It was another record breaking week at the Edenhope saleyards, with the highest price ever, $174, paid for first cross wether lambs.
Well presented first cross wether lambs made good money at Edenhope yesterday, with the top price $174.
Edenhope held the national record for ewe prices for mere hours but it retains the highest price in Victoria, with prices to $388.
Lamb prices in the north were boosted by the prediction of rain, with buyer competition intensifying against a shortage of numbers at southern selling centres.
Prices for lambs are reflecting supply and seasonal conditions in different production areas, leading to mixed trends.