Store sheep© Tim Scrivener
Store lamb trade is strong as the sale season gears up for its peak. Store prices at £6 to £8 a head higher than last year are supported by a firm finished trade which in turn continues to benefit from the weaker pound. While many farmers and auctioneers say lamb throughputs have been heavy and that numbers will get tighter through autumn, AHDB cautions that the England census showed 1% more lambs on farm in June than last year and […]
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