 per head with the rest of the yarding consisting of X-bred Steers with the best of them fetching 380c/kg, and the balance making between 320-360c/kg.
Market Report: WVLX Agent’s Association President.

Wednesday 29 July 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 20/05/2020

Market Summary for 2020-05-20

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Wednesday 29 July 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Market – 18th May 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 1’064
Agents yarded 1,064 cattle at Mortlake where the quality of the beef bred cattle offered was excellent in all sections especially in the bullock and trade cattle offered, however the dairy cattle were of a plainer quality. All the usual processors and feeders were present however not all fully active in a market that was firm to dearer by 10c to 30c/kg in places, again with feeders strongly underpinning the market. The market comprised of 265 bullocks, 419 trade cattle, 375 cows and 5 grown bulls.

There was some very good vealers on offer. Vealer heifers made to 425c and the steers sold to 420c/kg. Restockers paid 400c, these were up to 30c dearer, yearling steers made from 330c to 407c and the heifer portion paid from 305c to 388c/kg. Restockers paid to 405c with yearlings up 20c/kg.

Bullocks made from 300c to 390c and the grown heifers sold from 280c to 376c, with restockers paying to 385c, being 30c/kg stronger. Manufacturing steers made from 273c to 330c/kg. Heavy beef bred cows made from 280c to 318c, medium cows, beef bred, sold from 250c to 280c and the dairy bred cows made from 245c to 290c/kg. Cows were 10c to 15c dearer and grown bulls sold to 258c/kg.
Market Report: Reproduced courtesy of Meat & Livestock Australia Limited. Click here for full report.

Wednesday 20 May 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 06/05/2020

Market Summary for 2020-05-06

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 29/04/2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Market – 27th April 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 529

Agents yarded 529 cattle at Mortlake where the quality ranged from average to very good in all sections. All the regular processors were in attendance however not all operated fully in a market that was very strong. Restockers were very active under pining the market, where cows were 10c to 15c dearer this week and trade cattle averaged 10c/kg dearer. Manufacturing steers were 10c to 15c/kg dearer and bullocks were firm. The market comprised of 37 bullocks, 148 heifers, 128 steers, 215 cows and 1 grown bull.
The yearling steers made from 275c to 380c and the heifers sold to 370c/kg. Restockers paid to 365c/kg. Grown steers and heifers made from 280c to 340c/kg. Manufacturing steers made from 245c to 300c/kg. The heavy beef bred cows made from 270c to 311c/kg. Lighter weight beef cows sold from 235c to 270c/kg. Good Friesian cows made from 220c to 248c with grown bulls selling to 285c/kg.

Wednesday 20 May 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 22/04/2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Store Cattle Sale – 20th April 2020

Courtesy of WVLX

Total Yarding: 529

Agents yarded 529 cattle at Mortlake where the quality ranged from average to very good in all sections. All the regular processors were in attendance however not all operated fully in a market that was very strong. Restockers were very active under pining the market, where cows were 10c to 15c dearer this week and trade cattle averaged 10c/kg dearer. Manufacturing steers were 10c to 15c/kg dearer and bullocks were firm. The market comprised of 37 bullocks, 148 heifers, 128 steers, 215 cows and 1 grown bull.
The yearling steers made from 275c to 380c and the heifers sold to 370c/kg. Restockers paid to 365c/kg. Grown steers and heifers made from 280c to 340c/kg. Manufacturing steers made from 245c to 300c/kg. The heavy beef bred cows made from 270c to 311c/kg. Lighter weight beef cows sold from 235c to 270c/kg. Good Friesian cows made from 220c to 248c with grown bulls selling to 285c/kg.

Wednesday 20 May 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 15/04/2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Store Cattle Sale – 6th April 2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 01/04/2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Store Cattle Sale – 30th March 2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 23/03/2020

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Wednesday 20 May 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Store Cattle Sale – 19th March 2020

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Monday 23 March 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Market – 16th March 2020

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Monday 23 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 18/03/2020

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Monday 23 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 11/03/2020

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Monday 23 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 04/03/2020

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Monday 23 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 22/01/2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Market – 3 February 2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 05/02/2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Market – 17 February 2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 19/02/2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Western Victoria Market Report – Prime Cattle Market -24 February 2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Changes to the LPA NVD are coming!

New versions of LPA NVDs (0720) for all species – sheep, goats, cattle (including EU) and bobby calves – will be available from 1 July 2020. These changes will include the removal of the agent’s declaration and the inclusion of a destination PIC. More information about the specific changes will be provided closer to the release date of 1 July.

Click here to learn more: https://www.integritysystems.com.au/about/news–events/changes-to-lpa-nvd-in-20202/?dm_i=4PKF,1TW9,E7XUF,5JFH,1

Monday 2 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 26/02/2020

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Monday 2 March 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 15/01/2020

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Thursday 16 January 2020

Southern Livestock Exchange Market Report – 08/01/2020

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Thursday 9 January 2020

Livestock Finance Available!

Creek Livestock has access to 100% Livestock Finance.  For further information, contact Scott Creek on 0419 238 707

*Terms and Conditions apply

Wednesday 15 November 2017

BIOSECURITY WORKSHOPS SA

Attention SA Agents

Livestock SA are hosting FREE workshops for producers in conjunction with key partners and stakeholders.

Information will be provided on Johne’s Beef Assurance Score (J-BAS) and Livestock Production Assurance (LPA) program and a session on how to produce an on-farm biosecurity plan.

The FREE workshops will be from 10am-2pm including a light lunch.

For further information, contact Livestock SA (08) 8297 2299 or Click here for further details.

Workshop Locations:

Naracoorte                11th September

Mt Gambier               12th September

Karoonda                   13th September

Hahndorf                    14th September

Cummins                    19th September

Jamestown                20th September

Kadina                         21st September

 

NOTE: There are different groups running LPA and Biosecurity workshops across the country and location and dates are continually being added. CLICK HERE to find a workshop near you.

Wednesday 6 September 2017

Creek Livestock Client Results

Mount Gambier Sale Yard report – 2nd August, 2017

With 430 cattle yarded for the day, saw some fluctuating prices throughout with quite a few Creek Livestock clients topping each category.

Bullocks – 305c per kilo, 678kg, $2,068

Bullocks – 307c per kilo, 616kg, $1,891

Grown Heifer – 282c per kilo, 605kg, $1,706

Grown Heifer – 283c per kilo, 548kg, $1,552

Vealer Heifer – 310c per kilo, 427kg, $1,325

Cows – 260c per kilo, 716kg, $1,863

Click here to view the Detailed saleyard report – cattle (Market information provided by MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service)

Wednesday 2 August 2017

Glenburine / Cattle Market Report – 2 Aug

Agents yarded a similar number to the previous week with 430 head of live weight and open auction cattle coming forward. The usual array of trade and processor buyers were present and active on a generally good quality offering with less of the cattle lacking finish and weight that we have seen in recent weeks.  Restockers and feeders were also present and active although prices experienced a downward trend, as most categories eased.

A small number of vealers were presented, with steers selling to 312c and heifers to 310c/kg.  Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 274c to 311c with some feeder activity from 285c to 310c and a small amount turned out by restockers to 314c/kg.  Yearling heifers to the trade ranged from 254c to 300c with feeders active to 290c/kg.

Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 272c to 307c, while the grown heifers to the trade ranged from 240c to 283c and some were turned back out by restockers to 279c/kg.  There was a small amount of feeder activity to 266c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold to 234c/kg.  Cow numbers remained steady as the light weight types ranged from 170c to 230c and the heavy cows bucked the easier trend to remain firm in price, ranging from 245c to 265c/kg. Heavy bulls to the trade ranged from 200c to 254c with a single to a restocker at 267c/kg.

Click here to view the full MLA market report

Wednesday 2 August 2017

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