Numbers came back on the previous sale at the Ouyen, Vic, Livestock Exchange yesterday, while lamb prices were firm to $15 cheaper.
There were 3362 head yarded - 2709 lambs and 653 mutton.
Crossbred lambs suitable for export made $190-$235 or $6.80 a kilogram to $7.50/kg; trade lambs made $145-$210 ($7.20-$8/kg) and light lambs sold at $106-$151.
W Schultz, Mittyack, Vic, sold 43 crossbred at $235, while J&A Frankle, Patchewollock, Vic, had 60 sold at $233.
WAYMEL, Ouyen, had 54 make $230 and a run of 53 from G Munro, Ouyen, made $222.
ALB Farming, Tempy, Vic, sold 35 at $221 while MUT, Tempy, and A&H Jackson, Patchewollock, each received $220 for a run of 71 and 48 respectively.
Lighter Merino lambs made $117-$163 while the heavier offering made $150-$220 or $6.50-$7.40/kg.
PD&LM Symonds, Taplan, topped the offering with 42 at $220, while B Frankle, Patchewollock, sold 47 at $214.
Serenity Holdings, Meringur, Vic, sold 32 Dorper lambs at $193.
Mutton held largely firm, with the lighter offering making $114-$170 or $6.50-$7.20/kg and heavier pens at $170-$221 or $6.20-$7/kg.
LJ&RC Plant, Annuello, Vic, had a run of 30 make $221 while another 68 from the same vendor sold at $221.
N Rowney, Gama, Vic, sold 43 at $183.
The next Ouyen market will be on June 23.
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