- Indicator Prices
- Indicator Prices
Tallow prices performing well
year for Australian offal products. All tallow prices firmed in July, with the price of 1% FFA tallow averaging $973/tonne, up $49/tonne ... $49/tonne from June and $131/tonne above year-ago levels. The price of 2% FFA tallow averaged $963/tonne, up $41/tonne compared
Heavy lamb prices fall
subdued foodservice demand have underpinned easing heavy lamb prices. Despite tight supply, evidenced by the 28% year-on-year decline ... Domestically, favourable conditions have continued to uphold prices, with increased feed availability causing a higher retention
Cattle prices hold steady
finished cattle largely keeping prices stable on the week prior. Across all states, finished cattle prices remain above year-ago levels ... with domestic conditions still providing overriding support to prices. Unlike the young cattle market, which has seen a northern premium
Yardings spike hits prices
cattle yardings last week, resulting in downward pressure on prices, with the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) sharply back ... cattle yardings last week, resulting in downward pressure on prices, with the Eastern Young Cattle Indicator (EYCI) sharply back
Cattle grid prices climb
21¢ this week, to 496¢ and 491¢/kg cwt respectively. Since the price correction at the beginning of March, cows have gained momentum ... 937 head last week, supporting the increase in over-the-hook prices. However, the expectation for cattle supplies to tighten further
Slaughter rises, prices waver
recorded across most of the key supply regions and saleyard lamb prices were higher than where they are now, enticing producers. In ... lower than last week, and fell 23¢ year-on-year, to 605¢/kg cwt Prices over the remainder of winter will be largely dependent on whether
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. At the close of today’s markets, ... cwt at the close of markets today. Sheep Lamb prices bounce back Lamb prices bounce back
Demand drives US prices
beef demand in the US is driving up domestic and imported beef prices. What does this mean for Australian exports? Key points: Strong ... cattle and beef prices higher, which in turn has buoyed the short to medium term outlook for imported beef prices. Underpinned by
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