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Thursday, October 03, 2013

Aussie lamb exports higher despite patchy shipments to the Middle East

By Augusto Semmelroth  |  Source: DAFF, MLA, NLRS

Higher slaughter rates during September drove lamb prices lower and supported for exports. Australian lamb exports rose 5% month-on-month to 17,114 tonnes swt, mainly on the back of stronger Asian and US imports. Middle Eastern markets were mixed, with total exports to the region down 14% month-on-month.

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