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Grains & Oilseeds

Corn is steering the ship

The market has effectively paused this week while it awaits the September USDA Crop Report, to be released on Friday. Typically not a massive market

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Sheep

Mutton much to see here

The lamb market extended its state of calm for another week, with the key price indicators barely budging. The underlying higher supply combined with stable

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Wool

Market up on reduced offering

The reduced offering this week triggered spirited bidding when sales in Sydney & Melbourne opened on Tuesday, with individual fleece MPG’s rising 27 to 53

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Grains & Oilseeds

Balance of funds

The wheat market has continued its recent strength, climbing by around 20¢/bu for the week. The slow, incremental rises are a little perplexing at a

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Wool

Market selective on quality

On an increased offering, the market again failed to hold prices at the previous weeks levels. Price fell while the AUD, the bales offered and

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Queensland cattle in yard
Cattle

Heavy Steers and Vealers charge

Yardings and slaughter are up and the EYCI climbed again. Heavy steers and vealers are charging ahead but the Australian dollar has stubbornly pushed higher,

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Sheep and lambs
Sheep

Bouncing towards spring

New season lambs are now fronting up in the south and are starting to dominate the yards. They were met with a more confident market

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