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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

At least some of the ovine price rise passed to export markets

By Angus Brown  |  Source: MLA, Global Trade

Volume and price converged to push export values past the $250 million mark in April, and the appetite for lamb has not waned. Lamb export values hit a new record high in April and in June the unit value headed towards record highs. Meanwhile, mutton values seemed to have come up against a ceiling when broken down into ¢/kg but also broke higher in June, hitting new highs.

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