Lamb prices keep boiling up despite higher yarding numbers

Vernon Graham
Updated February 19 2020 - 2:04pm, first published 10:00am
HAPPY DAYS: John Hyland, Peter Milling and Company, with Scott Carney, Strathbeg, Arthurville, near Wellington, with with the last of his heavy prime lambs which fetched $270 a head at Dubbo on Monday.
HAPPY DAYS: John Hyland, Peter Milling and Company, with Scott Carney, Strathbeg, Arthurville, near Wellington, with with the last of his heavy prime lambs which fetched $270 a head at Dubbo on Monday.

Saleyard lamb prices have continued to boil up amid growing fears some processors may struggle with supply shortages and high prices in coming months.

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Vernon Graham

Vernon Graham

National machinery and property writer

Former editor of The Land, former Fairfax Media Agricultural Editor

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