By Matt Dalgleish | Source: MLA, NLRS, Ag concepts
A comparison of saleyard prices for lamb and mutton in cents per kilogram to the published over-the-hooks (OTH) prices shows at times there can be a significant difference in the two price series. This analysis looks at the recent patterns in price and spread between saleyard to OTH lamb and mutton and our associated blog article (soon to be released) ponders the reasons why discrepancies, particularly the extreme ones, may exist.
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