Weekly summery of prime beef sales in the northern part of the state
A panel of taste testers, monitored by researchers from University of New England at Armidale, helped progress a new eating standard for veal.
Return of a major supermarket buyer and a southern export processor helped push prices up as much as $13/head for lambs and $16/head in the mutton market.
Larger saleyard offerings are predicted to continue right through to an eventual break in this drought.
The Eastern Young Cattle Indicator jumped nearly seven cents a kilogram (carcase weight) in the past week. It was on 460c/kg on Tuesday.
The overall wool market indicator showed very little change again last week, with a drop of just 7 cents.