SCANNED in-lamb ewes and ewe-lamb units topped the AuctionsPlus listings online last week – with first cross ewes with lambs selling for up to $351.50, first cross ewes selling to $324 and Merino ewes making $244.
SLAUGHTER lamb prices held generally firm to dearer this week, as restocking, domestic trade and export interest in lambs remained strong.
FIRST cross ewes sold to $272 and Merino wethers made to $145 on AuctionsPlus last week as online numbers rose 11,657 to 45,257 head.
SCANNED in-lamb Merino ewes sold to $265 on AuctionsPlus last week, as sheep and lamb numbers listed online increased 3114 to 33,600 head.
FIRST cross ewes lambs sold to $297 as buyer competition remained strong for a reduced number of sheep and lambs on AuctionsPlus last week.
MERINO and Dohne ewe sales continued to feature on AuctionsPlus last week, as sheep and lamb numbers lifted slightly. Sheep and lamb numbers lifted 403 to 30,486 head of commercial stock last week.
AUSTRALIA’S largest seller of sheep – AuctionsPlus — has called for industry-wide collaboration on footrot control and management measures as reports of the disease’s spread in New South Wales continue.
SCANNED in-lamb first cross ewes sold to $310 on AuctionsPlus last week, as the weekly online commercial sheep and lamb offering fell by 20,409 to 30,083 head.
MERINO ewes were in strong demand online last week, as 50,492 sheep and lambs were offered on AuctionsPlus, 2879 more than the previous week.
A tightening in lamb numbers heading into winter contributed to a substantial decline in numbers offered on AuctionsPlus last week.