Thursday, 12 March 2020
By Hannah Clarke
In the week ending 11 March, the GB OSL liveweight SQQ continued its upward trend from the week before, rising by just over 4p to average 242.8p/kg. Throughput stood at 111,700 head, up 4,800 head on the week. Trade is reportedly brisk at the moment, with well-presented lambs attracting premiums.
In the week ending 7 March, the GB OSL deadweight SQQ plateaued, rising by just 0.6p to average 530.9p/kg. Despite this, the price is still around £1 above the same week last year and the five-year average. Estimated slaughter was up 3,800 head on the week at 208,000 head, with numbers still down on the same point last year.
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