Griffith Sheep Sale Report

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Report Date: 19th April 2024

Total Yarding: 8,100


Lamb numbers eased and the quality was good. There was a very good run of Dorper trade lambs along with a few heavy weights. There was the usual line up of hard fed heavy and extra heavy crossbreds. The market followed a similar trend to last week, easing on the light and secondary lambs. The trade weights were $4 to $6 cheaper and heavy and extra heavy crossbreds were very close to firm.

Light lambs to restockers sold from $46 to $76/head. The secondary lambs to feed sold to $138/head. Trade Dorpers ranged from $131 to $152/head averaging 625c to 645c/kg. The heavy lambs sold from $179 to $208 and extra heavy lambs over 30kg cwt received $199 to $230/head and averaged 685c/kg.

Mutton numbers also eased and the quality was fair to good. Prices were $15 to $20/head cheaper. Light ewes reached $50/head. The medium weights sold from $46 to $67 and heavy crossbred ewes reached $93/head. Most averaged from 230c to 260c/kg cwt.

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