Market Report – 25 November 2020

Total Yarding: 22,433

Lamb numbers fell and there were 14,400 new season lambs offered. The quality was good with a large number of lambs still with some freshness. Trade and heavy lambs were well supplied and the were several large drafts of light store lambs. The market sold to a stronger trend.

Light store lambs were up to $17 dearer and sold from $139 to $170/head. Medium and heavy trade weights were fully firm on the fresher lambs but slipped $3 to $4 on those lambs that were drier and sold from $146 to $176/head. Heavy lambs were $5 to $7 dearer selling from $165 to $206/head. Extra heavy lambs made from $195 to $250/head. Australian White ewe lambs to a restocking order sold to a top of $360/head. Merino lambs were dearer with a large run of trade weights selling from $160 to $178/head.

Mutton numbers eased by $7 to $10/head and the quality was plainer. Medium weight ewes made from $118 to $177/head. sold from $198 to $235/head and Merino wethers reached a top of $240/head.

Market Report: MLA’s National Livestock Reporting Service.

Photo: J Buckman, Good Hope sold 46 Australian White Ewes with AgStock for $360ph.

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