Market Report – 29 March

Numbers lifted to 10,000 including 3,600 XBL. Quality was again mixed, with more pens of better finished crossbred lambs penned. Most of the usual buyers competed in a market that sold $10 to $15 dearer across most grades. Quality in the XB Lamb market was very mixed and prices sold up to $10 dearer. Competition again came from local orders and feedlotters. The mutton market sold to a dearer trend with light mutton lifting up to $15. Merino Wethers topped at $150 with most selling $106-$138. Merino Ewes sold to stronger demand with the lighter end lifting $12.

Market Report: Oliver Mason, Elders.

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Photo: David Smith & Garry Apps, Ray White Rural & Livestock Boorowa, with Nathan Block, sold lambs to a sale top of $193ph.