Heavy lambs pack a punch as prices continue to soar across the state

Elka Devney
Helen De Costa
July 11 2024 - 6:45am
Vendor Anthony Stonestreet, Farview, Narromine, with Elders Dubbo agents Mark Burrow and Martin Simmons. Mr Stonestreet sold 140, 36 kilogram, lambs for $300 a head at Dubbo on Monday. Picture by Elka Devney.
Vendor Anthony Stonestreet, Farview, Narromine, with Elders Dubbo agents Mark Burrow and Martin Simmons. Mr Stonestreet sold 140, 36 kilogram, lambs for $300 a head at Dubbo on Monday. Picture by Elka Devney.

Heavy lambs have moved from strength to strength in selling centres across the state as buyer demand pushes prices up $20 a head to above the 800 cents a kilogram mark.

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Elka Devney

Elka Devney

Journalist

Dubbo based journalist covering Central NSW for The Land. Got a yarn? Drop me a line at elka.devney@theland.com.au

Helen De Costa

Helen De Costa

Livestock Writer

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