Mutton demand stronger

By Holly McAlister
Updated December 31 2015 - 10:54am, first published March 23 2012 - 4:00am
Victorian agents Graeme Miller, Elders Bendigo, and Neil Cooper, Elders Ararat, were very active on the 1½- to two-year-old Merino wethers at the Deniliquin store sale last Friday.
Victorian agents Graeme Miller, Elders Bendigo, and Neil Cooper, Elders Ararat, were very active on the 1½- to two-year-old Merino wethers at the Deniliquin store sale last Friday.

AUSTRALIAN mutton producers are reaping the benefits of increasing global demand and low New Zealand supply despite the effect of the high Australian dollar on the export market.

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