NUMBERS decreased with both lamb and mutton showing the fall.
FALLING lamb supplies continued as a smaller offering were penned.
THERE was a slight decrease in numbers and quality was quite good.
Document: Wagga Wagga
THERE was an increase in both sheep and lamb numbers with the usual buying group in attendance.
LAMB numbers were marginally higher and contained several very good heavy lambs.
A SLIGHTLY smaller mixed-quality yarding of shorn crossbred lambs.
A SMALLER penning of lambs included an excellent heavy and extra heavy mainly shorn lambs.
LAMB numbers decreased with limited processors competition.
NUMBERS jumped with both lamb and mutton showing the increase.
THERE was a moderate increase in numbers and quality was mixed.
Document: Wagga Wagga
BOTH sheep and lamb numbers remained steady with the usual buying group in attendance.
THERE was a smaller penning of lambs with another excellent offering.
THERE was a larger mixed quality yarding.
THERE was a larger penning of lambs following a two week break.
SHEEP and lamb numbers increased in a good quality yarding.
LAMB numbers lifted with the yarding containing several good to very good heavier trade.
THERE was a smaller reasonably good quality yarding.
LAMB numbers further decreased and only a few buyers attended.
THERE was a decline in numbers and quality was mixed.
BOTH sheep and lamb numbers fell in a good quality offering.
LAMB numbers fell and quality remained good.
THERE was a smaller, quite mixed quality yarding.
LAMB numbers lifted and quality improved over all the trade and export categories.
NUMBERS fell slightly this sale and quality continued to be mixed.
AN exceptionally small offering of only 816 lambs were yarded.
THERE was a moderated decline in numbers and quality was mixed.
LAMB numbers increased in a very comprehensive selection that included all weights and grades.
A LARGER yarding containing mainly shorn crossbred and Merino lambs sold to steady trade.
LAMB numbers dropped following the previous weeks cheaper price trends.
LAMB numbers lifted and the quality was plainer with more secondary lambs offered.
SHEEP producers should develop Regional Biosecurity Plans as part of a new OJD Management Plan.
Document: Sheep Statement
SHEEP exporters to Kuwait will be required to employ supply chain officers.
THIS is the first time fifth-generation farmer Andrew Broom has had to hand-feed 50 abandoned lambs.
Pictures: Dry times continue
THERE'S been a lift in the lamb and sheep market today as processor fears of a winter shortfall take hold.
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