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Sheep

Spring starting strong

To see finished lambs prices starting with a 9 (on a carcase weight basis) in spring is nothing short of impressive. While prices slipped across

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Cattle

Heavy cattle continue sliding

A mixed result on the markets this week, with the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) falling back under the 1,000ȼ/kg mark, led by the key

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Sheep
Wool

Weaker tone continues

The wool market was again showing a weaker tone across the week with buyer sentiment remaining subdued. AWEX noted that the final day there were

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Grains & Oilseeds

Spotlight turns to the south

The wheat (and broader Ag commodity) market stalled this week, falling in sympathy with a slow down in economic data. Adding to the tone, there

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Grains & Oilseeds

Post USDA blues

After the excitement of last week’s USDA report and the undeniably bullish enthusiasm it generated, this week has been a little more subdued. The past

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Limousin cattle
Cattle

Cattle market treads water

The market for young cattle continues to show sustained strength as the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator holds its ground above the 1,000ȼ mark just below

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Sheep

Now that’s a bounce!

The lamb market had us fooled into believing we’d passed the winter price peak and were well and truly on the downward run towards spring.

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The rain driven rapid rise in young cattle prices at saleyard level should translate quickly into higher export feeder cattle prices.