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The three-way draft scanners installed in the Forbes Central West Livestock Exchange by Allflex Australia yesterday. Rollout of eID for sheep and goats across Australia taking shape nicely. ... See MoreSee Less

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Muchea Livestock Centre - 2024 Order of Sale

MUCHEA SHEEP AND LAMB REPORT 27/02/2024
Total Yarding: 12,887 - Sheep 7,944 - Lambs 4,943

Numbers doubled this week mainly due to seasonal changes across the state. Although aged sheep were the main increase in supplies lamb values across the board eased the most and boner mutton proved difficult to sell while ewes with weight faired better only easing slightly. Hoggets and heavy wethers held up well with demand from live shipping and an eastern states buyer.

Crossbred store lambs were back $4/5 making $20 to $57 and Merino store lambs were back $10 ranging from $5 to $50/head. light lambs were down $13/15 selling from $40 to $80 while trade and heavy lambs were also back $10/12 with trade lambs returning $59 to $115 and heavy lambs selling up to $ $127/head.

Heavy wether and wether hoggets regardless of breed gained with demand from live shipping making $35 to $82 while Merino ewe hoggets returned $35 to $50 and Cross-bred hoggets ranged from $25 to $60/head.

Boner ewes were a hard task to sell at times with the better lines selling up to $22, while medium ewes sold from $15 to $39 and heavy ewes sold to a top of $50 easing $4/5/head. Better young rams ranged from $20 to $74 and slaughter rams made $5 to $42/head.

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It was a privilege to have the Hon Jackie Jarvis MLC in the Muchea Livestock Centre today to launch the eID scanning equipment for sheep and goats. We had a large diverse crowd of stakeholders from the meat and livestock industry who attended today to hear from the Minister, Sarah Lang and Beth Green.

We are proud to be able to play a small part to support the WA Government in the process to implement electronic identification for sheep and goats in WA.

Thank you to Australian Wool Network ( AWN) for partnering with us in the pilot project.

Allflex Australia
Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development
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It was a privilege to have the Hon Jackie Jarvis MLC in the Muchea Livestock Centre today to launch the eID scanning equipment for sheep and goats. We had a large diverse crowd of stakeholders from the meat and livestock industry who attended today to hear from the Minister, Sarah Lang and Beth Green. 

We are proud to be able to play a small part to support the WA Government in the process to implement electronic identification for sheep and goats in WA. 

Thank you to Australian Wool Network ( AWN) for partnering with us in the pilot project. 

Allflex Australia
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The Taylor's kitchentchen in MLC three days this week!!! How lucky are we! 🤩🤩🤩🥳🥳🥳This Week's Location's 😊

Or come visit us for breakfast or lunch at the Muchea Livestock Centre Canteen Cafe on Monday's, Tuesday's & Friday this week.

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The three-way draft scanners installed in the Forbes Central West Livestock Exchange by Allflex Australia yesterday. Rollout of eID for sheep and goats across Australia taking shape nicely. ... See MoreSee Less

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