CROSSBRED lambs sold to either side of firm on last market at the Ouyen Livestock Exchange in Vic yesterday.
Overall, 5024 lambs and 572 mutton were offered, totalling 5596.
Export crossbred lambs sold to $265 (or $6.90-$7.50/kg), with G Munro, Ouyen, selling the 58 at $265, plus another 78 at $238..
Trade lambs sold from $140-$193 ($7.40-$7.80/kg), while store/lighter types made $92-$140.
BA&TM Jolly, Speed, sold 40 crossbred lambs at $246, while W Schultz, Mittyack, received $245 for 47.
MUT, Tempy, sold 39 crossbred lambs at $243, while D&J Jonasson, Cowangie, sold 25 at $238.
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Heavy Merino lambs sold from $190-$230 (700-750c/kg), while lighter types made $103-$166.
Wegner Bros, Karoonda, received the $230 top for 166 head, while, A& L Jackson, Patchewollock, sold 77 at $213.
Heavy mutton was firm to $15 dearer, making $150-$210 (550-600c/kg), while light mutton was firm from $94-$147.
M&L O'Connor, Broken Hill, sold 20 mutton at $210, while AE Lambert, Pooncarie, sold 23 at $180.
Dorper lambs were also offered, with WK&CA Filsell, Coonalpyn, selling 39 at $185, plus 40 Dorper mutton at $177, while WMD Small, Geranium, sold 152 Dorper mutton at $196.
The next Ouyen sale will be on June 9.
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