Lamb carcasses hanging up in chiller© Tim Scrivener
Industry levy bodies have called for views on proposed changes to the standard quality quotation (SQQ) price for prime lambs, which may no longer reflect modern market requirements. The SQQ is an average price for all lambs marketed within predefined weight bands of 25.5kg and 45.5kg. For many years the range has been used as an indicator of market requirements. But those requirements have changed since its introduction and auction market prices now peak at the higher end of the […]
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