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Market Report – 28 June

Lamb numbers were steady and the quality slipped. Well-finished lambs were limited and attracted a premium. Most of the lambs were secondary lambs and lacked fat cover and weight. Store lambs were well supplied and trade and heavy weights were only in reasonable numbers. Extra heavy lambs were in short supply. A larger group of

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Market Report – 22 June

Numbers were back and the quality was plain especially in the young cattle. There were only a few lots purchased by processors with the bulk going to feeders and restockers. Prime grown steers over 500kg were limited and there was a reasonable number of plain grown heifers, which returned to the paddock. Cow numbers fell

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Market Report – 21 June

Numbers improved while quality remained mixed. Store lambs and trade weights lacking cover were still best supplied and there was only a small run of prime trade weights. Heavy and extra heavy lambs were consistent in quality and number. Merino lambs were back both in numbers and weight. Not all the usual buyers were operating

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Market Report – 15 June

Consignments eased and the quality was on average plainer, with the ideal feeder steers very scarce in the pens compared to the last market. Cows dominated the sale with over 400 penned. Competition was strong for the better bred end; however the plainer cattle struggled to maintain firm prices. Cheaper trends were evident throughout the

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