By Matt Dalgleish | Source: Sources DAWR, ABS, Mecardo
The growth in Australia’s export markets for lamb and mutton are a credit to our local producers and the efforts of Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) in promoting the industry’s produce across diverse offshore markets. However, the tighter supply of recent years combined with increased overseas demand has fueled price gains for both lamb and mutton at the sale yard and this has filtered through to the retail consumer making the traditional lamb roast less common at the dinner table.
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