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Australian cattle market passes crossroads
For the first time in three years, Australian cattle prices are now lower than year-ago levels, and production is higher, resulting in downward pressure on the market that is expected to continue throughout 2017. This is one of a number of revisions to 2017 projections included in MLA's cattle industry projections...
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Lamb prices bounce back
At the close of today’s markets, eastern states lamb saleyard supply had increased 40,000 head week-on-week, to 166,859 head. This week saw quality improve across the majority of saleyards, with the appearance of young lambs at Dubbo, Forbes and Wagga. Demand increased at Bendigo...
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US imported beef prices drift lower
The US imported beef market moved lower this week on the back of limited offerings from overseas packers and a reluctance from US end users to cover forward positions. The imported 90CL beef indicator eased 3US¢ from week-ago levels, to 219.0.US¢/lb CIF (down 14A¢, to 615.39A¢/kg CIF)...
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