EYCI breaches 900 on slack demand

The cattle market suffered yet another week of consecutive losses, with the EYCI falling below 900¢/kg for the first time since June 2021. Most worrying about the result this week as that the issue was not high supply, as that fell this week, leaving us to deduce that the price fall is a symptom of […]

Old lambs trample prices

It was a pretty ordinary week in sheep and lamb markets. All indicators tanked, with lamb at levels not seen since the depths of the 2020 Covid closures. Mutton followed suit, and while slaughter has picked up, it’s not enough to cope with the last flush of old season lambs. The quality of lambs appears […]

Hot August Nights

It is hard to believe that it has only been one week since the Black Sea ‘grain corridor’ was effectively signed into existence, so much has happened in that time. As expected, the market viewed the news of the corridor as bearish and saw the wheat market slump 47c/bu on anticipation of a flood of […]