WA direct-to-end-user sheep markets were well supported last week with several buyers increasing their lamb bids to 760¢, just under the current top bid of 780¢.
WA sheep markets jumped higher last week with Prime Meat Co stepping into the market and bidding 780¢ for Merino and crossbred lambs and 630¢ for mutton.
It was another stable week for WA sheep markets, with crossbred lambs continuing at 740¢ in the spot market and rising to 820¢ for July delivery.
WA prices were stable again last week, with crossbred lambs remaining around 740¢ in the spot market and rising to 820¢ for July.
WA prices were stable last week with crossbred lambs remaining around 740¢ in the spot market and rising to 820¢ for July delivery.
Last week saw another uptick in WA prices, with several buyers increasing their bids.
WA markets gained some support during the last week, with Beaufort River Meats boosting its lamb prices to match the top bid of 720¢ for new-season lambs.
WA markets were stable again on the processor front at 580¢ for hoggets and mutton, 720¢ for crossbred lambs and 700¢ for Merinos.
WA processor bids for sheep and lambs were stable again last week at 580¢ for hoggets and mutton, 720¢ for crossbred lambs and 700¢ for Merinos.
WA processor bids for sheep and lambs were stable last week with bids remaining at 580¢ for hoggets and mutton, 720¢ for crossbred lambs and 700¢ for Merinos.
There were signs of weakness in WA mutton last week with one buyer reducing the price by 10¢.
WA crossbred lambs found some strength last week and managed to jump 20¢ but the rest of the markets remained relatively flat.
Lambs remain at 700¢ OTH and 320¢ liveweight on-farm. Mutton is currently bid at 580¢ after several strong weeks.
WA lamb prices eased last week with BRM lowering the bid by 20¢ to 700¢.
WA lamb markets were supported last week with V&V Walsh and WAMMCO both increasing the crossbred lamb prices.
WA lamb markets have shown some strength heading into 2021 with prices increasing to 720¢ with Beaufort River Meats.
WA lamb prices continue to be very well supported at current levels.
After a short period of stability, WA prices have jumped higher again. Lambs increased 40¢ to 680¢/kg with multiple processors, and mutton jumped 40¢ to 540¢/kg.
WA sheep and lamb direct markets were unchanged last week.
Mt Barker Regional Saleyards yarded 2,286 head of good quality cattle on Thursday, November 19.
Katanning Regional Saleyards penned 18,918 sheep and lambs on Wednesday, November 18.
WA sheep and lamb markets continued to claw back some ground last week with price increasing another 15¢ for lambs.
There were 8409 sheep and lambs panned at Katanning Regional Saleyards on Wednesday, September 16, up approximately 1,200 head.
Mt Barker Regional Saleyards yarded 488 head of good quality cattle on Wednesday, September 10.
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