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Thursday, September 20, 2018

An early call on lamb supply.

By Angus Brown  |  Source: MLA, ABS, ABARES

Spring is here, but the spring lambs are not. We usually start to see lamb slaughter show weekly increases from mid-July through to mid-October. This year all we have seen is slaughter declines. August and September are likely to post their weakest slaughter rates since at least 2009. The question is, how is this going to impact supplies for the rest of the year?

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