By Nathan Denny | Source: DAWR, MLA, RBA, Mecardo
Lamb export volumes have been in decline since peaking in May this year. The September release of trade figures from the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources (DAWR) shows that lamb exports have fallen for the fourth month in a row. This piece looks at price and supply factors to see what is behind the slump in volumes.
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