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Off the Rails - Market highlight

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Monday 19th February 2018

7000 (7000)  head = 4500 (4500) lambs + 2500(2500) sheep

 NB. Numbers/prices in brackets are figures from our last sale

Well finished lambs dearer

Dwindling numbers of well finished heavy and extra heavy lambs saw the market $3-$5 dearer in Tamworth with a top price of $197 for 52-60kg lambs (pictured) sold by LMK on account Russell Webb. Not surprisingly, re-stocker activity was limited.

Lambs

Other good results included: 57-73kg lambs sold by Pitt on account Weroona made $185; the best of the IML lambs made $177; and lambs sold by DCM on account Doyle made $166. The best of the young Dorpers made $133 and the older Dorpers topped at $170.


Lamb wrap

Young lambs sold to $168 ($174 last week); older lambs sold to $197 ($201 last week); and hoggets sold to $122 ($92 last week) with top price for DCM.


Sheep wrap

Ewes sold to $124 ($130 last sale); wethers sold to $131 ($92 last sale); and rams sold to ($70 last sale) with PPA topping both the ewes and wethers.

Spring lamb show & feature sale 2017

Did you miss our 2017 Spring lamb show and feature sale? Click here to read the full story.

Best lambs for 2017

Monday 5th June 2017

Prime lambs hit a new high with a pen of July drop, February shorn lambs making $231, smashing a record price of $220 that was set just weeks ago.   

Click here to read the full story and for our 200 Club