Corowa Sheep Sale Report

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Report Date: 13th May 2024

Total Yarding: 13,150


Agents penned 1720 less sheep and lambs than last week’s sale. Quality lifted with additional weight available. Three major domestic processor’s were absent with all other processor’s in attendance and operating fully.

Trade lamb’s overall were 6 softer due to lack of competition with a big price spread over the mixed offering. Light and medium trade sold from $91 to $145/head. Heavy trade 23 to 26kg sold from $130 to $175/head to average 665c/kg cwt. Heavy lamb’s were well supplied lifting $5 making from $180 to $199/head. Additional weight was offered in the over 30kg export type lambs with price’s unchanged, lamb’s selling from $212 to $230/head. Light lamb’s sold to processor’s from $54 to $109/head and restocker’s stepping in after some recent rain paying from $74 to $115/head. Merino lamb’s were well supplies with the best trade weight lamb’s making to $118/head.

There was an excellent yarding of mutton with all weight’s and grades available. Most categories sold to dearer trends, heavy Merino ewes lifted up to $9 making from $90 to $130/head and heavy Crossbreds sold up to $113/head. Trade sheep sold from $88 to $92/head.

Caroline Ronald
Market Reporter
Meat and Livestock Australia

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