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Sheep, Wool & Goats

1 October, 2020

Lambs returning to paddock make $210 at Warwick

Along with the larger numbers at the Warwick Saleyards, the overall quality of the yarding also improved, which reflected in price increases.


Warwick Sheep Sale

NUMBERS increased to 1,621 at Warwick, this included 1,173 lambs and 448 grown sheep. 

Along with the larger numbers the overall quality of the yarding also improved, which reflected in price increases. 

The usual panel of processors, wholesalers, butchers and restockers was present and operating. 

Sucker lambs reduced in numbers and sold to $175. 

Light weight trade lambs lifted in price by $13, and sold to $190 to average $170. 

Heavy weight trade lambs in larger numbers made to $190 to improve by $23, and averaged $179. 

Score 3 hoggets sold to $180 and gained $16 to average $146. 

Heavy weight score 3 ewes made to $158, with dorper ram lambs returning to the paddock at $210.

 Ewes and lambs made to $275 per unit.


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