More than 35,000 ewes were yared and sold at a Deniliquin special sheep sale.January 15, 2014 11:00am
The Deniliquin special sheep sale saw 35,000 ewes yarded and sold at the Deniliquin Saleyards on Friday.
Stock included first BL Merino cross 2013 drop lambs that sold to a top of $164, with the middle run selling from $110 to $115.
Younger lambs sold from $70 to $90, with 1 year olds to $175, 2 year olds from $134 to $160 and 3 to 4 year old ewes from $80 to $118.
Merino ewes from the June/July 2012 drop, Yanko bred and blood, and September shorn sold to $162. Somerset bred and blood, April shorn sold for $141.
Other Merino ewes in the 2012 drop sold for $130 to $142.
Scanned in lamb was to Meat Rams to $140 with others $80 to $118.
Depastured Merino ewes sold for $70 to $110.
Merino ewes, 6 years with Merino lambs of foot sold for $61.
Buyers came from Millicent in South Australia, Nhill, Ballarat, Bendigo, Wagga Wagga, Albury, Finley, Benalla, Yarrawonga, Shepparton, Echuca, Kerang along with local buying competition.
~ Details supplied by Ian Geddes & Co on behalf of Deniliquin Associated Agents.
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