Lamb prices regain some lost ground in pre-Easter sales - Beef Central
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At the Tamworth saleyards on Monday, the agents yarded 900 lambs, 960 fewer than last week, and 420 sheep, 1580 less.
The NLRS said lamb quality was fair to good, with a reasonable supply of well-finished lambs along with some good quality restocker lambs.
Demand was strong from the usual buyers throughout the lamb sale. Agents reported a firm to dearer market trend across most categories.
Restockers paid from $170-$200 for good quality crossbred lambs. Local trade lambs made from $170-$268 and export processors paid $235-$305.
Prices changed little for the sheep, with processors paying from $110-$250. Restockers were also active and paid from $123-$250. Please note sale data could not be obtained for this report.