PRICES dropped even further at Ouyen Livestock Exchange in Vic on Thursday, with crossbred lambs $15 to $30 cheaper than the previous sale.
A total of 4752 head were offered - an increase on the 3721-head yarding at the July sale.
Suckers made from $138-$162 or $6.20-$6.80 a kilogram, while older crossbred lambs sold from $140-$170 ($5-$5.50/kg).
G&M Nicholl, Underbool, Vic, sold the top crossbred suckers - 17 at $162, while G&P Burns, Tempy, Vic, sold the 25 older crossbred lambs at $170.
CROSS BRED SUCKER LAMBS
J, R&J Morrish, Tiega, Vic, sold 71 crossbred sucker lambs at $157 and another 52 at $154, while DJ Kay, Ouyen, sold 58 at $156.
Waymel, Ouyen, sold 67 crossbred sucker lambs at $150 while G&R Vine, Ouyen, sold 57 at $150 and 37 older lambs at $165.
E&S Francis, Mindarie, sold 49 crossbred sucker lambs at $149; D&J Jonasson, Cowangie, Vic, sold 23 also at $149; while T&S Monaghan, Tempy, sold 28 at $149.
N&F Hamilton, Timberoo, sold 32 older crossbred lambs at $169, while CL Winslow, Underbool, sold 55 at $166.
Oakridge, Yarrara, Vic, sold 15 older crossbred lambs at $156, as did C&R Lockett, Underbool, with 59 head.
Heavy Merinos sold from $132-$149, while lighter types made $114-$132.
Heavy mutton attracted $114-$145, while light lots received $76-$110.
Dorper lambs were also offered, with P&B Ireland, Pinnaroo, selling 23 at $156; Para Group, Wentworth, NSW, sold 103 at $146; and T Inglis, Pinnaroo, sold 22 at $146.
The next Ouyen sale is scheduled for Thursday, August 20.
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