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Cattle

The EYCI has fallen!

No new records set this week, the EYCI has fallen, but fortunately not to an earthshattering degree. However, the heat seems to have come out

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Sheep

NSW leads the charge

National Trade, Heavy & Merino Lamb indicators all performed strongly this week, while the Light, Restocker & Mutton indicators fell. Mutton was popular in NSW

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Cattle

Roma driving the EYCI-1000

It’s hardly a surprise, but the EYCI has breached the 1000ȼ/kg level and Roma, QLD, has been one of the main contributors to it reaching

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Grains & Oilseeds

A week in wheat

The market continues to revolve around three main storylines – Canadian drought, Brazilian corn and Chinese demand. There are a few side issues going on

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Lambs in field
Sheep

Lamb prices creep higher

Lamb markets consolidated the gains over recent weeks to see prices improving for most categories. The Winter rally may be running out of steam, but

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Wool bales
Wool

Solid sale before recess

The final sale before the traditional three-week recess produced a solid result. The national offering remained large as growers responded to recent stronger prices and

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Rain on grass
Grains & Oilseeds

Rains on the Plains?

The merry-go-round that is the weather market remains firmly in place. After last week’s WASDE fireworks, the weather forecast flipped to a cooler, wetter system

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