Market outlook – wool, sheep, grains and cattle

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In this webinar for the Perennial Pasture Systems and Ararat & Northern Grampians SW BestWool Bestlamb groups, Robert Herrmann provides an update on the outlook for lamb, wool, cattle and grain markets. 

What’s covered?

  • Cattle at record prices, but will they hold?
  • Australian grain at export parity and world stocks are high
  • Lamb and mutton exports and values 
  • The implications of building wool stocks
  • Long term apparel fibre price trends


This webinar was presented on the 3rd of September 2020.

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Sources: Mecardo & Leading Sheep

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