By Angus Brown | Source: NLRS
In last week’s cattle article we took a look at what continued dry weather in NSW, Victoria and SA might mean for cattle markets as we move through the winter. There are plenty of sheep producers out there wondering the same thing, but on the lamb and mutton front. With sheep and lamb at close to record levels, how much is being risked by holding onto them?
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