Yelta prices show optimism

By Carla Wiese-Smith
Updated December 18 2015 - 12:26pm, first published October 19 2013 - 4:00am
MARKET LEADERS: Mutooroo Pastoral Company sold nearly 6000 sheep from its Mutooroo, Mulyungarie and Lilydale properties at Yelta off-shears sale. Connections Deborah Boylen, Alex Morgan, William Morgan, Mutooroo managing director James Morgan, Charlotte Boylen, Maxine Loewenthal, Mutooroo manager Adam Lomman, and Lilydale manager Todd Noakes watch the action.
MARKET LEADERS: Mutooroo Pastoral Company sold nearly 6000 sheep from its Mutooroo, Mulyungarie and Lilydale properties at Yelta off-shears sale. Connections Deborah Boylen, Alex Morgan, William Morgan, Mutooroo managing director James Morgan, Charlotte Boylen, Maxine Loewenthal, Mutooroo manager Adam Lomman, and Lilydale manager Todd Noakes watch the action.

CONFIDENCE was high at Yelta off-shears in Victoria on October 9, with young pastoral-bred ewes from Mutooroo Station, Cockburn, making the top price once again, at $167.

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