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Tuesday, March 05, 2019

Export markets the key to ovine pricing

By Angus Brown  |  Source: MLA, ABS, World Trade Atlas

Up until the mid-noughties the Australian lamb market was largely driven by domestic markets. As such there was a limit to how high prices could go before consumers pushed back and moved to other proteins. Recently we have been hearing lambs is getting too expensive at domestic levels, but it appears there are no such problems in the export area. For growers of lamb and mutton this is especially important.

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