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Register now for Sheep Producers Australia Sheep and Goat Traceability Task Force's upcoming webinar for saleyards and processors.

On Tuesday 9 July the Task Force will host a webinar focused on electronic identification through saleyards and processors and what it looks like.

To register, go to: www.sheepproducers.com.au/sgttfwebinarseries

#electronicidentification #electronicID #sheepandgoats #traceability #biosecurity #saleyards #MeatProcessors

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Register now for Sheep Producers Australia Sheep and Goat Traceability Task Forces upcoming webinar for saleyards and processors. 

On Tuesday 9 July the Task Force will host a webinar focused on electronic identification through saleyards and processors and what it looks like. 

To register, go to: https://www.sheepproducers.com.au/sgttfwebinarseries

#electronicidentification #electronicID #sheepandgoats #traceability #biosecurity #saleyards #MeatProcessors 

Australian Saleyards 
Sheep Producers Australia

MUCHEA SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 25/06/2024
Total Yarding: 6,737 - Sheep 2,388 - Lambs 4,349

It was a very similar sale to last week with just short of 2500 sheep and 4500 lambs. In the line up there were several lines of exceptionally well presented and weighted lambs ranging from 590c to 650c/kg cwt. Midweight and store lambs were the main bulk of the sale with large drafts of Merino and Cross-bred lambs yarded down to numerous lines of very plain and dry skinned lambs. Lambs across the board enjoyed increased values with demand increasing over all categories from paddock restockers, feedlot buyers and 2 eastern state buyers all filling orders.

Plain store lambs under 12kg cwt sold from $2 to $33 while Cross-bred lambs from 12kg to 16kg cwt started at $25 up to $86 and Merino store lambs made $36 to $89/head. Cross-bred Light lambs were selling from $80 to $98 while Merinos returned $81 to $114/head. Trade lambs were in demand ranging from $105 to $140 and heavy lambs started from $130 to realize $155/head.

Merino wether hoggets returned $60 to $91 while Merino ewe hoggets sold well making $60 to $121 with a fleece and Crossbred hoggets sold to a top of $129/head.

Boner ewes were making $15 to $58, medium ewes from $50 to $70 and heavy ewes returned $70 to $92/head. Young rams faired well reaching a top of $138 and mature rams returned $20 to $48/head.

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Register now for Sheep Producers Australia Sheep and Goat Traceability Task Force's upcoming webinar for saleyards and processors.

On Tuesday 9 July the Task Force will host a webinar focused on electronic identification through saleyards and processors and what it looks like.

To register, go to: www.sheepproducers.com.au/sgttfwebinarseries

#electronicidentification #electronicID #sheepandgoats #traceability #biosecurity #saleyards #MeatProcessors

Australian Saleyards
Sheep Producers Australia
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Register now for Sheep Producers Australia Sheep and Goat Traceability Task Forces upcoming webinar for saleyards and processors. 

On Tuesday 9 July the Task Force will host a webinar focused on electronic identification through saleyards and processors and what it looks like. 

To register, go to: https://www.sheepproducers.com.au/sgttfwebinarseries

#electronicidentification #electronicID #sheepandgoats #traceability #biosecurity #saleyards #MeatProcessors 

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